What Is The Greater Risk Of Ischemic Stroke In A Normal Or Caesarean Delivery?
My first pregnancy, I had a post-Caesarean ischemic stroke, apparently because every pregnancy, I became hyperthyroid, hyperagregrasitrombosit, and hypertension during pregnancy 9 months / before birth. now I am pregnant again, and all that hyper-hyper is repeated again, but because while I was given PTU and Ascardia drugs, now I have returned to normal at 7 months of age, which I want to ask … With my history like that, the birth that at least brings the risk of ischemic stroke whether by caesarean section again or normal? (if up to 9 months there are no more clinical conditions)
Hello Mrs.BebeSarah thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. If it is traced from the past history then the possibility for the recurrence of the condition is quite large, therefore it is right if your doctor gives snacks in the form of medicines that you have previously delivered. If the current condition is fine and there is no effect on your fetus, it is not impossible to have a normal birth.
It's just that because you have experienced the birth process through the Sectio Caesaria (SC) method then that is what is considered as the choice for the SC method again when going to labor later. Ischemic stroke that occurs is not actually due to the selected SC method but the effect of the condition of the body when experiencing hyperthyroidism, hyperagregasitrombosit and emergence of pregnancy hypertension conditions. Here we submit some considerations for SC operations, including:
the fetus lacks adequate oxygen and nutrition
mother has a sexually transmitted infection or HIV
at the time of childbirth experiencing excessive bleeding or congestion
mother experiences high blood pressure during pregnancy (preeclampsia)
placenta previa / placental position too low
fetal position is abnormal and does not allow normal labor
the fetal umbilical cord comes out through the uterine door or the umbilical cord is compressed by the uterus when contracting
history of previous SC operations
multiple / twin pregnancy
Thus we can convey, hopefully our information can be useful for you. thanks.