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Cesarean recovery

by Chrissie Gallagher-Mundy

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Published by Firefly Books in Buffalo, N.Y, Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cesarean section -- Popular works.,
  • Postoperative care -- Popular works.,
  • Postnatal care -- Popular works.,
  • Mothers -- Health and hygiene.,
  • Mother and infant.,
  • Césarienne -- Ouvrages de vulgarisation.,
  • Soins postopératoires -- Ouvrages de vulgarisation.,
  • Soins postnatals -- Ouvrages de vulgarisation.,
  • Mères -- Santé et hygiène.,
  • Mère et nourrisson.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementChrissie Gallagher-Mundy.
    GenrePopular works., Ouvrages de vulgarisation.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRG761 .G34 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p. :
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3326723M
    ISBN 101552979040
    LC Control Number2004300645
    OCLC/WorldCa53305923

    A caesarean section (c-section or ‘caesarean’) is a surgical procedure in which a baby is born through an incision (cut) made in the mother’s abdominal wall and the wall of the uterus (womb). Your baby will need to be born by caesarean section if there are serious problems that prevent the baby being born by a normal vaginal birth. This book addresses what C-section entails, what to expect during recovery, and things to consider for future pregnancies and deliveries. Peer Support for C-section/VBAC. The International Cesarean Awareness Network coordinates local chapters for women to discuss C-section experience. You can find your local chapter here.

    REVIEW OF LITERATURE. Many studies have been done to examine the reasons a woman chooses a nonmedically indicated cesarean surgery. In a review of the literature, McCourt et al. () established that women’s requests for nonmedically indicated cesarean surgeries were usually a result of cultural influences, perceived safety of the procedure, and psychological factors.   I t used to be that women who have had a C-section could only deliver future children the same way. Risks of rupturing the scar and potential complications for the baby made the decision.

      Why the C-Section Rate Is So High A doctor and an economist note that doctors are generally paid quite a bit more for a C-section than for a vaginal birth. Octo One of the best ways to ease your discomfort after a c-section is to use a postpartum girdle for c-section, an abdominal binder, c section recovery belt/band, or compression girdle. Some OB/GYNs will recommend a post maternity girdle to new moms when a c-section has been scheduled.


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Cesarean recovery by Chrissie Gallagher-Mundy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Almost 1 out of 4 deliveries is by cesarean section. Whether or not the procedure is planned, cesarean section must be considered major abdominal surgery and surgical recovery is a necessary process towards complete healing.

Cesarean Recovery guides new mothers through the healing process in conjunction with her medical care. The new mother will discover when and how to start her recovery - /5(8). Cesarean Recovery guides new mothers through the healing process in Almost 1 out of 4 deliveries is by cesarean section.

Whether or not the procedure is planned, cesarean section must be considered major abdominal surgery and surgical recovery is a necessary process towards complete healing/5.

The Essential C-Section Guide is written not only for women to read in preparation for a scheduled c-section and for those considered “high risk” who know that a c-section may become necessary but also for women recovering from an unexpected surgical delivery.

This book provides answers to important questions about what the surgery entails, what a woman can expect as she recovers, and what 4/5(76).

Cesarean Recovery (written by a personal trainer) This book was written by a personal trainer and subsequently focuses on an exercise program to bring the post c-section mom from the hospital through to regaining her pre-pregnancy body.

It also has brief sections on breastfeeding, emotional issues and a basic overview of the surgery itself. Postnatal advice for women who have had a caesarean section (CS) includes general and specific advice.

Specific advice includes advice on CS wound care, analgesia at home, when to resume normal activities such as driving, exercise and sexual intercourse and the provision of detailed information on possible risks associated with CS birth and possible complications.

Information on the risk and. A Week-By-Week Guide to C-Section Recovery. Ma by Kate Horney. C-section, caesarean section, or belly birth can be planned or unplanned. During the C-section, your doctor makes an incision into the skin, through the fat cells and connective tissue, and then into the abdominal cavity.

C-Section Recovery – Healing and Toning your Core after Caesarean. Having a C-Section is huge. It is major abdominal surgery. It is emotional and sometimes layered with guilt or regret that your birth might not have gone exactly to plan.

I find that as a general rule, we are focused on the birth. Whether vaginal or by caesarean. During the C-section recovery process, discomfort and fatigue are common. To promote healing: Take it easy. Rest when possible. Try to keep everything that you and your baby might need within reach.

For the first couple of weeks, avoid lifting anything heavier than your baby. Seek pain relief. Standards for Postanesthesia Care Committee of Origin: Standards and Practice Parameters (Approved by the ASA House of Delegates on Octoand last amended on Octo ) These standards apply to postanesthesia care in all locations.

These standards may be exceeded based on the judgment of the responsible anesthesiologist. After a c-section birth, you'll probably feel both euphoric about and overwhelmed by the new person in your arms, just like any new mother. But you'll also be recovering from major abdominal surgery while dealing with typical postpartum issues such as engorged breasts, mood swings, and vaginal discharge.

C-section patients typically stay in the hospital for two to four days before going. The biggest concern with VBAC is uterine rupture, which means the uterus tears open where the C-section scar is.

It's rare, but a real risk because it requires an emergency C Author: Anne Fritz. Cesarean Recovery guides new mothers through the healing process in conjunction with her medical care. The new mother will discover when and how to start her recovery -- from her first attempts at.

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Cesarean recovery by Gallagher-Mundy, :   C-section procedure: What to expect with a Cesarean delivery Both Tantalo and Tyghter say their experiences would have been better if they’d known what to expect. If you’re planning on delivering via C-section (and even if you’re not), here’s what you need to know to make your recovery.

Ellen Spencer, 40, of Hanson, Mass., is recovering from a cesarean a 1-month old to take care of, and her older toddler underfoot, bouncing back from major surgery isn't easy.

"I knew Author: Heather Hatfield. Cesarean recovery. [Chrissie Gallagher-Mundy] -- Guide to assist post-operative mothers recover from cesarean section. Includes information on diet, breastfeeding, postpartum problems, and exercise routines for mother and baby.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Cesarean Recovery guides new mothers through the healing process in conjunction with her medical care. The new mother will discover when and how to start her recovery -- from her first attempts at sitting up in the hospital bed, through to standing and on to mastering her first s: Whether you had a scheduled or unplanned cesarean section, the recovery may be a bit of a shock to are a couple of things that can help ease your recovery and get you back on your feet in no time after surgery.

These tips come from other mothers who have been down that road before. A caesarean section, or C-section, is an operation to deliver your baby through a cut made in your tummy and womb.

The cut is usually made across your tummy, just below your bikini line. A caesarean is a major operation that carries a number of risks, so it's usually only done if. This book has become a bible in my doula practice specializing in cesarean births.

At less than pages, this relatively short and well illustrated tome is brilliant at offering advice and hope to mums who have a cesarean birth. First published in and updated inthis book can be easily found on Amazon or eBay if your local bookstore does not carry it.

Cesarean Recovery guides new mothers through the healing process in conjunction with her medical care. The new mother will discover when and how to start her recovery -- from her first attempts at sitting up in the hospital bed, through to standing and on to mastering her first s: Chrissie Gallagher-Mundy is the author of Minute Yoga ( avg rating, 8 ratings, 1 review, published ), Cesarean Recovery ( avg rating, 12 r /5.The book provides relevant scientific literature regarding epidemiology and rates of cesarean delivery in low and high income countries and the impact of the disparities in the rate of cesarean delivery between to Manage Labor Induction or Augmentation to Decrease the Cesarean Deliveries Rate, Timing of Elective Cesarean Delivery.