In which cases normal birth is not preferred?
In some cases, Obstetricians and Gynecologists choose cesarean instead of normal delivery method. But what is effective in physicians making this decision?
Are there any risks of normal birth, which is the healthiest method accepted by medical authorities? What situations do Gynecologists and Obstetricians consider “risky” and decide on cesarean section method? First of all, what every expectant mother should do in deciding the method of delivery; Let's underline that he trusts his physician.
Expectant mothers; She should believe that the Obstetrician and Gynecologist, who has been following the pregnancy process from the beginning and following the health history, will choose the healthiest method for herself and her baby. Therefore, the decision is your physician. However, there are some cases that normal birth is seen as risky from the beginning of pregnancy and the compass always shows cesarean section ... In general terms, we can describe it as follows; If normal delivery poses a risk to the health of the mother or the baby, cesarean delivery method is preferred.
Here are the conditions that Gynecologists and Obstetricians consider normal birth risky:
Inadequate opening of the cervix
Slow baby's heartbeat
Reduced water supply to the baby
If the expectant mother has a herniated disc
Rupture in the womb
Excessive bleeding during labor
In case of twin or triplet pregnancy
Situations where the cord is stuck
The mother's bone structure is not suitable for normal birth
A heart condition in the mother
The expectant mother has high blood pressure
Placenta obstructing the cervix
The baby is either in the coming position
A baby's limb enters the birth canal first
Baby's high weight
Having a tumor that covers the vagina
Having AIDS or active genital herpes