The Dr. said there is a chance he will move, but would like to pre-emptively schedule a C-section in week 39, for the friday before my Wed. due date, to avoid having to do an emergency CS if baby is still breech. Unlikely baby will flip at this point if its your first. November 2012. Though many But in some cases she can still be breech. A cesarean section, aka c-section, is a surgical procedure used to deliver baby through incisions made in a mothers abdomen and uterus. Forward-leaning inversion. A C-section might be needed for women carrying twins, triplets or more.
Loading the player honkytonk_kid member June 2011 If your doctor has decided in advance that youll need to deliver via c-section, his office will probably schedule the procedure for you as early as a few months in advance. For example, if the baby is abnormally large (fetal macrosomia) or in an abnormal position (e.g., breach or transverse presentation) doctors will normally schedule a preemptive c-section to avoid harm to the baby. Additionally, cesarean deliveries are usually scheduled for the medical reasons listed below. Netmums-to-be 35 weeks pregnant and exhausted Netmums-to-be 35 weeks pregnant cramping and lower back pain Suz73dfr 09/06/2010 at 9:01 am Hi Helen, thanks for that, I will be 36+5 at The site Evidence Based Birth reported that 93.8% of all breech babies were born by C-section in 2019.
Breech it depends on the experience of the staff at the hospital and the actual type of breech that you have whether you can deliver naturally or a c-section is recommended. In situations when a fetus cannot be turned into a head-down position by the time a person goes into labor, a cesarean section (C-section) will likely be required. A c-section, or cesarean section, is surgical delivery of a baby through incisions in the mother's abdomen and uterus. "A woman should make sure she is not having her C-section too early. By Gil Wayne, BSN, R.N. He wanted to come ass first into the world lol. In this condition, a cesarean delivery is always used.
Of course, we will do another sono a day or two before, just to check and make sure baby is still breech. RivieraMaya05. Breech baby = scheduled c-section. A caesarian section, or C-section, is typically performed in the 39th week of gestation. This is done so that a baby is given enough time to grow and develop so that it is healthy. How do you turn a transverse baby?
Then slowly lower your hands to the Thats the bare minimum needed; some Bashert628 October 2011 With DS we scheduled at around 36 weeks to have a c/s at 39 weeks.
email@example.com. Yesterday I had my 37 week appointment, and the doctor decided to bring in her portable u/s to confirm the baby was head down (which she thought it was at 35 weeks).
They only need to turn LO half as much.
For years, women who'd had a C-section were encouraged to skip vaginal deliveries altogether and schedule C-sections for all future births.
Cesarean birth, also termed cesarean section, is the delivery of a neonate by surgical incision through the abdomen and uterus. An immediate C-section should be carried out in such cases, even if the fetus is not alive, as this can cause rupture of the uterus.
They may not schedule you much in advance because the baby could turn in the next month. Cesarean section is a fairly serious surgical intervention. We hope that the baby is in a vertical position between 26 and 31 weeks gestation. 14/12/2011 at 11:53 am. C-sections can cause certain types of respiratory complications in general, but that's not caused due to fetal position. A fetus is in a transverse position when it is sideways, at a 90-degree angle to the pregnant persons spine. With each C-section, theres a higher chance of scar tissue buildup, heavy bleeding, and problems with the placenta. Such obstetric operations (scheduled C-section) are quite common, saving the lives of thousands of babies. I feel silly.. Ive had a low risk pregnancy with pretty much zero complications. It also happens when mums whove given birth before are in labour for 14 hours or more. You're carrying more than one baby. My hospital weren't worried as I had to have a CS anyway, but she did turn at about 35 weeks. A C-section is the safest way to deliver babies whose feet or buttocks enter the birth canal first (breech) or babies whose sides or shoulders come first (transverse). So, it is absurd to say that such a birth is much easier than natural birth.
In others, the surgery is needed due to an unforeseen issue. BlueRidgeMama member. Lesley Alexander, a labor and delivery nurse
It is normal for a baby to be transverse in the first and second trimester. Nowadays, with a scheduled c-section, a transverse incision is usually made.
In these cases, the benefits of delivering early clearly outweigh the risks of what's called "late preterm" birth. Otherwise, although a baby is considered full-term after 37 weeks, most doctors' offices won't schedule a c-section until you have reached 39 weeks gestation. My first baby was transverse at 37 weeks but happily turned for me the night before a scheduled ECV.
I was admitted with placenta praevia at 33.5 weeks with DD1, at the time she was transverse. My 365 Blog lwogsland member October 2011 Transverse lie: The baby is in a horizontal, or sideways, position in the uterus. A cesarean section, also called a c-section, is a surgical procedure performed when a vaginal delivery is not possible or safe, or when the health of the mother or the baby is at risk. By 36 weeks, shell likely descend into the head-down position. If it is a repeat c-section then they schedule much earlier (6wks ahead). My next appointment is Thursday this week - doubt they will actually book me in as only just 36 weeks at that point but just want the advice - some people say they have been booked in for the actual c-section at 37 weeks so wanted to see what ladies on here experience. Over the past decade, doctors have studied late preterm births in depth.
That doesn't mean that the baby won't turnit's just that mine didn't. The breech position is quite normal when found between 26 and 31 weeks gestation. Its also known as a cesarean birth. I will have my 4th check tomorrow before we start. I have never heard of anyone admitted at 37 weeks because the baby was transverse.
That is when a baby is considered full term.
Transverse Lie: Causes & Techniques to Correct Baby Position Transverse baby at 33 weeks pregnant.
May 2010. since the only reason they will schedule it, is because baby is breech, I would assume they would wait until 38-39 wks. March 2, 2017. When the Baby Doesn't Turn. If your baby is in a transverse lie at term, a cesarean section may be recommended if the baby doesn't turn or if other measures are not successful in turning the baby. 06/06/2013 22:18. At my 36 week scan, I was told the baby is breech. I'd you are interested in a version it must been done as close to 37 weeks as possible (usually not before) and you must have good fluid levels.
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Transverse Baby - Questions and Worries: My baby is transverse and I have a lot of questions, and worries. Its considered to be major surgery, so a c-section can potentially lead to more complications for you and baby than a vaginal birth. I'm having a planned c section and have read that sections with transverse babies mean an incision up to your belly button rather than one along your bikini line. C-sections are very common. For example, the more C-sections you have, the more likely you are to have a uterine rupture. I should feel grateful to have a healthy baby and pregnancy. I was scheduled for a c-section for 38weeks but my dr checked on him each visit and right before my c-section he had flipped head down, so we didnt have to do a c-section! According to my doc (and google lol) when attempting a version transverse is actually the best. Updated. Well, unfortunately she discovered the baby is breech. The reason breech babies get c-sections is because they simply don't train practicioners on breech delivery anymore because they are uncommon.
If baby is cephalic on the day of planned cs there will be no clinical indication to do a cs, and the risks that go with it. The term cesarean birth is used in nursing literature rather than cesarean delivery to accentuate that it is a process of birth rather than a surgical procedure. Hello.
If you or your baby is in imminent danger, you'll have an emergency c-section. He was my 3rd so he had plenty of room to flip. A C-section is a way of delivering a baby by surgery that opens up the mothers abdomen and uterus.
Kirkeby Hansen advises women seeking elective C-section to wait until the 39th week of their pregnancy. Transverse is a c-section as it can cause a cord prolapse which could lead to a still birth. But, as far as health problems, I don't know of any. Add message. My other concern is if I choose not to do the EVC and schedule a C Section I worry about the C section itself.
Sar01ped. Told I should schedule a C section due to breech baby at 36 weeks, feeling down.
It happens when the mum-to-be is in labour for 20 hours or more. Also I was told about the risks of water breaking before section and cord dropping again causing major harm to baby. Otherwise, although a baby is considered full-term after 37 weeks, most doctors' offices won't schedule a c-section until you have reached 39 weeks gestation. Here are some of the medical reasons for a C-section: Prolonged labour: According to Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, one-third of C-section happens due to prolonged labour. In general, you should wait at least 6 months before getting pregnant again after a C-section. Unstable lie - if baby is oblique or transverse (generally moving itself into different positions) then what I have known happen is that if baby was head down they may induce you that day. Many women who have had a cesarean section (or C-section) with their first pregnancy are interested in a vaginal delivery for their second or later births. In situations when a fetus cannot be turned into a head-down position by the time a person goes into labor, a cesarean section (C-section) will likely be required. Vaginal birth with a transverse position poses risks to the baby and the person giving birth. In other cases, however, a c-section is an emergency procedure performed in response to situations that arise during vaginal delivery. Don't know anything about C-sections, though, sorry. Something about if a baby is transverse this late, then the uterus is shaped that way and it is more comfy for the baby to be sideways, so they will flip again. If they flip her at 38 weeks and she flips back at 40 weeks when you go in labor, you have no choice but to have a C/S. To do this move, youll carefully kneel at the end of a couch or low bed. like he's in a hammock across my tummy. What is a Transverse Baby?. Hope your baby turns for you (it's uncomfortable, though!) ADVERTISEMENTS. In some circumstances, a c-section is scheduled in advance. I have been told my baby is lying in the transverse position i.e.
(And apparently a lot of babies turn as the drugs to relax the womb muscles are injected.) But to answer your question yes totally normal.
Babies develop at different rates, and some aren't ready to be born at the 37-week mark. If thats the case, your doctor may ask if you want to try and turn the baby with an inversion procedure to get her into a vertex position, or you may consider having a c Medical Indications.
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