Swollen Feet During Pregnancy?

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Hi.

Delivery can be done normally through the birth canal (vaginal) or by caesarean section. Indications for caesarean section consist of various circumstances.

Swollen feet is a normal thing that occurs during pregnancy, especially if the gestational age is quite advanced. Swollen feet do not always cause abnormalities.

But swollen feet during pregnancy can be caused by several conditions such as:

preeclampsia, impaired kidney function, impaired heart function, if you only experience swollen feet without other abnormalities, then this is not an indication for a caesarean section.

Some indications that may require surgery such as:

severe preeclampsia, abnormalities in the location and position of the fetus, placenta previa, severe heart defects, therefore, to determine the right delivery process for you, you should consult an obstetrician directly, so that the doctor can examine your condition directly first.

the following article you can read about Caesarean section

may be useful. Thank you

dr. Danny

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