there are increased risks with every c/s. the risks are particular higher for placenta accreta which is a condition wherein your placenta grows into the lining of the muscle. this risk is higher with higher numbers of c/s. this is not to say it will happen but it is something you should have a doctor checking out for. the risk of uterine rupture also increases with grand parity, which you are also at risk for particularly with a high number of c/s. again, this does not mean that you will have this happen. if i were you, however, i would ask that my care be managed by a high risk doctor. congratulations and good luck, i am sure it will work out wonderfully! keep us updated!
i have 3 c/sections and i have 3 boys i lost a baby at 5 monthes before my last son he is now 20 months old and my c/sections all went well
but i had gestational diabeties with 2 of my sons
so would it be safe to try for another id love a wee girl
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