The Possibility Of Getting Pregnant Again With A History Of Caesarean Section?
Hello, I had a caesarean section about 1 year 2 months. I plan to have more children. I am now 32 years old. I am in SC because my baby’s first birth has duodenal stenosis, so u003cspan style = “color: # 222222; font-family: arial, sans-serif; ” u003epolyhydramnion u003c / span u003e and SC must be treated. My SC incision u003cspan style = “color: # 000000; font-family: ‘Trebuchet MS’, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; text-align: justify; ” u003low latitude (incision from side to side made in the lower part of the uterus). u003c / span u003eI also have hemorrhoids, although they have not recurred, but there are small lumps (5mm in diameter) due to the hemorrhoids.
From the info you convey,
1. There is a history of caesarean delivery in the first delivery, a pregnant woman has the possibility of undergoing vaginal delivery or normal delivery in subsequent pregnancies. The chances of this normal pregnancy can occur in about 60-80% of women who can undergo normal delivery after undergoing a previous cesarean section.
2. Further pregnancies are expected to be lived after 18-24 months after the next pregnancy. This means the time to start the second pregnancy.
3. To ensure a normal delivery in subsequent pregnancies, subsequent pregnancy and childbirth can be carried out under the supervision of an obstetrician in general. The doctor will carry out an evaluation during pregnancy before delivery. And the next delivery will be ascertained based on the condition of the pregnancy at the time approaching delivery
4. The maximum caesarean section can be done 3 times to prevent the risk of unwanted uterine tear.
And overall, if you are planning a pregnancy program again, you should discuss it with your obstetrician. And during labor, have a good labor, and follow your doctor's advice for either a normal delivery plan or a CS based on the results of the final examination that has been done by your doctor.
That is the information we can convey, also read the discussion and VBAC.