Secar Or Normal?
Hello, I want to ask about a normal birth in my second pregnancy. Is there a possibility that I can give birth normally, after the first 5 years apart. On July 26, I was scheduled to have sc, but I wanted to be born normally .. Is there any possibility that I can give birth normally, while from the results of my routine checkup, the baby’s condition is always in good health. nPlease help, I am the one who is also worried about the birth of my second child.
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Normal delivery after caesarean section is not impossible, but it is also not free from risks. Normal delivery after a C-section is known as VBAC (Vaginal Birthing After Caesaria). This action can be done if there are no complications from normal labor. Here are some things that need to be considered as follows:
The distance of the first cesarean section was at least 24 months ago. There was no complication such as a large pelvic door. The mother's condition was quite healthy and there were no diseases that could endanger the mother and baby. Previous caesarean section was performed with a lower uterine incision. Ask this question to the doctor who treats you. There is no location or breech abnormalities or babies with a large enough weight. Whether or not you can have a normal delivery depends on your condition and the baby, of course. However, you have already been scheduled for a C-surgery, so consult your doctor about the current indication for performing a C-section and what difficulties and risks may arise with normal delivery.
That's all I can say, hopefully it's useful.
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