The Waist Often Aches After 2 Weeks Of Local Anesthesia During Childbirth?
in my second pregnancy through the vbac process 2 weeks I gave birth normally … at the opening of 5 I asked the doctor to do an epidural and rarely I often feel lumbago which is extremely painful what is the influence of the epidural?
hello mom .. thanks for the question ..
The VBAC (vaginal birth after Caesarean) process is a normal vaginal delivery after having a history of previous cesarean section. This selection of normal childbirth must certainly have been discussed and planned well by pregnant women, husbands, families, and of course with the treating doctor because remembering VBAC has many side effects such as the opening of previous caesarean incisions, bleeding, uterine rupture, birth complications to life-threatening . VBAC is currently the choice of many pregnant women. in the process of giving birth to the norm, of course it causes great pain so that many pregnant women ask for injections to provide minimal pain for example epidural injections. epidurals are local anesthetics that cause certain parts to become numb and not completely lose consciousness. epidurals are best done when the opening is 4 or 5 cm. the benefits of using an epidural are:
pelvic muscles will be weak so that the contraction process is lighter both for pregnant women who have high blood pressure, because epidurals can cause blood pressure to decrease because of reduced pain so the labor process will be calmer and not panic, the mother will remain conscious. but taking an epidural also has the risk of:
drugs can cause numb effects that make it difficult to experience contractions during labor, so drugs should be given to trigger contractions can reduce blood pressure so that blood pressure must be monitored for the mother can cause symptoms of nausea, ringing in the ears, headaches, back pain and back pain and back / parts which was injected. difficulty urinating to ensure the complaints you experience, you should consult a doctor for a physical examination, ultrasound examination and in order to get the right treatment. things you can do are avoid strenuous activities, take pain relievers such as paracetamol if necessary, consume healthy and nutritious food, drink enough, get enough rest, don't delay checking with your doctor.
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