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Caesarean section due to cords around babies neck - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hi.Good afternoon doctor
Doctor :   HI
Doctor :   I am Dr.
Doctor :   please type your query
User :   actually i have just completed my 5 days of nine month and today i went for colour ultrasound and it revealed that there are two loops of cords around the neck of the baby so is it dangerous?
User :   My doctor said that normal delivery cant be done and we have to do it true dat there are no chances of normal delivery??
Doctor :   Yes
User :   R u there doctor?
Doctor :   Normal Delivery is dangerous
Doctor :   Cesearean section is safe
Doctor :   Cords around the neck will hamper breathing during vaginal delivery'
User :   It cant be automatically correct Widin a week
Doctor :   It is good to be optimistic but risk taking is not good in life
User :   my max width of fluid pocket is 36mm.....and baby weight is 2 how long we have to wait for c-section
User :   i know my fluid is low so how can i increase it....
Doctor :   the fluid is is wenough
Doctor :   is it 36 mm or cm
User :   its mm
Doctor :   I am here
Doctor :   Why the doctor waiting still?
Doctor :   Did you ask him/her?
Doctor :   The dates are 9 momnths?
Doctor :   but it estimated
Doctor :   Weight is a concern
Doctor :   But te dates enough
Doctor :   As long as the baby's lungs are mature, it is well enough to go for surgery
User :   A single viable foetus having vertex presentation and corresponding to 34w2d_+3w of gestation by dlmp with relatively abnormal umbilical artery and normal utero-placental flow on both it okay?
User :   doctor my due date is 8th of many days can i wait?
Doctor :   So you have almost one motnh
User :   yupp
Doctor :   You can even now go for surgery
Doctor :   You are 36 weeks
User :   yes
Doctor :   After 37 weeks baby is well enough to come out
User :   0kkies
Doctor :   Mean while , you need weekly Ultraqsound to make sure your baby doing OK
Doctor :   check for the cord
Doctor :   check for the Amnitic fluid
Doctor :   Mean wgile if there is decreased heart rate from baby, then we need to rush
User :   The information i gave u above in dat a word abnormal umbillical artery is there wat it mean.. is it safe?
User :   if i wana check cord after a week i again have to do ultrasound
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   U must
Doctor :   weekly Ulterasound is must
User :   and tell me dat travelling of two hours by own car is safe or nt?
Doctor :   I really do not advise
Doctor :   Stay at home
Doctor :   I advise good bed rest for you and your baby
Doctor :   physical starin of your body make your baby to starin
Doctor :   baby will jump and kick
User :   doctor please tell me in above information abnormal umbllical artery wat it means is it safe...or nt please tell
Doctor :   *jump
Doctor :   See the artery here takes out bad deoxygenated blood
Doctor :   Imbilical veins supply good oxygenated blood to baby
Doctor :   It is attached to the palcenta and belly
User :   so is it dangerous
Doctor :   But because ur baby is jumping or for some reason, the cords gets , physically around the neck
Doctor :   May it is due to less
Doctor :   fluid
Doctor :   It is dangerous if you neglect
Doctor :   It is like putting a rope around a neck
User :   so wat should i doooo
Doctor :   but here the rope is not that tight because fluid is there
Doctor :   and rope is not real rope and it is soft blood vessel
Doctor :   Bedrest
Doctor :   Stay at home
Doctor :   Weekly Ultrasound
Doctor :   Give 2 weeks time for bay to gain weight
Doctor :   Hope for best
User :   abnormal artery create any risk and to avoid that risk wat i shoul do???
Doctor :   If in 2 weeks if the cords is disentangled that is good for vaginal delivery
Doctor :   other wise after 2 weeks go for surgery
Doctor :   You now have to do onely few things
Doctor :   Just bed rest and visit Gynecologist and get Ultrasound
User :   doctor there are lots of new tecniques of c-section in tdys scenario so why we run after normal delivery dere any harm in c-section
Doctor :   please format the Question
User :   wat i should eat so dat i baby weight shoul be increased
Doctor :   nothing
Doctor :   Sorry
Doctor :   u asked eating
User :   i wana ask why we prefer normal deliver than surgereon?????is there any harm in surgerons
User :   ya i am asking about eating
Doctor :   There is no special diet now for u give weght for ur baby
Doctor :   baby takes own time to gain weight
Doctor :   You just eat good calorie diet
User :   ookkies
Doctor :   Eat small portions
Doctor :   Take many calories
Doctor :   I think u have been doing this , right?
Doctor :   Normal delivery is natural
User :   in both cases we have togo through stiches....
Doctor :   Cs is artificial
Doctor :   which cases?
User :   Is dere any harm in Cs
Doctor :   Only CS has stiches
Doctor :   Like any surgery, there are few complications
Doctor :   I feel yu better not scared of CS
Doctor :   as in good hands of surgeons complications are alsmost none
User :   wat type of complications in this surgery because i am very afraid of Cs its my bad luck that i cant go for normal
Doctor :   CS cause bleeding when they cut you belly
Doctor :   it will give scar
Doctor :   your belly become weak
Doctor :   like nay surgery it cause bleeding
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