I have just turned 30 my husband hade a vasectomy 7 and a half years ago while I was pregnant with our 4th child all delivered naturally. 4 years later I fell pregnant with our 5th baby he was 12 weeks premature I had to have an emergency ceaser, he is now a very healthy 3 year old. My biggest concern now is what are the chances of falling pregnant again (my husbands count was low to normal 15 million per ml instead of 20 million per ml)? What are the chances of another premature baby? Will I have to have another ceaser? Also does anyone know what some of the causes of premature babies are?
Hi, no reversal of vasectomy it just rejoined on its own, I'm was never really told why I had a premature baby, all I know is I had a really bad urine infection and blood in my urine. I started having contractions they were able to stop it the first time and then the next night they started again 1 minute apart very painful and I did not dialate at all but I was ready to push. I hope this helps a little more. Thanks Richelle
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