When Is The Right Time To Plan For Pregnancy After A Cesarean Section?
Afternoon, I am 31 years old. On December 17, I underwent SC surgery for 7 months due to polyhydramnios. Babies born are not safe. If I want to start promil now, is it permissible? Because in the past 6 months I have already taken birth control and menstruated regularly, when should I go to the spog to check myself whether during menstruation or to wait for it to finish? Prev earlier 🙏
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Actually there is no rigid time benchmark for how long a woman must wait before she returns to pregnancy, regardless of whether her previous pregnancy is safe or not and whether the previous pregnancy was cesarean or normal.
The numbers that you might know are more about suggestions. For example, someone might mention the 6-month delay, it is more awaiting the physical and mental readiness of the mother to get pregnant again, while focusing more on breastfeeding her baby. Maybe some say 2 years, it's because the pregnancy is too close, the potential for abnormalities can be higher. But all this is not absolute. There are mothers who are only 9 months apart or even less than the previous pregnancy, and the pregnancy is normal and the child survives without lacking anything.
Especially in your case, more than a year has passed. It shouldn't be a problem if you want to get pregnant again. The matter of when you want to see a gynecologist, you should wait until you are late for menstruation about 7-10 weeks in advance.
Meanwhile, all you need to do is maintain a healthy lifestyle by staying away from smoking, maintaining ideal body weight, avoiding stress and alcohol, exercising regularly according to your ability and getting enough rest. So, hopefully answering your question.