Answer: Hi dear,its totally ur doctor's decision if she goes for a c sec or not..As she knows ur body better..So it will be better if u consult with her for this..
Answer: Hi, yes, i think so as this is adequate. And if babys position is normal and everything is fine , normal delivery is fine
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Question: My first delivery is normal.. this is my second pregnancy.. my edd is on 8july..my amino fluid is just adequate 8 to 9.i want normal delivery. Is it possible
Considering you are already at 40 weeks and the level is adequate, if all other reports and baby's position is favorable then a normal delivery is definitely possible.
All the best.
Question: I have a c section delivery on first baby .Is it possible to have normal delivery this time?
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.....
Question: i had c-section delivery in my first baby. is it possible to have a normal delivery nxt time?
Answer: Hello! It is impossible to predict with any certainty who will be able to have a vaginal delivery and who will end up with a repeat c-section.
If you decide to try it, you'll need a caregiver who supports the idea. Your caregiver must also have admitting privileges at a hospital that allows VBACs and where appropriate coverage is available around-the-clock.
Not all hospitals meet the criteria for offering a VBAC. In addition, some hospitals simply avoid the controversy – and the potential for legal issues – surrounding VBACs by not allowing them. Most often, however, it's up to individual doctors whether they're willing to provide a VBAC.
VBACs are controversial, and it may be challenging to find a practitioner who's willing to do one. Give yourself plenty of time to look around.
you're a good candidate for a vaginal birth after a c-section if you meet all the following criteria:
Your previous cesarean incision was a low-transverse uterine incision (which is horizontal) rather than a vertical incision in your upper uterus (known as a "classical" incision) or T-shaped, which would put you at higher risk for uterine rupture. (Note that the type of scar on your belly may not match the one on your uterus.)
Your pelvis seems large enough to allow your baby to pass through safely. (While there's no way to know this for sure, your practitioner can examine your pelvis and make an educated guess.)
You've never had any other extensive uterine surgery, such as a myomectomy to remove fibroids.
You've never had a uterine rupture.
You have no medical condition or obstetric problem (such as a placenta previa or a large fibroid) that would make a vaginal delivery risky.
There's a doctor on site who can monitor your labor and perform an emergency c-section if necessary.
There's an anesthesiologist, other medical personnel, and equipment available around-the-clock to handle an emergency situation for you or your baby.
Hope this helps you .
Take care .