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How Soon After Csection Can I Swim
How soon after csection can I attempt to ttc? Baby is 4 months and we want 2 more. Why would i need to wait 'x' amount of time to ttc after csection?
After C/S: I understand your time constraint. In general it is best to have your pregnancies no closer than two years apart, whether you delivered vaginally or by c/s. If you want to try to deliver vaginally after a c/s, two years apart is recommended. Studies show less trouble and more success. That said, at 37 the sooner you have the next baby the better. You might compromise and start at 6 months after. ...Read more
3 to 6 weeks: If you have an uncomplicated c-section and your wound is completely healed, usually at three to four weeks, and your OB allows you, then you can take a bath. Remember, bath tub water is not the cleanest. Your behind is in the same water as your wound! ...Read more
Yes: You have unlimited negative right (ie the right to refuse any treatment.) if you are feeling the need to refuse a cesarean, make sure you understand why someone is recommending one. You may be refusing something that would be in your or your infants best interest. Many things can be done to reduce the likelihood of needing a cesarean, but some cesareans will be necessary despite all measures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good question: We make careful incisions through the different layers of the belly (skin, fat, muscle peritoneum, uterus) to get the baby and placenta out. Then we inspect the uterus, ovaries, tubes to make sure things look ok. We then carefully sew up the different layers again. Hope that is what you were looking for. ...Read more
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