16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My first baby was by sesarianmy first baby was by C section delivery... I suffered with chickengunia fever in complete 7 month hence the. Amniotic fluid was reducing... Now i m 15 week pregnant . Is it necessary that the 2 babay will also be by c section

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Answer: Hi dear I would not say that vaginal birth or be back is not possible after a C section delivery but Vbac should be attempted only if the previous pregnancy was c sectioned due to issue in baby. If the issue was with you like not dilated well, the Dr. will not recommend you try a vbac. Most Dr. recommend a 3 year gap between babies for the risk of scarring, it also depends on how well the previous c section was done and how clean the stitches are done. Consider all these factors and talk to a doctor who is supportive and knowledgeable on VBAC.. Hope this helps!
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