I've not had experience with this, but a friend of mine had her uterus rupture during her 3rd delivery & nearly lost the baby & her own life. They told her not to have more kids but 2 years later she was pregnant again & delivered a little girl with no complications. She stopped after that. She didn't want to press her luck.
I am now seeing a specialist, my pervouse dr did not update my current dr at all. I had to send for my chart and records so my current dr could view it. The prevouse dr made many mistakes during my delivery that my current dr belives he is tring to "gloss over" to protect himself. If things were done correctly it is believed that I would have not ruptured then. We are very unsure of all of the info my prevouse dr is now sending as the first papers he sent said my devevery went without issue, and we are all aware that isnt true. We are now considering testing to see if we can see what the scaring looks like and if my dr can gage for himself the extent of the prevouse damage.
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