The Uterus Is Almost Torn During Childbirth?
Hello … 1 month ago I just operated on Cesar the ‘2, and 3 years ago I was the first CS child, actually I want VBAC because the amniotic fluid has broken the doctor gave 4 hours’ time to decide on CS again. My question … can I contract? if you wait for 1×24 hr ruptured amniotic fluid? When the surgery goes, the doctor says my uterus is almost torn, what is the cause of that?
Hello N'ti, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Normal VBAC or delivery in patients with a history of caesarean section (SC) is only recommended if based on examination and calculation of VBAC scoring by obstetricians it is possible to do it.
If the results of the examination and calculation do not meet the requirements, then the risk of uterine tears as you almost experienced is very likely to occur due to postoperative SC, the uterus becomes more vulnerable to tears.
Contractions after rupture of the membranes will certainly occur because the rupture of the membranes will stimulate the uterus to contract, and generally will immediately appear after the rupture of the membranes occurs without the need to wait up to 24 hours.
Long and strong contractions in the post-SC uterus plus scoring results that do not allow the implementation of VBAC, if left very dangerous and can indeed cause uterine tears due to the progress of labor that can not occur but make the uterus contract even stronger and eventually experience tears due to coercion .
If you plan to get pregnant again in the future, it is strongly recommended to ensure the condition of your uterus and fetus as you approach the day of delivery to take into account all the risks that can occur and also the most appropriate way of giving birth based on your previous pregnancy and childbirth history.
I hope this helps.