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So i'm wondering how many c-section is really too many? I know what doctors and the internet says, but i'm wondering if you ladies want to share any experiences, or thoughts about this? I myself have had 3 c-sections, no problems or anything and not sure if i want to try again (little nervous ). I would love to hear what you think!!!!
it depends on the woman, my ob has told me she had to tell women after their second c-section it's best if they have no more due to issues with healing, scar tissue, thinning and what not. But she has also done c-sections on women like myself that heal very well with no issues, I have very little scar tissue and no thinning so there was no reason why another c-section would be an issue. We are expecting #6, and it will be my 6th c-section.
I am having my 3rd c-section and my dr. says she feels that up to 3 is fine, it still concerns me though, after that she says there can be complications. I am 41 yrs old so this one is my last anyway. Good luck!!
I have had 2 c-sections and my second baby was unknowingly transverse and was stuck. My doc had to make multiple cuts and told me right then that he didn't think I should have anymore I don't know if I wanted more but I wanted that decision to be mine to make. I have heard that you can go to a high-risk doctor to remove scar tissue but would that be worth the risk? IDK