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How Long Does Previous C Section Associated With C Section Complications Last
Complications led to a previous c-section, is it dangerous to attempt a vaginal delivery for my new pregnancy?
Maybe...depends...: You are at higher risk when you have an old incision on the uterus whether it be from prior removal of a fibroid or a c-section. The fear is that it may open up causing uterine rupture. With that said, the risk of uterine rupture depends on the location and number of the previous old incision(s). At the same time, there are risks to repeat c-sections as well. Discuss all options with your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Family practice : You may need to have another c section. Follow your drs recommendation. ...Read more
No: There could be more complications if the c-section was within 3-6 mon. ...Read more
Absolutely: Make sure you share you history of a c-section with your obstetrician or midwife. It can possibly affect your pregnancy, & will certainly affect your delivery. Many women do deliver after c-section with the right care if the incision was of the right type. It is a good idea to get a copy of the operative report for your c-section so that if you go into labor without warning you will have it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
VBAC Candidate: Any patient who has a good chance to deliver vaginally (no previa, prior vag del, nl transverse scar, etc) is a good candidate. But, you need to labor in a facility equipped to perform emergent c-sections in case of dehiscence or rupture of the uterus.Your OB can tell you if you're a good candidate, keep you safe in labor, & have the ability to perform a quick "vaginal bypass" if needed. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
40: Success rates depends on if you had any other prior vaginal deliveries. ...Read more
Uterine rupture: Not necessarily fear but a healthy respect for how quickly a normal labor can turn into a catastrophic uterine rupture with hemorrhage, emergent surgery, & potential maternal or infant loss. Uterine rupture can happen in the best of candidates for vbac and are often unpredictable. In today's legal climate, many obs will not risk any complications that can be avoided. Some hospitals forbid vbac. ...Read more
I had a operation nearly 2 weeks ago they made the incision over 2 previous c-section scars and although it looks ok it is rock hard around the incisi?
Varies: from woman to woman and with the size and thickness of the C-section scar. ...Read more
How is a left ilioinguinal neurolysis surgery performed and what is the recovery like? I have a nerve entrapment from a previous c section.
Is intense cramps and pain in previous c-section incesion normal with no bleeding?. I have had intense cramps and pain in my previous c-section incesion and some bleeding and clots yesterday, then the bleeding stopped today but the pain had intensified.
Previous c section, placenta anterior 4-5 cm above scar, no acretta now but can it develop in 3rd trimester?
It may!: You need repeat sonograms during pregnancy to evaluate the situation. The problem would be if you develop placenta increta, or percreta because these could make your anatomy more difficult to deal with, especially if this would occur at the previous incision site! Be vigilant and know your situation! ...Read more
How much does your chance if blood clots increase during pregnancy? Does a previous c-section make this higher?
A previous csection: Does not increase your risk and the risk for the average healthy women is low, risk is more right after surgery that is why for the 1st 24-36 hours sequential compression stockings are used to prevent venous stasis that could lead to blood clots until you are up ambulating. ...Read more
28 wks pregnant, previous c section, placenta anterior, no acretta now- placenta is 4cm above c section scar. Could acretta still develop at this pt?
I am 33 weeks almost 34 weeks pregnant and having sharp stabbing pains under my bump? Should I be concerned? I've had a previous c section also.
36 weeks pregnant, I have had pain all day in about the same spot as previous c section, could this be scar tissue just being stretched?
Could be: Late in pregnancy most women complaining of a variety of sorts of aches and pains. Often we cannot pinpoint the exact cause. Carrying a baby inside you just isn't very comfortable. If you feel the pain is out of the ordinary, severe, or having contractions you should notify your OB immediately. ...Read more
I am 37 weeks pregnant. Fetal weight is 3.054kgs. Am 5ft and 56 kgs. I had a previous c-section (reason cpd) 7 yrs back. Wat are my chances for vbac?
Not very high.: Go to: https://mfmu.Bsc.Gwu.Edu/publicbsc/mfmu/vgbirthcalc/vagbirth.Html on the basis of the information you provide your chance of successful trial of labor (vbac) would range between 45-62%, depending on your race/ethnicity. I would prefer pre-labor repeat c-section if your chance of vbac is <65%, especially if you are not planning to have any more pregnancies. Talk to your obstetrician! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a laparoscopic surgery to have my uterus detached from the fascia from previous c-section. What is the average recovery time on this procedure?
Very quickly: If all the physician is doing is taking down scar tissue (which is what it sounds like) then you will have a few small (1cm) incisions which will heal very quickly. I'm guessing you'll be up doing your normal activities of life within a day or so, and you'll be pain free after 2-3 weeks. Every woman is different, but this is a minimally invasive surgery. Good luck! ...Read more
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