4th c section

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  1. Sarah Pearce

    Sarah Pearce Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies myself and my husband are thinking of trying for our last baby but I have had 3 previous c-sections I know there is risks with having more c-sections but I looking for your advice and help
     
  2. cazza22

    cazza22 Mummy to 3

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    Hi there I'm currently pregnant with our 4th all previous babies were c sections. My consultant doesn't seem at all concerned about another, just obviously that it'll be a scheduled one at 39 weeks (but I always go earlier than that latest being 38 weeis). I say go for it xxx
     
  3. IsabellaJayne

    IsabellaJayne Mum of beautiful girls!

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    I’m newly pregnant and it will be my 4th section. I have an appt with my consultant on Tuesday to discuss my worries. I’m hoping for some reassurance
     
  4. Sarah Pearce

    Sarah Pearce Well-Known Member

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    Thank you much for your help
     
  5. Sarah Pearce

    Sarah Pearce Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for your support
     
  6. IsabellaJayne

    IsabellaJayne Mum of beautiful girls!

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    I’ll update you :)
     
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    WinterBub Well-Known Member

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    Can you try and speak to your surgeon? I think they say no more than 3 as statistically the risks go up... But then there are always people who are way under/way over the statistical average for absolutely anything! Perhaps they could review your personal notes and give advice? If I were in your shoes with no known personal risks/issues, I think that I would go ahead and try :) but might be nice to get personal advice catered to you and your medical history. Best of luck :)
     

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