29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi.. Is it true that a mother who had previous c section delivery can't expect a normal birth for the second child

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Answer: Hello... Yeah normal birth is possible after C-section but after C-section uterus become week and there is risk that the uterus will tear from the side where u had stiches and the risk increases with increase in number of c- section. It is possible after 1 C-section that you may have normal delivery if your doctor permits but after 2 or 3 C-section the risk factor increases.
Answer: Hi normally ones they had c section then generally goes second also for c section according to doctors . But there can be normal delivery also possible . Its all in doctors think.
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