In what kind of cases may pregnant women need surgery?
On average, 2% of pregnant women in general?surgery is required for reasons such as appendicitis, gallbladder, pancreas, tubes and ovaries disease that are not related to pregnancy. In addition, breech region problems are frequently encountered during pregnancy.
What is the most appropriate period of pregnancy for surgery?
Usually such attempts are carried out in the second trimester, that is, 4-5- 6. it is preferable to do it Decently between months. In the first three months, the baby is still at the stage of organ development, there is a threat of miscarriage, and in the last three months, especially intra-abdominal surgeries are technically difficult and carry with them the risk of premature birth, since the baby has grown a lot.
For what reasons may surgery be required during pregnancy other than female reproductive organs?
Acute appendicitis: appendicitis surgery can be performed by laparoscopic method in the second trimester of pregnancy. Appendicitis in pregnant women occurs predominantly in the second trimester (trimester). In the case of pregnant women, if appendicitis bursts (perforation), the risk of premature birth and infant death increases by 4 times. In this case, it is also useful to know that the mother will also develop a vital risk
Acute gallbladder inflammations: gallbladder surgery can be performed by laparoscopic method during the second trimester of pregnancy. It is not necessary for every pregnant patient with stones or mud in the gallbladder to undergo surgery. It has been determined that bile sludge regresses spontaneously by 40% in pregnant women. But if a gallbladder stone gives symptoms and causes complaints such as pain, nausea and vomiting in the upper right side of the abdomen, and has caused the patient to be admitted to the hospital for this reason, surgery may be required.
Acute pancreatitis (acute pancreatitis): pancreatitis is observed in pregnant women, especially due to the height of fats (lipids) in the blood, and therefore a fat-poor diet becomes important.
Intestinal knotting: occurs in one in 3,000 pregnancies. 60% of them?i intestinal adhesions, 25%?i turn around the fatty tissue of the intestine (volvulus) and 5%?i, on the other hand, is seen due to the intertwining of the intestine.