What Are The Signs Of A Normal Birth And Cesarean Delivery?
Good afternoon sorry for interfering with my doctor’s activities. I want to ask what’s the difference between Caesar and normal delivery? And what is the sign of a brownish birth as well as possible?
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Normal labor is labor from the vagina, while caesarean delivery (or shortly called SC) is labor by surgery, which means a division in the abdomen and uterus to remove the baby from the uterus. If there are no particular complications in pregnancy, the doctor will always recommend and seek delivery from the vagina. SC will only be done if there are certain indications, for example there is a history of previous SC, the baby is too large compared to the size of the pelvic door, fetal disturbances, etc. A woman must prepare herself for any method of delivery (normal or SC), because even in the middle of a normal delivery, sometimes an emergency SC can be needed (for example, because the baby has sudden fetal distress). Therefore, always discuss your delivery method with the obstetrician who treats you and follow the advice of your obstetrician regarding the delivery method that is most suitable for your condition.
Brownish sign do you mean whether the appearance of spots? You have to explain further how old is your pregnancy? A few days to several weeks before delivery occurs, indeed the woman can experience mucus and blood from her vagina (or also called a bloody show). This bloody show can occur because the cervix has undergone a slight opening so that the mucus layer that covers the cervix will come out along with a little blood. Again, even though this indicates a slight opening in the cervix, this does not indicate that labor is imminent. If this brownish spots occur when you are still far enough from the time of your delivery (still far from 40 weeks), then you should check with your obstetrician to make sure the spots are not caused by something dangerous (such as placenta previa or vasa previa, infection vagina, etc.).
The following are some of the symptoms and signs that you need to pay attention to:
Excessive amount of blood from the vagina There are labor contractions (contractions that feel stronger and more frequent and do not disappear with activity or rest) which occurs more than 1 minute and is 4-5 minutes apart and this has been going on for 1-2 hours Occurring rupture of membranes (with or without contractions) There is severe abdominal pain and the stomach feels stiff / continuous cramps Baby movements are reduced (baby movements less than 10 times in 2 hours) If you experience the things above, you should immediately go to the hospital.
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