What are the side effects of a cesarean delivery

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 Cesarean section side effects

Cesarean delivery is a very safe procedure, but it may have some side effects and risks The chance of these harmful to the mother and fetus during and after cesarean surgery is high In some cases the delivery is not always normal, but that doesn't mean it's dangerous or something to be afraid of depends on a lot of factors, including the mother's health and how the doctor decides to do so


What are the side effects of a cesarean delivery



Maternal damage


Cesarean delivery is considered major surgery, and it may result in some harm to the mother, including the following:


  • Infection or infection of the operation wound is common after undergoing a cesarean section and may cause various symptoms such as swelling and swelling of the wound, redness, and discharge from the wound, and increased pain at the site of the operation
  • Endometrial infections are common and may cause various symptoms, such as heavy bleeding, fever, abnormal vaginal discharge, and abdominal pain.
  • The appearance of side effects of some medications used during surgery can interfere with the patient's ability to feel pain
  • It is important to be open to other people's points of view
  • When breastfeeding problems arise after a cesarean section, it is important to consult a healthcare professional The mother may also need to take extra precautions to breastfeed successfully
  • Having a cesarean section may increase the risk of DVT, which can lead to blood clots in the pelvic organs and legs The mother may have a pulmonary embolism, which can be life-threatening
  • Surgical injury during cesarean delivery is rare and may occur to the intestines or bladder. In some cases, additional surgery may be required.
  • Amniotic fluid embolism is a rare condition that can occur during or immediately after a difficult childbirth. In this case, a portion of the amniotic fluid that surrounds the fetus travels into the mother's blood and travels toward her lungs. This can narrow the lung's arteries, leading to complications such as respiratory distress syndrome. (RDS) Health problems such as increased heart rate and heart attack may occur if a person has an arrhythmia
  • Urinary tract infection or infection 
  • Infection or inflammation of the uterus.
  • Delayed return to bowel function.
  • Difficulty urinating



Damage in upcoming loads


When you are trying to solve a problem, it is often best to start by trying to understand both sides of the discussion. This will make it much easier to come to a solution that everyone agrees on. A cesarean section may be necessary again in certain circumstances, and it is not uncommon for there to be some harm or effects on an upcoming pregnancy.

Placenta previa is more likely to occur with an increase in the number of cesarean deliveries

Fetal damage


A cesarean delivery does not increase the chance or risk of rare serious complications for the baby during delivery. However, some side effects may occur as a result of cesarean delivery, such as brain hemorrhage or nerve injury.


  • A minor wound that heals quickly is a common occurrence during childbirth
  • the fact that the mother underwent anesthesia during a cesarean section; may affect the activity and movement of the baby after birth
  • If the mother has transient tachypnea (abnormally rapid and shallow breathing), you should see a medical professional This can be especially important during the first few days of the baby's life



Stillbirth 


  • It is always good to have more than one perspective on an issue
  • When it comes to conflict it is always a good idea to try to listen first that way you can tell what the other person is really trying to say
  • Take the medicines prescribed to the mother regularly.
  • Follow your healthcare professional's recommendations regarding daily activities and diet before and after your C-section if necessary
  • increased pain
  • bleeding
  • wound swelling
  • fever.
  • Exudate from the wound.
  • wound redness;
  • Tell your healthcare professional if you have any type of allergy