The Cause Of Intestinal Constriction In The Fetus?
Afternoon, I’m elis 23 years old. 2 yrs ago I was pregnant with a twin by my son’s cesarean delivery 22. He died because of one that did not develop in the stomach, the other one had lived 3 days ago and then died because there was an intestinal constriction.? I want to ask what caused the narrowing of the intestine.? And can I get pregnant again after a 2-year cesarean section? Thank you, please reply 👃
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Narrowing of the intestine is actually not a standard term for a disease that is used in the medical realm. However, this condition may refer to Crohn's disease (inflammation of the digestive tract). Crohn's disease is known to cause the intestine to narrow through two main mechanisms, namely due to inflammation that causes the walls of the digestive tract to swell and also due to the formation of scar tissue in the walls of the gastrointestinal tract due to prolonged inflammation. This narrowing of the intestine needs special attention and immediate treatment so it does not develop into a total blockage that is dangerous, even life threatening. It is not yet clear what exactly triggers this inflammation and narrowing in newborns. However, genetic factors (heredity) and immune system disorders allegedly play a role in this regard. Because the cause is unclear, it is also unknown prevention steps that can be taken so that similar conditions do not recur in subsequent pregnancies.
After undergoing a cesarean section, it is advisable to pause with the next pregnancy after at least 2 years. Therefore, at this time you certainly can return to the pregnancy program. However, this can vary depending on your current health condition. Therefore, in order to get back to carrying out a more optimal pregnancy program, you and your partner should first check yourself together to the doctor or obstetrician, right?
I hope this helps.