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What should be done for infection after a cesarean ?

Hi two weeks back my sister had a sigerion and she had a baby boy , before that she had sugar level high and she was taking insulin also .on 17 th she had no pain but when she went to check up doctor forced her to go for sigerion , baby weight is 3.40 kg , her sugar level also under control , pls tell me honestly when sugar level is normal she doesnt have delivery pain is it necessary to go for sigerion?. 2) after segerion she suffering from infection a puss formed on her stmouch where they operated she is getting repeated fever now she is in hospital , can you pls tell me what are the reason for infection in stmouch after sigerion , she is struggling a lot a wnat to know the fact , pls tell the answer
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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read your prob. indication of C section is if labour pain not present on due date. if due date is not near , should wait.
but in your case blood sugur had already increased, it may be affect the baby so doc decided to go for C-section. in case of diabetes , patient is more pron to be infected,
there is delayed healing of wound.
so continue treatment as per advise.
she will be cure but it takes some time.
Dr aseem 9982583020
Answered: Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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