Can You Give Birth Normally After 2x Caesarean Section?
mlm I linda I am 26 years old ,, I was pregnant k3 and the first child and the second I was born in the way sc ,, my first child because premature and my second child because the distance between the first and second only 9 months, my question is whether I could be born normal now my second child is 3 years 9 months, and if I have to sc again … does it have to be sterile ,, thank you 🙏🏼
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Determination of the best labor techniques, whether normal or cesarean, is considered for a variety of factors, for example:
Maternal conditions, such as age, pelvic area, illness (eg heart problems, myopia, uncontrolled hypertension)
Fetal conditions, such as fetal distress, musculoskeletal abnormalities, malposition, congenital defects, tingling (twins)
Others, such as placental position, facility availability, previous delivery history, and so on
Indeed, it is not impossible that mothers who had previously had a cesarean delivery twice had normal labor. However, first you need to make sure that there are no other complications in your labor, as explained above. You also need to know, that mothers who had previously given birth by cesarean section, if labor is done normally will be higher risk of experiencing uterine rupture (uterine tears) which can cause massive bleeding even to life-threatening. Uterine contractions in mothers who have a history of having a cesarean delivery are often not good, so it often causes obstacle of labor.
Therefore, without intending to discourage you, if on 2 previous deliveries you have had a cesarean section, it is safer if you return to have a cesarean section on your third labor later.
Regarding sterility, referring to the age of 26 years old, this can be done or may not be done. If you get pregnant again, then the risk of complications, both during pregnancy and post-copy, will be greater, considering you have had cesarean section more than 1 time, so your doctor may recommend that you undergo sterilization. However, again, this is not absolute and may differ depending on your condition. So, it is not right if this question is answered based only on online consultations like this.
Better, you consult your questions directly to the obstetrician who examined you huh ..
I hope this helps.