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Question: Is there any chance of normal delivery after having c-section in first delivry

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Answer: Hi dear, That answer depends on a number of issues, but many women are able to give birth vaginally after having a previous c-section (a process nicknamed VBAC, vaginal birth after c-section). The main risk of having a VBAC is uterine rupture, in which the c-section incision re-opens during delivery. Today doctors are screening women more carefully before recommending VBACs. So while fewer are being performed, they are much safer and more successful. But only your doctor can determine for sure if you're one of them
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