Thursday, December 29, 2011

Why Csection?Yang Pasti Bukan Suka2

Czer lagi & lagi dan lagi. Saja buat topik ni sbb ada sekelompok manusia yang berfikiran agak tak terbuka & ayat kasarnya, agak jahil. Masih ada lagi yang berpendapat orang yang czer nih saja suka2, takde nikmat beranak biasa..ntah2 byk dosa tu yg tak bley beranak. ish apa lah. Kalau kat spital gomen, memang bukan priority dorang tuk buat czer ni. Bayangkan, sangat costly, dorang pun takde la ngek sangat elok2 normal nak paksa czer yang bayar less than rm250 jer walhal costnya dlm 6k-7k yer dgn equipment & kepakaran doctor yg digunakan dlm OT tu. 

Boleh juga refer topik yang hampir sama kat sini  "what-to-expect-when-u-deliver-baby" tuk apa yang perlu dijangkakan bila nak beranak. 

Okay, Ilmu time!!!..

Cesarean delivery - also known as a C-section - is a surgical procedure used to deliver a baby through an incision in the mother's abdomen and a second incision in the mother's uterus.

Yerlah, belah tang perut, dan dibuat kat bikini line tu macam gambar kat atas.
Sometimes a C-section is safer for you or your baby than a vaginal delivery. Your gyne may recommend a C-section if:
  • Your labor isn't progressing. Stalled labor is one of the most common reasons for a C-section. Perhaps your cervix isn't opening enough despite strong contractions over several hours — or the baby's head may simply be too big to pass through your birth canal.
  • Your baby's heartbeat suggests reduced oxygen supply. If your baby isn't getting enough oxygen or your health care provider is concerned about changes in your baby's heartbeat, he or she may recommend a C-section.
  • Your baby is in an abnormal position. A C-section may be the safest way to deliver the baby if his or her feet or buttocks enter the birth canal first (breech) or the baby is positioned side or shoulder first (transverse).
  • You're carrying twins, triplets or other multiples. When you're carrying multiple babies, it's common for one or more of the babies to be in an abnormal position. In this case, a C-section is often safer — especially for the second baby.
  • There's a problem with your placenta. If the placenta detaches from your uterus before labor begins (placental abruption) or the placenta covers the opening of your cervix (placenta previa), C-section is often the safest option.
  • There's a problem with the umbilical cord. A C-section may be recommended if a loop of umbilical cord slips through your cervix ahead of your baby or if the cord is compressed by the uterus during contractions.
  • Your baby's head is too large for your birth canal. Some babies are simply too big to safely deliver vaginally.
  • You have a health concern. Your health care provider may suggest a C-section if you have a medical condition that could make labor dangerous, such as unstable heart disease or high blood pressure. In other cases, a C-section may be recommended if you have an active genital herpes infection or another condition that your baby might acquire while passing through the birth canal. 
  • Your baby has a health concern. A C-section is sometimes safer for babies who have certain developmental conditions, such as excess fluid in the brain (hydrocephalus).
  • You've had a previous C-section. Depending on the type of uterine incision and other factors, you may be able to attempt a vaginal delivery after a previous C-section. In some cases, however, your health care provider may recommend a repeat C-section.

Kenapa suma orang takut sangat nak czer. Alah tipulah kalau kata sy dulu tak takut, seyesly...takut gak menggeletar2 la badan masa nak kena emergency czer tu. Okay, meh risik2 apa risiko bila kita czer ni.
Risiko pada baby
  • Breathing problems. Babies born by C-section are more likely to develop transient tachypnea — a breathing problem marked by abnormally fast breathing during the first few days after birth. Elective C-sections done before 39 weeks of pregnancy or without proof of the baby's lung maturity may increase the risk of other breathing problems, including respiratory distress syndrome — a condition that makes it difficult to breathe.
  • Fetal injury. Although rare, accidental nicks to the baby's skin can occur during surgery.
Risiko pada mother
  • Inflammation and infection of the membrane lining the uterus. This condition — known as endometritis — may cause fever, chills, back pain, foul-smelling vaginal discharge and uterine pain. It's often treated with intravenous (IV) antibiotics.
  • Increased bleeding. You may lose more blood with a C-section than with a vaginal birth. Blood transfusions are rarely needed, however. atau dengan nama lain, tumpah darah
  • Reactions to anesthesia. After regional anesthesia, it's possible to experience a headache caused by a leak of the fluid around the spinal canal into the tissues of the back. Allergic or adverse reactions to the anesthetic also are possible.
  • Blood clots. The risk of developing a blood clot inside a vein — especially in the legs or pelvic organs — is greater after a C-section than after a vaginal delivery. If a blood clot travels to your lungs (pulmonary embolism), the damage can be life-threatening. Your health care team will take steps to prevent blood clots. You can help, too, by walking frequently soon after surgery. Jangan manja2, pas jer kuar dari OT naik kat ward, gerak2an kaki, lepas 6jam bila dah boleh minum air, minum la slow2 dari sikit2 pastu banyak...selagi masih ada tube peepee tu..minum jer bebanyak. On the next day bila dah tak pakai tube peepee tu bangun sikit2 slow2 pastu cuba jalan2 dan offf to toilet. takyah la nak tunggu2 orang duk bantu bagai...eiiih lembik benar :p. cuba la kuatkan diri jalan...cayalah, cepat korang recover yer.
  • Wound infection. An infection at or around the incision site is possible. Maka, jaga la elok2 luka tu, kasi lap bersih2, kering2..anginkan.
  • Surgical injury. Although rare, surgical injuries to nearby organs can occur during a C-section. If this happens, additional surgery may be needed.
  • Increased risks during future pregnancies. After a C-section, you face a higher risk of potentially serious complications — including bleeding, placenta previa and tearing of the uterus along the scar line from the prior C-section (uterine rupture) — in a subsequent pregnancy than you would after a vaginal delivery. Ini memang mungkin akan terjadi yer...esp bila tearing the uterus during pregnancy. kita akan tau ni sbb rasa sakit tak hingat mcm terbukak perut tu. Biasanya doctor akan advise to be admitted and cecepat beranak :)

Jangan risau, tidaklah sengeri yang digambarkan, belah perot jer pun hihihihihi. InsyaAllah takde apa2 yer, dua2 selamat, Allah kata Kun fayakun. Bila tengok budak yang kuar macam kat bawah sure syahdu jer..alhamdulillah. :)

Ok dah habis topik czer...heheeee bosan kan?


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