Question:

1. What is the rate of women needing Episiotomy procedure? Why do women need Episiotomy? Can a women prevent the need for gettin

1. What is the rate of women needing
Episiotomy procedure? Why do
women need Episiotomy? Can a
women prevent the need for getting
an episiotomy?
2. How is manual manipulation actually
performed for Breech delivery- the
procedure is called an External
Cephalic Version procedure? How
frequently is this procedure
performed? What is the rate of
Breech delivery?
3. How frequently is the uterine artery
severed during c-section delivery?
How does that actually happen?
How is the uterine artery actually
renaired2

1. What is the rate of women needing Episiotomy procedure? Why do women need Episiotomy? Can a women prevent the need for getting an episiotomy? 2. How is manual manipulation actually performed for Breech delivery- the procedure is called an External Cephalic Version procedure? How frequently is this procedure performed? What is the rate of Breech delivery? 3. How frequently is the uterine artery severed during c-section delivery? How does that actually happen? How is the uterine artery actually renaired2

Answer

1)
An episiotomy is an incision made in the perineum – the tissue between the vaginal opening and the
anus – during childbirth. Although the procedure was once a routine part of childbirth, that's no longer
the case. If you're planning a vaginal delivery, here's what you need to know about episiotomy and
childbirth
We need an episiotomy and you haven't had any type of anesthesia or the anesthesia has worn off,
you'll likely receive an injection of a local anesthetic to numb the tissue. You shouldn't feel your health
care provider making the incision or repairing the episiotomy, but recovery can be uncomfortable. Your
healthcare provider will discuss different techniques for improving your comfort as you heal.
2)
External cephalic version, or version, is a procedure used to turn a fetus from a breech position or side-
lying (transverse) position into a head-down (vertex) position before labor begins. When successful,
version makes it possible for you to try a vaginal birth.
Version is done most often before labor begins, typically around 37 weeks. Version is sometimes used
during labor before the amniotic sac has ruptured.
A scheduled cesarean is used to deliver most breech births if a version doesn't work.
3)
The uterine arteries are the main blood vessels that supply blood to the
uterus. They give off branches that supply different portions of the uterus and
plays an important role in maintaining blood supply during physiological
processes, such as the altering endometrium during the menstrual cycle and
growth of the uterus during pregnancy. During its course, the uterine artery
passes anterior to the distal ureter; some refer to this as “water under the
bridge."

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1) An episiotomy is an incision made in the perineum – the tissue between the vaginal opening and the anus – during childbirth. Although the procedure was once a routine part of childbirth, that's no longer the case. If you're planning a vaginal delivery, here's what you need to know about episiotomy and childbirth We need an episiotomy and you haven't had any type of anesthesia or the anesthesia has worn off, you'll lik... Download the app for the rest