“Looking at the time of Caesarean section” makes the news of the children born after the birth of the rich, sometimes heard, especially for the rich, and some people, regardless of whether they are “full-term”, use the caesarean section to let the baby leave the mother. In this regard, Lin Yizhi, director of the Department of Thoracic Surgery at Chengda Hospital, pointed out that pregnant women should not take selective caesarean section without medical reasons before 39 weeks of pregnancy to avoid serious complications, especially respiratory diseases.

A baby who is pregnant for 37 weeks is called a full term. A baby born less than 37 weeks is called a premature baby. If it is born between 32 weeks and 37 weeks, it is called a late premature baby.

There are many reasons for choosing caesarean section. Except for medicine, others are nothing more than watching time, fear of pain, and maintaining body. The higher the level of knowledge, the less likely it is to choose caesarean section without medical reasons. The study found that female physicians chose Caesarean section to be 1/3 less than the average person, and the physician’s wife had a 1/6 less laparotomy.

According to statistics, Taiwan’s caesarean section rate is among the highest in the world. From 2003 to 2008, more than 30% of live births were born by caesarean section, of which late preterm infants were up to 50%. In 2009, there were about 65,000 caesarean sections, of which about 6% were not selected for medical reasons.

It is reported that the organs of premature infants are immature and the mortality rate is high. Even premature infants close to full term are more likely to suffer from respiratory distress, feeding difficulties, hypoglycemia, neonatal yellow gallbladder, unstable body temperature, apnea and other diseases. And often hospitalized, there are hyperactivity, slow development, special education and the proportion of repeat students.

11 types of pregnant mothers do need “caesarean section”

1. The pelvis of pregnant women is obviously narrow or deformed;

2. Special lesions or deformities in the vagina, soft birth canal, pelvic cavity, and cervix;

3, abnormal fetal position, such as horizontal position, breech position;

4, prenatal bleeding;

5, the uterus has scars;

6, pregnancy complications or complications are serious;

7, the uterus rupture;

8, done genital repair;

9. Older primiparas over the age of 35;

10, the weight of the fetus exceeds 4 kg, or intrauterine hypoxia, umbilical cord prolapse, etc.;

11, the placenta previa.


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