C-Section Delivery In Yamuna Vihar, Delhi


Dr. Saloni Aggarwal is one of the best Obstetricians and gynecologist who performs the cesarean section surgery in Yamuna Vihar, Delhi. Providing cesarean section or C-section Surgery in Yamuna Vihar, Delhi over the last 2 years at a very affordable cost.

At Dr. Aggarwal’s Wellness Multispecialty Hospital, when vagianl birth is not safe for mother or child; we avail cesarean section which is painless and without post-surgery complications. We assure adequate prenatal care for mother and child, epidural anesthesia for painless labour, and obstetrics support, for newborns.


A cesarean section or a c-section is a surgical procedure to deliver a baby when a vaginal delivery is not possible or safe, or when the health of the mother or the baby is at risk. This procedure involves making surgical incisions in the abdomen and the uterus to deliver the baby.


We have the best High-Risk pregnancy doctor near you At Dr. Aggarwal’s Wellness Multispeciality Hospital in Yamuna Vihar, Delhi. Our hospital offers a whole range of treatments, with a focus on subfertility and infertility. She has also performed an endoscopy, hysteroscopy, cesarean section, high-risk pregnancy, and other operations.


The baby is C- Section delivered through an incision in the mother's abdomen during a C- Section delivery. When it is too dangerous for a normal vaginal delivery due to certain medical conditions or emergencies, the doctor requests a cesarean section delivery. When the baby shows signs of fetal distress or passes stool in the uterus, the mother is tired of a long labour, or the baby's oxygen supply is cut off as the umbilical cord slips through the cervix, this is considered a medical emergency. C-sections are recommended when normal delivery is not possible or when the expecting mother fails to deliver the baby using standard procedure. We have C-section specialists on staff. After a long labor, when a woman is too tired to push, or when the oxygen supply is cut off, this method is used. Reasons for C-section delivery can be baby or babies are in an unusual position, carrying more than one baby, previous cesarean delivery, blood clots, and the baby’s head being too big for the birth canal.



After cesarean section delivery and discharge from the hospital, you will have to take adequate rest at home so that the stitches can heal quickly. After 12 days you can start normal daily routine work without doing any strenuous activity for another 12 days. You would have to visit Dr. Saloni Aggarwal at Dr. Aggarwal’s Wellness Multispeciality Hospital Yamuna vihar, Delhi, for follow-up after 7 days from the date of discharge. Whenever there is a problem like severe abdominal pain, you should inform Dr. Saloni Aggarwal.


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Benefits of C- section:

  • In high-risk pregnancies or if normal delivery complications arise, the C section is a safe way to save mother and baby.

  • A woman with a low pain threshold cannot bear labour pain, so there may be a greater risk for chronic pain, postpartum depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. with a c-section, it can be avoided.

  • It lowers the risk of a baby being deprived of oxygen at the time of delivery.

  • It decreases the risk of trauma to the baby while passing through the birth canal.

Benefits of taking this treatment from us:-

  • Experienced staff: Our gynecologist has the right experience to carry out high-risk pregnancies.

  • 24 × 7 neonatal ICU: Along with the mother we care for your little one and in cases of emergency we have a round-the-clock NICU for newborns.

  • Expertise in C-section: Our multidisciplinary team of obstetricians and paramedics manage C- section with high-quality care and compassion.

  • State-of-the-art infrastructure: Our hospital is well equipped with cutting-edge technology and modern infrastructure provides gamut services under one roof.

Precaution: 

A C-section is major surgery and requires aftercare for better healing.

  • Rest is important and do not perform physical activity.

  • Do not lift heavy weight, it may put pressure on the stitches.

  • Have a healthy diet and take medication regularly.

  • Refrain from sex until recovery.


C-section Delivery In Yamuna vihar

Step-by-step approach: 

At Dr. Aggarwal’s Wellness Multispecialty Hospital, our gynaecologist evaluates mother and child health periodically in various aspects.

In case normal delivery is not possible, doctors schedule elective or planned cesarean sections.

Sometimes depending upon the baby or mother’s condition emergency C-section can be performed. It may be due to fetal distress, no progress of labour, complications during normal delivery like bleeding, convulsions etc.

We offer comprehensive medical care, and our gynaecological procedures are aimed at safety and quality care for mother and baby.

Our obstetrics department facilitates focused prenatal care and C-section delivery in high-risk pregnancies.


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You will be given either general anesthesia, an epidural block, or a spinal block. If general anesthesia is used, you will not be awake during the delivery. An epidural block numbs the lower half of the body.

An incision is made through your skin and the wall of the abdomen. The skin incision may be transverse (horizontal or "bikini") or vertical, near the pubic hairline. The muscles in your abdomen are separated and may not need to be cut. Another incision will be made in the wall of the uterus. The incision in the wall of the uterus also will be either transverse or vertical. The baby will be delivered through the incisions, the umbilical cord will be cut, and then the placenta will be removed. The uterus will be closed with stitches that will dissolve in the body. Stitches or staples are used to close your abdominal skin.

You may need to stay in bed for a while. The first few times you get out of bed, a nurse or other adult should help you. A hospital stay after a cesarean birth usually is a couple of days. The length of your stay depends on the reason for the cesarean birth and on how long it takes for your body to recover. When you go home, you may need to take special care of yourself and limit your activities.

Ideally, it takes about 6 weeks for the C-section incision scar to heal completely. However, this varies from mom to mom. If you don’t take proper care or lack the necessary nutrients in your body to help heal, then it may even take longer.