There are two ways to deliver a baby~ either by natural labor birth or a surgical delivery known as Caesarean section. The main aim behind choosing the delivery method is to deliver a baby safely. C- Sections are preplanned due to medical reasons like if a mother is carrying twin babies, diabetes, high bold pressure or baby’s head is not in down position. You must have heard about many c- section experiences from your friends, but most of us are not aware that its recovery is not easy and takes time. So, let’s put some light on the facts behind c-section recovery.
For The First Time, Getting Out If The Bed Might Be Very Paining Like Labor Pain.
It Is Kind Of Tough And Uncomfortable Nursing After A C-Section.
It is a bit common to get an infection after having a c-section, so generally, it is recommended by doctors to have a single dose of antibiotics in order to reduce your risk.
Be it any surgery, it increases the chance of making a blood clot, and it might be serious depending on where the clot lodges. It is dangerous because if the clot lodges in your lungs, it might be life-threatening too. To figure out the same symptom involve a cough or shortness of swelling in the calf, breath, and pain.
When it comes to bleeding, you will lose more blood with a caesarean than labor birth. One of the major risks involved in caesarean birth is bleeding more than expected during the operation.
After The Surgery Forget About A Good Night’s Sleep, Starting From The Same Day!
Numbness And Itching Around The Scar Are Par For The Course.
After a caesarean surgery, there is a huge risk of adhesions as you heal. Adhesions are bands of scar tissue that might make organs in your tummy fuse to each other, or to the inside wall of your tummy.