Can Women With A History Of Pregnancy Outside The Womb Be Able To Give Birth Normally?
Ass I want to ask …. I have been pregnant outside the womb … About 3 years ago … Now I am back to normal pregnancy … I am now 7 months pregnant … what I asked … Am I can be born normally after pregnancy surgery out of the womb ….
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In general, surgery for an ectopic pregnancy that has not experienced complications is only done laparoscopically only (surgery with a small incision / incision), therefore you will still be able to give birth normally. If certain complications have occurred during your previous ectopic pregnancy (ruptured / ruptured in the fallopian tube) until laparotomy surgery (surgery with a large incision), then you should discuss again with your obstetrician about your delivery plan, because this is very dependent on surgery that has been done before.
If until now you have never done an examination to the obstetrician (only doing an examination to the midwife), you should do an examination to the obstetrician first (at least to ensure the health condition of your pregnancy and fetus, and see the possibility of a normal delivery later). You need to remember, that even if your obstetrician has declared safe to do a normal delivery, cesarean section can still be recommended if in your delivery process things happen that are not desirable (for example, labor is not advanced, fetal distress occurs, the fetus is too large, etc.) . Always hope for the best, but prepare yourself also for other possibilities that can happen.
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