Reasons for an unscheduled caesarean delivery (c-section)
Far more often, the requirement for a cesarean section isn't obvious until a woman is well into labor. some of the most common reasons:
Labor doesn’t begin
If your labor simply can't seem to get moving in the first place (your cervix is not dilating although you are having contractions) — after 24 or 25 hours for a first-time mother and fewer for consequent deliveries — your doctor would possibly decide on surgery.
You would possibly sail right through the early stage of labor (dilation to 3 centimeters), only to grind to a halt. whereas it's possible that oxytocin or another labor stimulator may jump-start the contractions, if the matter is that your baby's head is just too big to fit through your pelvis (which is that the case concerning half the time) a cesarean birth is necessary.
Exhaustion or fetal distress
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