Second Delivery Complications

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Second Delivery Complications

It has been recently revealed in a report that those women who have had their first child through a caesarean section and are going to have the second through vaginal birth, the risks are higher. This has been revealed according to a research done by a scientific team from Australia. They are of the view that women who are going to have their second child through normal birth when they have had a caesarean previously, the risks are higher.

There is as much as 2.4% risk of fatality or grave complications. The women could tend to have severe bleeding or might suffer a hemorrhage, as this is a very complicated situation for the mother as well as the child.

On the other hand, those women who opt for a caesarean even the second time, the risks are slightly lesser.

"Until now there has been a lack of high-quality evidence comparing the benefits and harms of the two planned modes of birth after previous Cesarean. The information from this study will help women, clinicians and policy makers to develop health advice”, said lead author Caroline Crowther from the Australian Research Centre for the Health of Women and Babies, from the University of Adelaide.

It has been seen recently that the caesarean birth are on the rise. The reason for the same might be the fact that they are comparatively safer for the mother and the child. It also tends to decrease a lot of pain and suffering for the mother in childbirth. This is why mothers undergoing a second delivery need to be very careful and go with the best option suggested by the doctor according to their condition. This will ensure a healthy child and a healthy mother.


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