Dr Vidushi Mehta

Cesarean Section Delivery in Indore

Cesarean Section Delivery in Indore

A Cesarean section, commonly referred to as a C-section, is a surgical procedure used to deliver a baby through an incision in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. While vaginal delivery is the preferred method of childbirth in most cases, a C-section may be recommended or necessary for various medical reasons, including complications during pregnancy or labor. At our clinic in Indore, we offer expert care and support for mothers undergoing Cesarean section delivery, ensuring the safety and well-being of both mother and baby.

Reasons for Cesarean Section

Fetal Distress: If the baby shows signs of distress during labor, such as an abnormal heart rate or reduced movement, a C-section may be necessary to expedite delivery and prevent complications.

Failure to Progress: If labor fails to progress adequately despite interventions to induce or augment labor, a C-section may be recommended to safely deliver the baby.

Breech Presentation: If the baby is positioned feet or buttocks first (breech presentation), a C-section may be safer than attempting a vaginal delivery to reduce the risk of birth injuries.

Placenta Previa: In cases where the placenta partially or completely covers the cervix (placenta previa), a C-section is typically recommended to avoid potential bleeding complications during labor.

Maternal Health Concerns: Maternal health conditions such as preeclampsia, diabetes, or certain infections may increase the risk of complications during labor, necessitating a C-section for the safety of both mother and baby.

Our Approach

At our clinic, we understand that undergoing a Cesarean section can be a daunting experience for expectant mothers, and we are committed to providing compassionate care and support throughout the process. Our experienced team of obstetricians, gynecologists, anesthesiologists, and support staff will ensure that you receive personalized care tailored to your needs and preferences, from pre-operative preparation to post-operative recovery.

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Frequently asked questions

While you may experience some discomfort during and after the procedure, our team will provide pain management options, including anesthesia and medication, to ensure your comfort throughout the surgery and recovery process.

Recovery time can vary depending on individual factors such as overall health, the reason for the C-section, and any complications during surgery. In general, most women can expect to stay in the hospital for 2-4 days after a C-section and may require several weeks of rest and limited activity at home.

In most cases, Cesarean sections are performed under regional anesthesia, such as an epidural or spinal block, which numbs the lower half of your body while allowing you to remain awake and alert during the surgery. In some situations, general anesthesia may be used if regional anesthesia is not possible or preferred.

Yes, breastfeeding is encouraged and possible after a Cesarean section. Our team will provide guidance and support to help you initiate breastfeeding as soon as possible after the surgery, promoting bonding and providing essential nutrients for your baby’s health.

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