Problem description: I have been pregnant for six months now. I found that I was unwell in the past two days. I went to the hospital and checked it because appendicitis requires surgery. Can other operations be done during pregnancy?
Question date:2020-10-22
Patient information:Age: 25 Gender: Female
Is it possible to perform other operations during pregnancy , It depends on the specific situation.
If there are no special circumstances after pregnancy, most pregnant women will not consider surgery. However, a small number of pregnant women may need surgery for various reasons, such as appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, trauma, etc., requiring surgical treatment, which requires the obstetrician and surgeon to discuss together to decide whether the operation is necessary, and the appropriate surgical method, and operation Timing, methods of anesthesia, medications during and after surgery, etc.
It is recommended to choose surgical methods and drugs that have the least impact on pregnant women and fetuses. Surgery is generally performed during 4 to 5 months of pregnancy. It is relatively safe for mothers and babies, and the abdominal incision heals well after surgery.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection