Childbirth By The VBAC Method After 2 Caesareans?
Good evening, r n Sorry, I want to ask. Now I am pregnant with my third child with a gestational age of 13 weeks. Birth of the first and second child before sc (c-section). With a distance of 2 years. My question is, can I give birth to a third child by means of VBAC (vaginal birth after c-section) After 2x sc? R nWhat does the minus eye affect the normal delivery path? Because my eyes the minus is quite high with minus 4.75. R n r nThanks for the answer doctor 🙂
The possibility of giving birth normally after a cesarean section or in a medical term called VBAC (vaginal birth after c-section) certainly remains. But it is necessary to pay attention to the history of previous pregnancy and the current pregnancy. Some criteria for someone to undergo VBAC include:
Does not have a narrow pelvis Does not experience rupture / tear uterus / uterus Have a history of SC 1x (the more it will increase the risk of uterine tears) There are no complications in pregnancy such as high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. The birth process without induction / stimulation Babies do not have a weight Therefore, to ensure that you can undergo VBAC, it is better to consult with your obstetrician first. By seeing the condition of your pregnancy directly, the doctor can give the best consideration and explain what complications can occur, especially in your baby later. read also born normal after cesarean
May be useful.