Why Should I Have A Caesarean Section When The Urine Is Positive With Protein?
Tonight .. 5 months ago I was born with a cesarean section. At the beginning, my blood pressure was high, my urine tested positive. 2 days .. The muless taste didn’t hold but the opening didn’t go up .. Please answer dokk ??
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Sectio Caesarea (SC) is an operation performed by making an incision in the abdominal wall and uterus to remove the fetus. This action must be done by an obstetrician for the indication (cause of action). In general, an SC will be performed if a normal delivery cannot be performed or if there is a special request from the mother.
The following will be discussed in more detail regarding the indications of SC actions, namely:
1. Indicative mother
- CPD (cephalopelvic disproportion), the size of the diameter of the fetal head larger than the birth canal.
- Narrow pelvis.
- Mother's height is less than 150 cm.
- Placental abnormality, which is the lower placenta that covers the birth canal and placental solution.
- Pregnancy complications, namely preeclampsia and eclampsia.
- Mothers with heart disease, diabetes, asthma, hyperthyroidism, HIV and hepatitis B.
- There are problems in the birth canal, such as uterine myomas, uterine polyps, vaginal varicose veins and others.
- Mother's request.
- Previous history of poor maternal pregnancy.
- SC history 2 times.
- There is a possibility of uterine rupture.
- Failed induction and does not meet the criteria for vacuum and forceps.
- Failed vacum and forceps.
2. Fetal indications
- Fetal distress.
- Abnormalities of the location of the fetus (latitude and breech).
- the umbilical cord is inflated.
From what the mother said, it seems that preeclampsia and failed induction were the reason doctors chose to give birth to a SC in the mother. Preeclampsia is a pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure accompanied by protein in the urine.
For the exact reason of course the doctor who checks and takes action knows. You can ask the doctor in question.
Thus hopefully useful.