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Question: Hii, this s my second pregnancy,now i'm 6weeks pregnant, my 1st delivery was C-section and now my daughter is 2years 3months old baby... can i have a normal delivery this time? Anyone pls let me know.
Answer: 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.
Question: I was having c- section on my first delivery 9 years back.can it is possible to have a normal delivery now,i am pregnant with 8 months now
Answer: Hello Dear My first was C-section. My gynac said that since there was just a gap of 2 yrs between my two deliveries, there is risk that the stitches could tear away if we were to look at a normal delivery. Also since the uterus opening has not become flexible enough during the first one, chances are that it might not happen during the second time also. Docs also do not take any chances as it might risk the mother's life if the previous stitches open up. But if yu have three years or plus gap then yu can definitely try for normal delivery if yu have a healthy pregnancy with no complications and yur doctor also suggest so. Take care
Question: My first delivery was a c section now I am pregnant for second baby is it possible to have a normal delivery wat I mustdo for tat
Answer: Dear I also had a cesarian 4 yrs back and now planning for second. My doctor told me to keep a gap of 3 yrs in both the pregnancy if zi wish to have a normal delivery. But she also told me that normal or cesarian depends on the condition of me during my pregnancy and at the time of delievery as cesarians are not planned they happen due to complications. Hope I helped.