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Cesarean Section Grief

A board for members whose cesarean section experience was not a positive one.

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February 17th, 2011, 03:39 PM
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I've had two c-sections, one classical and one normal. The first one (classical) caused a lot of scarring, and now that i've been cut both ways on my uterus it's unadvisable for me to have another baby because with my last I had quite a bit of cramping and they are so worried about rupture. I always wanted to have 3-4 kids but now I might not even be able to have a 3rd. If I had a normal c-sec with DD1 I would have opted for VBAC. I hate that having them has taken away any possibilities of a natural birth and the option to have anymore children. I have an IUD in place, but if I have one more child I will be getting my tubes cut..
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March 5th, 2011, 07:18 PM
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It is possible but you need to find the right doctor first. I have seen studies done and women have had vbacs after a classical or even T shaped scares, but they are a lot more risky. But I have never heard that you are at more risk of a rupture just because of a classical.
I would look into Mayan massage, it is supposed to be great for breaking up scar tissue.
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