Cesarean Section Procedure

After the Cesarean Section Procedure

After your baby has been delivered, your placenta will be carefully removed from your uterus. At this time, you may also receive Pitocin®, which is a drug that causes the uterus to contract and helps prevent serious bleeding. Your doctor will then close the incision on your uterus, and the incisions in your skin will be closed with surgical staples or stitches that will later dissolve on their own.
 
Pregnancy and Pain

C-Section

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