A few questions- During the Nuchal, they saw scar tissue from my c section. They said it wasn't a problem because the baby wasn't near it, btu what happens when the baby gets bigger and there is less room? will I need another C-section?
Also, I have red dots which are not raised. Is this from the testosterone and does this mean I am having another boy? I had them early on when pregnant with my son but they started much later this pregnancy.
anyone ever been told they have a cyst on their umbilical cord Dr. say's I should take a cvs I'm 13weeks 3 days preg. dr. says ultrasound showed decreased blood flow to baby in part of cord salso I hve 2 vains 1 artary
I had a C-section with my first child and tried a VBAC with my second. I ended up having to have an emergency C-sect because my baby was in distress. It turns out it was because of scar tissue from my first C-section. The doctor told me that if I were to have any more children I should not even consider trying to deliver vaginally. I hope this helps.
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