The Right Age For A Cesarean Delivery When Suffering From Hepatitis?
Good evening .. r nI want to ask .. r nI am currently suffering from hepatitis and the virus is still developing .. r nAnd I have to undergo cesarean surgery during childbirth .. r n Now my womb is 36 weeks 4 days .. r nI ask what age of the womb is right for the operation .. r nWhile the position of my baby’s head has entered the pelvis ..
Caesarean section is an act of delivery that can be performed for several conditions, such as fetal distress, preeclampsia, head and pelvic disproportion, the mother has an infection that can be transmitted to the fetus, the placenta closes the birth canal, the fetus is breech, and sometimes some pregnant women really want a cesarean delivery.
Generally, a scheduled caesarean section will be performed by doctors taking into account the condition of the fetus and mother. Caesarean section can be done when the fetus's lungs are mature so that the fetus can live outside the mother's body, usually when it's enough months around 37-40 weeks or if the fetus weighs 2500 grams. However, if there is a serious condition in the fetus or mother, surgery can be accelerated to save lives and minimize complications.
In this case, the one who better understands your condition and the fetus is the doctor who examines you. Therefore I suggest that you return to control 1 week after the last control and discuss with your obstetrician about the condition of the fetus and the schedule of caesarean section that is most suitable for your condition.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y