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Information on current surgery technique available for delivery? Whether paste stitching is the best compared to conventional stitching?

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what is the current surgery techniq available for delivery. Actually I heard that it leave a longterm pain problem in spinal cord. Also please suggest whether paste stiching is the best now rather than conventional stiching.
Posted Sat, 6 Jul 2013 in Child Birth
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 45 minutes later
The surgical mode of deliver is called Ceasarean section. Its a simple procedure and will take about 1 hr. Its normally done under spinal aneasthesia because thats safer for the fetus. But ultimately its the decision of the anaesthetist. You can talk to the anesthetist before delivery and he will explain what he will do. Whether pasting is better or sutures,that is a question to be answered by the surgeon. It depends on several factors like sterility,fat,bleeding etc.Both are equally safe. You need not be worry about that.Pasting is commonly done nowadays if not contraindicated. With either,she can be discharged by 3-5 days.
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