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Okay to any other moms who have had a cesarean child birth. I am pregnant with my 2nd child on the way and had to have an emergency cesarean with my first., im wondering do/will they cut over the same spot or make a new cut due to to much scar tissue forming!?
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First of all, Congratulations on your pregnancy. With my second c section they cut over the old scar, my husband even said that Dr removed a piece of scar tissue while doing the opp. Probably to prevent too much scar tissue build up. Healthy pregnancy***
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Thank you!! Alright thats good i was worried thelat they wouldnt go through the same spot!! Thank you for answering my question!!
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I had a csection with my 1st and with this one they want me to do a vbac. But I was curious about this too
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Thought it was very dangerous to do that after having a c section an and emergency one at that for your 2nd...? Isnt it very risky.?
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They recommended me to have a vbac because several csection is more dangerous
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Thought it was very dangerous to do that after having a c section an and emergency one at that for your 2nd...? Isnt it very risky.?
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I had a c section with my first and this is my second and they want me to do a vback too, my mother in law thought the same thing but apparently it's safer now?
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I had a emergency csection with fist 2 half yrs ago nd I had a vbac with my sec who now 5 weeks old
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So does the vbac have to be recommended by your ob/gyn or can u ask them im still curious on why theyre all of a sudden not dangerous anymore or are they still but doctors can keep risk at a minimum.
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