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Second C-section.... second infection??


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January 9th, 2013, 03:55 PM
aussie_mama22's Avatar Brooke
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Hi all,
I had my first c section 2 1/2 years ago, I developed a severe deep tissue infection that landed me in the hospital for the better part of 2 weeks with a wound vac and some pretty hard core antibiotics. I'm due with my 3rd child in March and due to some complications I may not be able to have a VBAC. I'm terrified of the infection happening again, as my body just seems to get infected allot (I got infected after another surgery year before last too) and the extra time spent in hospital gave me a severe case of post natal depression.

Can anyone tell me if its something that I need to be worried about? Im going to talk to my OB about it obviously but I wanted to know some personal experiences.
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