To Find the Quality of Life in Multiparae Women Who Have Undergone Multiple C-Section

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International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) | Volume VII, Issue III, March 2020 | ISSN 2321–2705

To Find the Quality of Life in Multiparae Women Who Have Undergone Multiple C-Section

R. Padmasaranya1, Kaviya.M2, G.Shravanthi3, Vadivelan.K4*
1,2,3 Physiotherapists, SRM College of Physiotherapy, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, Chengalpattu, India
4 Associate Professor , SRM College of Physiotherapy, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, Chengalpattu, India
*Corresponding Author

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Abstract
Background: The rate of caesarean section has been increasing steadily in recent years. There is increased risk of maternal morbidities such as haemorrhage, infection, postpartum depression along with fatigue, headache, lack of sleep, anaemia, urinary infection and other conditions in women who underwent caesarean section which has an influence on their quality of life.
Objective: The aim of the study is to find the quality of life in multiparae women who have undergone multiple caesarean section in Kattankulathur.
Methodology: 30 multiparae mothers who have undergone multiple caesarean section were included in this study according to the criteria and the Maternal Postpartum Quality of Life questionnaire was distributed to them to assess their quality of life post-delivery.
Outcome Measures: Maternal Postpartum Quality of Life questionnaire.
Results And Conclusion: Caesarean section is followed by number of complications affecting the mother’s quality of life. This study concludes that the quality of life is reduced in multiparae women who have undergone multiple c section.

Keywords: caesarean section, multiparae, quality of life, maternal postpartum quality of life questionnaire

I. INTRODUCTION

In recent years, the rate of cesarean section has been increasing steadily. Elective c-section is indicated in conditions such as CPD, DM, eclampsia, serious injury or illness to the mother, previous C-section, placenta praevia, multiple births and breech delivery. The reasons for emergency c-section involves fetal or maternal distress, failed trail of forceps, prolapse of cord, failure to progress. Lower segmental c-section is more commonly performed procedure when compared with that of classical or longitudinal incision. The surgical procedure can be performed either under general or epidural anesthesia out of which both plays a part in post-operative complications.1