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Will I Have A Safe Delivery If I Was To Get Pregnant Again

July 30th 2012 I Had My First And Only Child At 14Yrs Old And My Due Date Was August 10th My Pressure Was Really High I Was Vomittin Everything Up Food ,Gatorade,Powerade, & Water . I Had Went To The Emergency Room July 29th Around 6-7Pm And Later That Night 12:50 I Had A Emergency Csection And I Didnt Feel Any Contractions I Really Aint feel Nothing , But Its About To Be 4 Years And I Want To Have Another Kid But From My Previous Experience Giving Birth The Doctors Were Saying It Could Be Me R The Baby , Luckily By The Grace Of God We Both Made It . My Boyfriend And I Had A Discussion About Tryin again Im Really Nervous/Scared But I Want Another Child As Well And I Really Dont Want To Adopt One I Want To Have My Own Child Regularly. Am I Or The Baby Gonna Lose Our Life If I Was To Get Pregnant Again ? The Whole 9Months I Didnt Have Any Problems Until It Was Time To Give Birth Im Not Worried About Carryin The Baby Im Jus Scared That I Or The Baby May Lose Our Life When Its Time To Go Into Labor.
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I had a similar situation but I had to have an emergency Csection with my first at 17. My BP was so high, his HB went down to 19bpm and we both or 1 of could die. But we both made it.  He will be 8 November 15th.  When he was 14 months old I got pregnant again and had a healthy baby girl. then I had another daughter when she turned 23 months 20 days old. And then I had another daughter when she turned 20 months old... and now my youngest daughter will be 28 months when I have my son. This will be my 5th csection and my 3rd August baby. you should be fine to get pregnant again because even though you had your first baby by emergency Csection don't mean that your next child would be the same birth. every baby is diffrent also.
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