Is It Safe To Be Pregnant Again After 7 Months Of Cesar Surgery?
Good morning .
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, has your wife confirmed her pregnancy via ultrasound to the doctor? Or just passing the testpack?
Positive test packs indeed often indicate a pregnancy. However, some other conditions, such as improper testpack procedures, pregnancy disorders (such as ectopic pregnancy or grape pregnancy), even contamination of urine by drugs or bacteria can sometimes also make a positive testpack. Therefore, if you have not seen a doctor, it is not certain whether your wife is pregnant or not.
If it is true that your wife is pregnant, then the gap in pregnancy is too early can trigger its own risks, especially considering the history of childbirth before. According to some literature, mothers who have a history of cesarean delivery, if they are pregnant again in less than 2 years, are more at risk of experiencing health problems, such as miscarriage, uterine tears, prolonged labor, heart problems, hypertension and diabetes that are difficult to control, high potential for childbirth by cesarean section, post-saline bleeding, fetal distress, fetus dies in utero, fetus dies after birth, and so on.
However, in spite of the considerable risks, if your wife is indeed pregnant, the wisest step would be to continue the pregnancy, while trying to keep these risks from happening, or at least be well controlled. Therefore, you should accompany your wife to control her pregnancy periodically to the obstetrician. It is recommended for pregnant women with high risk such as your wife to undergo control to the obstetrician every 1 month at 1-7 months gestation, 2 weeks at age pregnancy 8 months, and once a week from the age of 9 months of pregnancy until the time for delivery.
Pregnant again after cesarean
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