Answer: Hi dear, Mostly previous c section delivery,would make the normal delivery next time difficult.the successive delivery post c sections are mostly c section only.VBAC is what it is called.vaginal birth after C section.if everything looks good with your reports,doctors will monitor you more closely during your labour if you've had a caesarean before. This is because of a risk of the scar from your last caesarean tearing during contractions,utrene rupture,which is very very rear but possible..
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Question: Is it possible if your first delivery is C-section then is it possible for second delivery to be normal???
Answer: Hllo dear Normal delvry depends on the condition of pregnancy. ..if there s no complication such as babys position .cervix size ..babys heart beat ..then normal delvry ll be... so u should try these remedies.. Go 4 a walk daily for 15 to 30 min.daily twice a day.. Take healthy diet..as fresh fruits gren veg paneer cheese butter...Dont take stress otherwise Bp ll high .nd it s diificult to go 4 normal delvery..Go 4 yoga .. as alom vilom ,suryanamshkar, cat pose ,tree pose, triangle pose , butterfly pose ..u can do bith ball exercise...Birthball s a simply exercise ball..it used get relief for pelvic pressure .it help u to prepare 4 labour.. Do all house hold work..
Question: First c section second time normal delivery is possible
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. We would not be able to judge if it would be a c-section or a normal delivery. However, you can try veginal birth after c section, there are many women who have had success rate with vbac (veginal birth after c section). You can also talk to your doctor regarding this. Take care.
Question: hii L had first delivery c section and is it possible for second delivery normal
Answer: it's impossible to predict with any certainty who will be able to have a vaginal delivery and whowill end up with a repeat c-section. Attempting a VBACis called a trial of labor after cesarean (TOLAC). Overall, about 60 to 80 percent of women who attempt a VBAC deliver vaginally.