C section side effects
C-sections can have serious side effects, such as very excessive bleeding, lingering pains and potentially life-threatening infections. Common side effects of a C-section are often abdominal pain or pain during sex. After a Cesarian section, a common side effect is vaginal bleeding that can last for more than two months. Urinal incontinence is not uncommon as an adverse effect of a C-section.
Sickness, nausea and itchy skin are common side effects of the epidural anaesthetic for the C-section.
The dangers of a C-section are mainly massive blood loss, needing a blood transfusion or emergency hysterectomy. Especially with an emergency C-section, organ damage can result, such as damage to the bladder or intestines. The infections most commonly seen after a c-section are uterine or bladder infections.
Another danger of C-sections is the emergence of blood clots. These clots can appear in the veins of the legs or pelvis and it is possible that they travel to the lungs, causing potentially lethal pulmonary embolisms. The more the patient remains sedentary, the higher the risk.
More side effects of Cesarean sections are abdominal adhesions, which is scar tissue that connects tissues and organs. These connections can form between the bladder, intestines, uterus, fallopian tubes or other organs. Adhesions may occur and cause no problems whatsoever, however in some cases they can cause pain, vomiting or even severe abdominal or pelvic pain or even bowel obstructions.
This is our research on the alleged dangers of C section / adverse effects of C section and not medical advice!