Having a normal delivery is a dream for most patients. But due to some reasons if a caesarean happens the patient has an incomplete dream of giving birth vaginally and feels guilt within them.
Some people believe that if they have a caesarean section once they will have to go under the knife next time also; but it is not necessary. Depending on the hospital practices, the doctor’s experience, the facilities available at the setup and the complications present in the present case a vaginal birth can be tried. It is ok to deliver vaginally if your doctor says so and there are no added complications in the present pregnancy. Your doctor is the right person to give a final decision. Even if your doctor agrees to VBAC just remember there is a slight risk of uterine rupture in the best of hands. Your doctor will explain the risk for the same whenever you plan for vaginal birth.
If you are looking for a normal delivery hospital in Dwarka, Delhi then you must visit Manipal Hospital.
ERCS (elective repeat caesarean section) is a choice some patients make due to the scare of the pain and complications they faced in their previous pregnancy.
VBAC is contraindicated in previous uterine rupture and classical caesarean. Depending on the case-to-case decisions should be taken. Patients going into labour on their own have high chances of success in comparison to those who are induced. The benefits of vaginal delivery are early recovery, no scar, less pain and better and early bonding with the newborn. The success rate of planned VBAC is 72- 75 %. Those with previous successful VBAC have an 85-90 % chance of successful outcomes.
HOD And Consultant - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Manipal Hospital, Dwarka, Delhi
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