Question: I have a bicornuate uterus pregnancy of 32 weeks after 1 miscarriage can I have normal delivery or c section is a must. I had resection of vaginal septum but it is still there in cervix and completely in uterus.
Answer: hello dear actually in a bicornuate uterus is associated with increased adverse reproductive outcomes, such as: Recurrent pregnancy loss. Preterm birth: The rate of preterm delivery is 15 to 25%. A pregnancy may not reach full term in a bicornuate uterus when the baby begins to grow in either of the uterine horns.A bicornuate womb is heart-shaped. Women with a bicornuate womb have no extra difficulties with conception or in early pregnancy, but there is a slightly higher risk of miscarriage and preterm birth. It can also affect the way the baby lies in later pregnancy so a caesarean birth might be recommended.
so trust and follow your doctor suggestions
Question: Helo I am two months pregnant but I have a prolapsed uterus after my first pregnancy. Will this effect my second pregnancy
Yes possible,some case illustrates that natural pregnancy during uterine prolapse is possible and the management of uterine prolapse during labor should be individualized, depending on the severity of the prolapse, gestational age, parity, and the patient's preference.
Question: This is my second pregnancy and first was cessarian so can i have normal delivery this time?
Answer: Hello dear.. Yes,it is possible but select a gynaecologist,who prefer more normal delivery,and scar thickness is also important thats most important, you can follow these steps , it will help you in achieving vaginal birth, Pregnancy is a wonderful phase ,in which each mom have amazing experience, vaginal birth can be achieved through diet and physical activites,and it is a natural and good start..
Your food should contain all nutrients that needed for you and your baby, wat you eat will be more noted during delivery, you should have that much strength and stamina to entering into a new phase
Include more fruits , vegetables, whole grains,oats,egg,lean chicken.
Include healthy snack option like dryfruits, Makhana,nuts
Avoid oily,fried ,packed stuff
Avoid refined sugar,pastries too
As all our moms advice to be active in these times, but at the same time rest is also to be taken in regular intervals
Mild walking for an 30 min is essential
Kegal exercises can help a lot,but you should starting doing this with doctors advice
Join maternity yoga classes,they not only helps in delivery , it helps in postnatal care too
Keep your mind relaxed, enjoy your favourite hobby.
Get enough sleep, whenever possible and intake of water is also taken in account