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What sequela can caesarean section hit anaesthetic? Does anesthesia cause memory loss

Every mother's birth process is very great, but there are also some mothers who will choose caesarean section. Some mothers ask, 'I've had more than two years since my Caesarean section, and I still have lumbar pain and general weakness. Is this related to caesarean section and anesthesia?' so is Caesarean section really related to anesthesia? What are the sequelae of caesarean section and anesthesia?

Most of the parturients feel that the anesthesia sequelae of caesarean section is actually psychological Related article link:

1. Physical discomfort

Many parturients feel that there are anesthesia sequelae of caesarean section, such as pain or tingling in the place where they feel numbing, and lack of strength in the whole body. In fact, experts say that most of the parturients feel that there are anesthesia sequelae of caesarean section, which are actually psychological effects, and only a small number of people actually have anesthesia sequelae of caesarean section. The above situation may be temporary nerve injury, which may be caused by direct mechanical stimulation or neurotoxicity of local anesthetics. Generally, the symptoms are mild, and can disappear in 3-6 months even without any drugs.

2. Memory loss

Many people mistakenly think that memory decline is the result of caesarean section anesthesia. In fact, there is no memory decline in the complications of anesthesia. Generally, there will be a short-term memory loss and unconsciousness after anesthesia, and it will recover soon after waking up, and the drug components retained in the body will also be decomposed and discharged in a certain period of time. Think memory drops, still psychological factor more, it is not caesarean section anaesthesia sequela Related article link:

3. General anesthesia

In China, the majority of caesarean section choose semi anesthesia, less choose general anesthesia. Intraspinal anesthesia is a good way of anesthesia and has the least effect on the pregnant women and fetus. But in some special cases, general anesthesia may be more appropriate. During pregnancy, because of the obesity and edema of respiratory mucosa, intubation is more difficult than other people. Foreign studies have confirmed that pregnant women are more prone to aspiration during general anesthesia, thus affecting ventilation function. But it does not belong to the category of anesthesia sequelae of caesarean section.