The Possibility Of Giving Birth Is Normal If The Baby Is Breech?
.. from the age of 6 months of pregnancy, my baby’s position is breech .. r nbut still think that the baby will still rotate .. r nUntil now my pregnancy is 36 weeks old, and my baby’s position is still breech despite all kinds My efforts have included frequent waiting .. r n r nThe doctor also informed me that there is a possible deformity of the uterus of the liver that keeps the baby from moving to the birth canal .. r nDoctors recommend doing a cesarean this week .. r n r nI still haven’t made a decision because my pregnancy is still 36 weeks .. r nIf I take the decision to postpone cesarean delivery until there are normal contractions, is it dangerous? r n r nHow good is it for the condition What are the risks? r n
Hello, Nurhafizhah VZa, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
A breech pregnancy that does not turn into the fetal head at the bottom can be affected by the shape and size of the uterus. The uterus is normally shaped like a pear. Shapes other than pears can include uterine deformities, for example a heart-shaped uterus (bicornuate uterus), arcuate uterus, septate uterus (inside the uterus there is a block of muscle or other connective tissue), and so on. Deformity of the uterus and its size can increase the occurrence of premature labor (before its normal time) and premature rupture of the membranes, because the space in the uterus is increasingly being pushed aside by the development of the baby so that excessive stretching of the uterus can trigger labor. In addition, uterine deformities can make it difficult for the fetus to turn into a head-down position. For this reason, most obstetricians will recommend performing a C-section.
Doctors suggest Caesarean section may have weighed the benefits and risks. The risk that can occur when waiting for contractions is pain, and even though there is an estimate of the speed of the delivery process (from contractions, rupture of the membranes, blood mucus, to the opening of the uterus), the speed of the delivery process can vary greatly depending on the health condition of the mother and the fetus. What is worrying is if the birth process occurs sooner than expected so that the baby is ready to be born, while babies with a breech position are more at risk if they are born normally (although in some circumstances it can be done).
For that, talk again with your obstetrician, husband, and your family about this. You should also be aware of the signs of labor, such as bleeding from the vagina, rupture of the membranes, and contractions that get stronger over time. If you feel any signs of labor, seek medical help immediately.
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