The Causes And Treatment Of Shivering Are Great After Caesarean Section?
When I gave birth to my child and had Previa placenta and I was required to give birth in a SC. When a SC operation was performed and in the end I was shivering so cold that I felt my head’s brain freeze very strong. This is the doctor’s AP factor, because I use BPJS medicines because I ask the SC that their personal costs don’t feel shivering. Please help answer the doctor, because I was pregnant with twins and I was afraid when the SC shivered LG like SC my first child. Thank you doctor 🙏
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Shivering that is quite severe during cesarean section is often not a serious condition. This complaint can occur due to the influence of temperature in the operating room which is generally indeed set to be cooler. Your condition is minimal (only covered by surgical clothing) can make this cold feel more intense so that you will experience chills. Of course, one's vulnerability to respond to these cold temperatures can vary.
Not only that, chills from cold during cesarean section can also occur due to other reasons, such as side effects of anesthesia or other drugs given, infections in surgical scars, anemia, side effects of blood transfusion (usually done in people who have lost a lot of blood during surgery ), excessive fear, other viral or bacterial infections, and so on. This condition is most likely not related to the health insurance you provide. Medical personnel and health facilities will continue to provide professionally appropriate therapy to each patient, regardless of the insurance status used. The differences in the types of drugs or medical actions taken are generally adjusted to the condition of the patient concerned. If any medication or other medical treatment needs to be given that is not covered by insurance, medical personnel or health facilities will generally communicate it to patients to discuss the best solution.
Our advice, you don't need to worry too much about your condition. Excessive worries actually have the potential to cause your complaints to recur in your next delivery. Always carry out routine control of your womb with your doctor and obstetrician so that you and your fetus in your womb are known, as well as the best possible method of delivery. Indeed, most likely, in mothers who have multiple fetuses, especially having a history of previous cesarean section, labor will be re-cesarean. However, it can be done differently depending on the condition of your pregnancy. Therefore, entrust the best treatment to doctors and obstetricians who treat you huh ...
I hope this helps.