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C Section Due To Herpes

I just worry about what to tell my family if I have to have a c-section. Anyone with similar experiences and worries? Posted: 11112007 by removed18-feb-2009 09: 30: 50 am. I was diagnosed about 3 years ago with Genital Herpes and I just found out I was pregnant a week ago. Due date or child’s birthday: Will I need a cesarean delivery if I have herpes? Calculate my due date. I am pregnant with baby2 and I do have genital herpes and have had it for a long time. It must be very painful to have a C-section because of an outbreak.

Some mothers do request a C-section because they want to do everything possible to avoid infecting their babies. Some 20-30 of neonatal herpes cases are caused by HSV-1, so this is a real danger. I have genital herpes and contracted it 8 years ago from an ex boyfriend. However, maybe if you are able to get the c-section, it may not be as important. but you definitely need to check with the doc and make sure that there is no danger in you NOT taking the meds. But you are already well into the 3rd trimester, and typically drugs are most dangerous in early pregnancies when the fetuses are still developing, forming limbs, etc. Twins born too early at 23 weeks due to incompetent cervix FET 1, IUI 1, 2, 3, 4 – all BFN IVF 3 BFP! IT’S A BOY! Born July 16th, 2011 FET 2 BFP! Due February 15, 2013. Neonatal disease due to Herpes simplex virus (HSV) is still of major concern. It has been recommended that a cesarean section should be performed if active lesions are present at the onset of labour (7).

Herpes And Pregnancy

Only pregnant women with active herpes, says Dr. Judith Reichman, may need a cesarean. But many don’t even know they are infected. Jan. 7, 2003 – Women infected with herpes can reduce the risk of passing the virus on to their children by having a cesarean section and taking other safety precautions during pregnancy and delivery, according to a new study. Agree completely with Little Miss’s – I had a surprise C-section 2 weeks ago and everything went really well, check with your hospital as to their proceedures re breastfeeding on the table – my little bloke was put directly on me no later than 30 seconds after he was out, and I was assisted to breastfeed in recovery. If your worried about going into labour before your elective, just ring your midwife when ur in labour and then she will ring the hospital and let them know you are coming in, and that you need a c section due to the herpes.

The first major study putting the practice to the test has found that performing C-sections on women with active herpes reduces the rate of newborns becoming infected during delivery. Have the C-section because of the herpes. there can be serious complications to your baby even though you have no active sores. This in part is due to the transfer of significant titer of protective maternal antibodies to the fetus from about the seventh month of pregnancy. I contracted the herpes virus from an ex partner years ago. Thanks ladies, I have been reading up on it and although I never planned to have a section I do feel as Loola says that the risks of birthing vaginally with herpes do outweigh the risk of c section. I’m 32 weeks pregnant tomorrow, and I have been tested positive with Group B Strep and Genital Herpes, I am seriously considering a C-Section due to infections reaching baby when he pushes through the birth canal, really not wanting to take any risks, I’d rather myself get an infection from the C-Section, than my baby going through any sort of discomfort or illness, I know there is much more risk of baby getting anything giving birth vaginally and I know I get a iv drip before anything happens, but still considering c section. For more than 30 years, physicians have assumed that any expectant mother with genital herpes lesions at delivery must deliver her baby by Cesarean section to minimize chances of transmission of the disease to the infant, although there was no clinical or research information supporting that practice. A cesarean delivery (also called a surgical birth) is a surgical procedure used to deliver an infant (figure 1). The mother has an active infection, such as herpes or HIV, that could be transmitted to the infant during vaginal delivery. It avoids the possibility of postterm pregnancy, in which the baby is born two or more weeks after its due date.

C-sections Do Reduce Newborns’ Herpes Risk

Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). If active HSV infection is present at the time of delivery, cesarean section should be performed. 8 Most of these infections are caused by HSV-2, but 15 to 30 percent are found to be caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). Most congenital herpes infections are due to HSV-2. Did she have active genital herpes? Dr. M performs so many c-sections that it is almost as if she finds it personally offensive for a woman to deliver vaginally. I read these stories over and over and over again mom is told she’s going to have an enormous baby, maybe even a 10 pounder, and is going over her due date by a few minutes, and is scared into accepting either an induction into a likely c-section, or just plain proceeding straight to c-section. Birth-acquired herpes is an infection that develops in utero, or during or shortly after birth. If you are an expectant mother that has herpes, discuss your situation with your doctor well before your due date. Infants born through C-section bypass the birth canal, eliminating exposure to an active genital herpes infection. Oral maternal herpes, or presence of genital vesicles or culture positive genital herpes, with infant delivered by C-section with intact membranes. Since neonatal HSV infection can occur as late as 6 weeks after delivery, physicians must be vigilant and not ignore a new rash or symptoms that might be caused by HSV. Genital herpes infections are caused by HSV-2 or HSV-1. Importantly, neonatal infection has occurred in spite of cesarean delivery performed prior to the rupture of membranes (97). The growing C-section rate is always the subject of debate and is one that is closely associated with Hollywood. Just 100 years ago, they were only done to save the baby when the Mother wasn’t expected to make it, because back then, they didn’t believe in sewing up the uterus due to risk of infection, and so women typically bled to death or died of infection! Modern suture material made todays C sections possible. A lot of them have no choice, if you have herpes its safer for the baby to hava a C-Section. Women with partial previas will usually need a c-section due to bleeding problems, but those with marginal previas can often deliver vaginally. Active genital herpes: Any active herpetic lesions in the vaginal area can infect the baby as it passes through the birth canal. And ocular effects gout recent years the final c section due to herpes. Also if you have herpes & did a csection did you choose the csection or did the doctor recommend one? I have herpes & at my last visit my doctor was telling me all about the risks & possible side effects of delivering vaginally with herpes. HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins) ; 1 child; Kentucky 20969 posts.

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C Section Due To Herpes

I just worry about what to tell my family if I have to have a c-section. Anyone with similar experiences and worries? Posted: 11112007 by removed18-feb-2009 09: 30: 50 am. I was diagnosed about 3 years ago with Genital Herpes and I just found out I was pregnant a week ago. Due date or child’s birthday: Will I need a cesarean delivery if I have herpes? Calculate my due date. I am pregnant with baby2 and I do have genital herpes and have had it for a long time. It must be very painful to have a C-section because of an outbreak.

Some mothers do request a C-section because they want to do everything possible to avoid infecting their babies. Some 20-30 of neonatal herpes cases are caused by HSV-1, so this is a real danger. I have genital herpes and contracted it 8 years ago from an ex boyfriend. However, maybe if you are able to get the c-section, it may not be as important. but you definitely need to check with the doc and make sure that there is no danger in you NOT taking the meds. But you are already well into the 3rd trimester, and typically drugs are most dangerous in early pregnancies when the fetuses are still developing, forming limbs, etc. Twins born too early at 23 weeks due to incompetent cervix FET 1, IUI 1, 2, 3, 4 – all BFN IVF 3 BFP! IT’S A BOY! Born July 16th, 2011 FET 2 BFP! Due February 15, 2013. Neonatal disease due to Herpes simplex virus (HSV) is still of major concern. It has been recommended that a cesarean section should be performed if active lesions are present at the onset of labour (7).

Herpes And Pregnancy

Only pregnant women with active herpes, says Dr. Judith Reichman, may need a cesarean. But many don’t even know they are infected. Jan. 7, 2003 – Women infected with herpes can reduce the risk of passing the virus on to their children by having a cesarean section and taking other safety precautions during pregnancy and delivery, according to a new study. Agree completely with Little Miss’s – I had a surprise C-section 2 weeks ago and everything went really well, check with your hospital as to their proceedures re breastfeeding on the table – my little bloke was put directly on me no later than 30 seconds after he was out, and I was assisted to breastfeed in recovery. If your worried about going into labour before your elective, just ring your midwife when ur in labour and then she will ring the hospital and let them know you are coming in, and that you need a c section due to the herpes.

The first major study putting the practice to the test has found that performing C-sections on women with active herpes reduces the rate of newborns becoming infected during delivery. Have the C-section because of the herpes. there can be serious complications to your baby even though you have no active sores. This in part is due to the transfer of significant titer of protective maternal antibodies to the fetus from about the seventh month of pregnancy. I contracted the herpes virus from an ex partner years ago. Thanks ladies, I have been reading up on it and although I never planned to have a section I do feel as Loola says that the risks of birthing vaginally with herpes do outweigh the risk of c section. I’m 32 weeks pregnant tomorrow, and I have been tested positive with Group B Strep and Genital Herpes, I am seriously considering a C-Section due to infections reaching baby when he pushes through the birth canal, really not wanting to take any risks, I’d rather myself get an infection from the C-Section, than my baby going through any sort of discomfort or illness, I know there is much more risk of baby getting anything giving birth vaginally and I know I get a iv drip before anything happens, but still considering c section. For more than 30 years, physicians have assumed that any expectant mother with genital herpes lesions at delivery must deliver her baby by Cesarean section to minimize chances of transmission of the disease to the infant, although there was no clinical or research information supporting that practice. A cesarean delivery (also called a surgical birth) is a surgical procedure used to deliver an infant (figure 1). The mother has an active infection, such as herpes or HIV, that could be transmitted to the infant during vaginal delivery. It avoids the possibility of postterm pregnancy, in which the baby is born two or more weeks after its due date.

C-sections Do Reduce Newborns’ Herpes Risk

Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). If active HSV infection is present at the time of delivery, cesarean section should be performed. 8 Most of these infections are caused by HSV-2, but 15 to 30 percent are found to be caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). Most congenital herpes infections are due to HSV-2. Did she have active genital herpes? Dr. M performs so many c-sections that it is almost as if she finds it personally offensive for a woman to deliver vaginally. I read these stories over and over and over again mom is told she’s going to have an enormous baby, maybe even a 10 pounder, and is going over her due date by a few minutes, and is scared into accepting either an induction into a likely c-section, or just plain proceeding straight to c-section. Birth-acquired herpes is an infection that develops in utero, or during or shortly after birth. If you are an expectant mother that has herpes, discuss your situation with your doctor well before your due date. Infants born through C-section bypass the birth canal, eliminating exposure to an active genital herpes infection. Oral maternal herpes, or presence of genital vesicles or culture positive genital herpes, with infant delivered by C-section with intact membranes. Since neonatal HSV infection can occur as late as 6 weeks after delivery, physicians must be vigilant and not ignore a new rash or symptoms that might be caused by HSV. Genital herpes infections are caused by HSV-2 or HSV-1. Importantly, neonatal infection has occurred in spite of cesarean delivery performed prior to the rupture of membranes (97). The growing C-section rate is always the subject of debate and is one that is closely associated with Hollywood. Just 100 years ago, they were only done to save the baby when the Mother wasn’t expected to make it, because back then, they didn’t believe in sewing up the uterus due to risk of infection, and so women typically bled to death or died of infection! Modern suture material made todays C sections possible. A lot of them have no choice, if you have herpes its safer for the baby to hava a C-Section. Women with partial previas will usually need a c-section due to bleeding problems, but those with marginal previas can often deliver vaginally. Active genital herpes: Any active herpetic lesions in the vaginal area can infect the baby as it passes through the birth canal. And ocular effects gout recent years the final c section due to herpes. Also if you have herpes & did a csection did you choose the csection or did the doctor recommend one? I have herpes & at my last visit my doctor was telling me all about the risks & possible side effects of delivering vaginally with herpes. HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins) ; 1 child; Kentucky 20969 posts.

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