In America there is not limit on c-sections, as a rule, it is simply evaluated on a case by case basis. I have a friend who lives in Canada who has 14 children. She has had 11 c sections, and she is nearly due with number 15. She has never had problems. I do genuinely believe each case should be dealt with individually Has anyone had 5 c-sections? I've had four C-sections they all went well not much scar tissue after any of them. After my last one three years ago my doctor did say my uterus was thinned out. He did say that he was OK with me having another C-section and and getting pregnant again We spoke with experts to find out. Health risks increase with each subsequent cesarean, yet some women are able to have six or more C-sections without complication
I had four c-sections. I went into labor with all of them, I would not schedule them as I wanted to make sure that the babies lungs were fully developed. I was in labor for 48 hours with the first - cephalapelvic disproportion. They finally took m.. Emergency c-sections generally have a lower recovery rate, higher risk of infection etc. They're thought to be riskier due to cervix already being dilated. Elective c-sections are usually safe. Friend of my Mum's had five, all were fine Endometrial Cancer and previous C-sections Thirty-nine years before my diagnosis of Endometrial cancer, my daughter was delivered by a brutal emergency c-section. She was three months premature. Four years later my son was delivered (a few weeks to a month premature). Since my hysterectomy in '14 I have noticed increased pain along the scars
I have had 3 c-sections, first was an emergency! After first i was fine, no issues and he is 15, after 2nd he is 8 bit bloated nothing major. But after the 3rd- OMG- from day 1 I have had bloating, diarea,stomach pain, painful intercourse, abnormal bleeding, and just above my scar I do get a hard lump My C-Section Experience. 197. baby. 01. 16. (I posed a question on my Facebook page about whether or not anyone would be interested in a post like this. I was rather surprised at the amount of discouraging comments on the post. Reading the comments, I got the feeling that people assumed that I thought every c-section would be a breeze
I have had 4 c sections has anyone had a v back after 4. Reply. improving2 says: February 25, 2020 at 6:38 am. Yes, it does happen on occasion. Send us an email, and we can try to connect you with others who have VBA4C. firstname.lastname@example.org. Reply. Rachel gonzales says Response 1 of 2: Congrats on baby! I know it's a surprise and, I'm guessing a bit overwhelming. I've only had 2 c-sections and had my tubes tied with the second. My first c-section had post-op complications and was worse than the pregnancy. The second C-section was during covid and I'm in my 40s. But it was better than the first. I healed better and was better informed In fact, the chances of a placenta accreta occurring with one, two or three prior C-sections increases, but remains at about 0.5 percent or lower. However, once you have four C-sections, the chances of the condition increase to 2 percent, and if you have six C-sections, the chances are 6 percent. There are long-term risks that a patient has. Has anyone had two consecutive c-sections and how much time was between the pregnancies? I had a c-section with my stillborn son on 12/15/10. My ob said to wait 6 mos, while my fertility dr. said 10-12 mos. I am so scared that something will happen to me. Right now I am planning on waiting 11 mos. My son was a miracle and we so want to start a. I've had two c-sections first one was an emergency due to not being able to push out . Second one was a tolac again unable to push out and ended up having emergency csection . I'm pregnant again for my last time can I have a vaginal delivery has anyone had success.. mind you my 11 year old was delivered vaginally. Reply. Jessica.
I Have Had 5 C-Sections & Im 17 Weeks Pregnant When I Had My Last baby i asked my dr if i could have more babies & if my body could hold another pregnancy my dr said yes u can have as many. . However that being said- there are plenty of woman out there who have had 5,6,7,8,9,10 and even 11 c-sections. Ethel Kennedy had 11 children via cesarean delivery. I have also read countless stories of woman who have had 5-9 sections According to Mayo Clinic, women who have had one or more c-sections in their lifetime are at a greater risk of needing a hysterectomy later on in life.This often is due to the scarring of internal tissues rooted with the initial cesarean surgery the mother has. The more scarring there is, the more likely there may be issues moving forward when it comes to the functioning of surrounding organs Cindy's 9 C-section Testimonies. I share my c-section testimonies or birth stories to give all honor, glory and praise to our Lord. Thank you for taking the time to read them and to rejoice with us in God's provision and protection of our family. May my c-section experiences be an encouragement and a blessing to you
I have been diagnosed with Adenomyosis and Menorraghia. My doc recommends Novasure because I have had 3 C-sections (the last was 10 yrs ago) and she is worried about adhesions and bladder and bowel perforations during surgery. Everything I have read re: the Novasure procedure has NOT been good. Anyone here have an abdom. hysterectomy after C. . After your first csection, your chances of rupture are 1 in 200. After a second csection, the ris..
I was wondering if anyone has any info on having an ablasion after repeated c-sections? I have had 2 and worry that i have weak spots in my uterus and that it could cause problems. I actually have my ablasion scheduled for 12-7-07. But am thinking of cancelling. My doc has been through in some aspects, but very vague in others I understand what you're going through. I am having the same kinds of problems. I had a c-section 6.5 months ago & have been having all kinds of stomach/bowel issues. I am always gassy and have to poo two or three times per day. And once I realize that I have to go, I need to find a bathroom ASAP. Plus, the flow of my periods are all screwed up I am by no means calling either birth easy (C-section mumma) but dose anyone else here that has only had a C-section shudder and the thought of pushing a baby out your vagina and think how is that possible, but then you also in a weird way want to try it
An acquaintance mentioned that she had two babies by c-section and had to deliver her third (FDIU) vaginally because the doctor said that if she had three c-sections, she wouldnt be able to have any more kids. Said that two c-sects is the limit. She labored three days and vaginally delivered a st.. There is also a trend away from offering vaginal deliveries to women who have had C-sections, says Flamm, who is a clinical professor at the University of California Irvine Medical School Study Shows 40% of First-Time Moms Aged 40-44 Had Cesarean Sections. March 12, 2007 -- Older moms are far more likely to have their babies delivered by cesarean section than younger moms, even. More than 3 c sections?: Just wondering if anyone has had more than three c sections? How long a gap? I have two boys and a little girl nearly 7 months ago. It breaks my heart knowing they only recommend three c sections as the though of no more kids is pretty devastating my boys are to a previous partner but my hubby and I have the one girl My second boy was born via repeat c-section 19 months after my first c-section (exactly like you!) My first was born 8/28/08 & I got pregnant again when he was 10 months old. I had another c-section on 3/16/10. My OB never had any concerns as far as my uterus not being healed enough, although I worried about it plenty
Caesarean section, also known as C-section, or caesarean delivery, is the surgical procedure by which one or more babies are delivered through an incision in the mother's abdomen, often performed because vaginal delivery would put the baby or mother at risk. Reasons for the operation include obstructed labor, twin pregnancy, high blood pressure in the mother, breech birth, and problems with. My mom had hers tied and burned 22 years ago and my brother was born a year later. Removing the tubes is more effective. I just had this done last week. So far the only difference I've noticed from my other c-sections is that post partum bleeding lasted about a week rather than only couple days like with my other two VBAC is a term used to describe the vaginal delivery a woman has after giving birth via cesarean. The Mayo Clinic notes that benefits of VBAC can include:. A faster recovery.If you deliver. I also just found out I have a low lying anterior placenta and I have had two prior c-sections. My midwife said nothing about the placenta growing into the scar, she did say it was my choice if I wanted to have a scan at 30 wks to see if the placenta has moved up which it usually always does. I hope mine moves up as I am also hoping for a VBA2C
I had 3 years between c-sections and I recovered so much better the second time around. It was like night and day, I was in so much pain the 1st time but this time I was able to fully do everything within 1.5 weeks. I was driving within 2 weeks. I think the longer you wait to heal the better Anyone Had Really Bad Scar Tissue And Still Had Another Baby. 17 Replies. sarah - March 7 : I have had 2 c-sections (20 months apart) and was told last time that my bladder was adhered to my uterus. At a recent visit with my doctor i addressed my concerns and he told me that the adhesions I have are common after a c-section and that I could. scheduled c-sections . Ok I was talking with my oldest daughter and we were wondering has anyone had a scheduled c-section but went into labor before the date scheduled on their own? Beth. Reply. Quote. Spencerb52 on 8/6/09 6:56 am . RNY on 07/02/08. Yes, sort of. I had labor contractions a week before Everett's c/s. Was monitored and the. I have had 2 c-sections the first was an emergancy the 2nd was elective ( due to baby being 9 days over dr said I couldnt be induced due to previous s-section). During the 2nd c-section the surgeon Just wanting to know if anyone knows if after 4 c sections Breeders/Dog Owners: Has Anyone Had a Bitch Die..... Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 11 of 11 Posts. Lauren Koch I had a bitch nearly die a few days after a c-section delivery when she developed a uterine infection. Her temperature went from normal to 105 plus in a few hours. I nearly lost her but got her to the vet when temp was at 102 1/2 and.
Endometrial ablation seems to be the latest bag of tricks in the treatment of women's gynecological problems. It is an increasingly common procedure used to treat heavy menstrual bleeding. The procedure is premised on the notion that if the endometrial lining is destroyed - ablated - bleeding can no longer occur. Problem solved HysterSisters.com is a massive online community with over 475,000 members and over 5 million posts. Our community is filled with women who have been through the Hysterectomy experience providing both advice and support from our active members and moderators. HysterSisters.com is located at 111 Peter St, Toronto, Canada, M5V2H1 and is part of the VerticalScope network of websites C-Sections have saved many lives and I am thankful that it exists. My first C-Section was an emergency one. My water broke at 39 weeks 5 days and I had no contractions. After hours of inducing labor, we had to have a C-Section because my daughter's life was at risk
Has anyone used these strips on recent surgical areas other than c-section? Magdalena R. • il y a 5 ans I have a lot of burns from cooking and accidents and mederma extra strength actually had then faded pretty fast Tummy tuck surgery before and after: One woman's story. 'I've had 3 children, and 3 c-sections.'. An honest account of what it was like to get a tummy tuck. I'm currently resting in bed post a tummy tuck and thought I would share my experience on having a full abdominoplasty, post three children (all c-sections) and at the age of 38 Anyone VBAC after 2 c-sections? - Page 2: I had my first c-section in 2005 after ftp (46 hrs of labour and I only got to 5cm) and then a scheduled c-section in 2008. They figure my pelvis is narrow and the babies were big(ish) so they suggested a c-section the second time around. I'm due in October and it will be 5.5 years since the last c-section and am hoping for a VBAC..
So, with the help of plastic surgery, she reconstructed her stomach. I had four C-sections. I gained 50 pounds with every kid and I'm 5'2. Wasn't pretty. It just does something to your body, Heaton said. The actress, who had previously had breast augmentation and liposuction, loves having access to products that help her look young I've never had a significant scar so does anyone know if baby girl will be able to fully heal from this with minimum to no scarring? 5 14 E. EngramLogic. MVP. Joined Apr 8, 2021 that doctors get paid more for c-sections and they don't have to do most of the work that comes with natural labor. Poor baby and mo teddit [preferences I've had four C-sections with a surprise number 5 on the way, so that will be five C-sections for me all within 14 months and 26 months respectively. When I was in surgery with number four, I had the specialist check and confirm whether we could have another as we weren't sure if we could or not. He said all was good for another
Caesarean births or C-sections are becoming more and more popular all around the world, but especially in the United States. In the past few decades, C-section rates have risen dramatically from 5 percent in 1970 to 20 percent in 1996 I just found your blog. I mean just ,only because I was looking for info on surgeries . I have had 2 c sections ,partial hysterectomy , then ovaries taken out and cut from rib cage down. as well as 2 horizontal cuts on top of the C-sections. I have a what I call a flab roll. My husband and I were playing around doing sit ups and push ups These repeat C-sections also contribute to the rising rates: nearly 90 percent of women in the United States who've had a C-section will deliver that way again, despite studies, like one. I have had 2 c-sections, has anyone ever heard of this?? Ablation and resection are not treatment options for some women, such as those who are pregnant, have endometrial cancer, have an unresolved genital or urinary tract infection or who have had a Caesarean section
I haven't myself, but I've had two bikini cut c-sections. I have a friend who had all three done this way, the vertical, and the only thing that she really has happened is that her stomach muscles were slit, so it's hard for her to 'firm up' if at all, and she says her stomach looks like corduroy yes, I fell pregnant with no3 4 months after 2nd c section.In fact,I had 3 c sections in 2 .5 years( my first was 3 days off 2.5 when no 3 was born).I did not have any major issues, the ob was keeping a close eye on the utreine wall as it was on the thin side but all went well.Best of luck with the rest of the pregnancy.My ob. also was happy for me to have another 2 c sections but we stopped at I have had two C-sections. One with a swiss cut and one with a singular cut. To risk tearing and bleeding out is silly in my opinion. I have two sweet boys who want their mommy around. I have a baby girl in my womb who is hoping to be born and loved. I don't think she cares how she gets out. Just that she does. So, internet, I reject your shame She had classic c-sections (as opposed to the common bikini cut), so that may have made the difference. She has had several abdominal/hernia surgeries since having her youngest child, so I really think it was the best decision for her
A self-performed caesarean section is a form of self-surgery where a woman attempts to perform a caesarean section on herself.. Cases of self-inflicted caesarean section have been reported since the 18th and 19th century. While mostly deadly to either the woman, the child or both, there are at least five known documented successful cases Re: C-section and repeat c-sections moms.... My 2 kids were both C's, while I got to experience labor with #1 I have to say I dont envy anyone who had their baby vaginally. Sure the recovery is a lot better than a c, but whatever my Dr thinks is best is what I'm going to do
Oh the shaking! How I hate the shaking, it made me crazy I thought it would never quit. I've had three c-sections. One epidural and two spinals ~ Epidural was the worst and I would rather have the spinal but I shook more with the spinal then the epidural. First c-section was an emergency and recovery wasn't too bad after 24 hours of labor I've had 2 c-sections and gained 60 lbs with each pregnancy. Although I still have some pouch left, it doesn't hang or slide over to the side anymore! I figure 4-5 more pounds and it'll be as close to flat as I can get it. I know I'll never have a tight toned 6 pack, but just seeing the change that my hard work has done has helped keep me. You've had 2 or more C-sections before because you've tried to labor, and were unsuccessful (for whatever reason) : C-SECTION. Your baby doesn't want to come out of your vagina. Your baby's shoulder, feet, booty, face, or any other part of his body is presenting at your your cervix instead of his head : (In most cases) C-SECTION Roughly 20% of babies worldwide are born via c-section meaning that 1 out of every 5 women in the world has a chance of delivering a baby by c-section. If you're in the United States, your odds are even higher with 1 out of every 3 babies being born by c-section. That number has increased dramatically in recent years as many doctors decide to deliver by C-section to avoid any complications
Advocates have focused on two main goals to promote vaginal birth: curbing the number of low-risk, first-time C-sections done in the U.S. - a rate that surged in the late 1990s and hasn't led to. Because of this and after everything we had tried previously I trusted my doctor's decision to have a C-section. Since I had planned for a natural birth, I had not even contemplated what would take place before or after having a C-section. C-sections are less talked about and sometimes looked down upon by many With C-sections becoming more regular, the data may seem like it's a larger chance for ectopic pregnancy, but the possibilities haven't grown. It's only the number of people having C-sections that have. In other good news, that same research team didn't find an increase in miscarriage rate in a second pregnancy after a C-section I have had two c-sections and we were really hoping for a third child. Does anyone know if having endometriosis elevates risk if having another c section? We already have been told that it would have to be a section and am worried it would either make the endometriosis worse or would cause other complications? Any advice would be great
After having four C-sections in less than four years, the vasectomy was not optional. My doctor said he could easily tie my tubes during the fourth C-section , and I told him I was not spending. As everyone has said, it's different for everyone. But, I had three easy c-sections and an easy RNY. A few days of pain medication and alot of walking. For me, they were about the same, but the c-sections felt harder because I had to go home and take care of the babies. With my RNY, I got to go home and truely relax
6 c-sections! 9 c-sections! that is amazing. Well done ladies. You truely are all blessed. Just goes to show that every pregnancy and every delivery should be taken on it's own merits, each very individual. I've never had a c-section but I think women are lucky there is an alternative to safely get our babies here if the need arises I have had two c-sections since 2013, with the most recent in January of 2015- 7mos ago. Just this morning, I turned and swore I ripped my abdomen open- it was a tearing/burning sensation that lasted about 10mins and was coming from my c-section scar & is still a little tender to the touch
Three British mothers who had C-sections have described feeling 'guilt' for not giving birth naturally, with Laura telling the BBC: those who deliver vaginally are treated like 'goddesses of. Im a 31yr old mother of 4, in which i had had four C-Sections. My first was in 2005, the 2nd, in 2006, the 3rd in 2010, and the 4th in 2012. Right after my last c section, my period being so much worse after that, before they were light, with cramping I could withstand The labor and delivery process are anything but universal. Dr. Lincoln reiterates, Anyone who tries to belittle someone for having a C-section by saying it wasn't a 'real birth' or it was an 'easy' way out has no grasp on reality.. That's absolutely the case, too, for mothers who have planned or elective C-sections Also, I did not get any infections and my scar looks amazing unlike the scar I had from the first c-section. It was awful because of the infection. And one more huge note - I had a MRSA outbreak about a month before my second c-section. And after being on the Vancomycin.. it's been 5 months since the c-section and I have not had a MRSA outbreak
I've heard that a few people have lost weight after, however, not me. I've had 4 pregnancies and 3 c-sections and I had the same issues after. After 4 weeks of the c-sections, I used tummy wraps which helped to pull my tummy in a bit, waiting for 2 more weeks until my tummy did not feel sore anymore to try that again In 1970, the rate of C-sections in the US was a mere 5%. By 2019, it was more than 30% For many women, C-sections are seen as the 'safer' option, as it was in my own case The good news is that you may be able to have a vaginal birth after cesarean, also called a VBAC — and in fact, your doctor might recommend it. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' (AGOG) VBAC guidelines encourage doctors to consider VBACs for women who meet the criteria, rather than the elective surgery of C-sections
Women who have had C-sections have a higher risk of placenta previa in the second pregnancy. Another problem deriving from placenta previa is placental abruption. This is when the placenta becomes wholly detached from the uterine wall. These are significant complications and a problem your doctor will most specifically look for Whether or not you're going to have a C-section or have already had one, this is the book to read. For starters, the authors are mothers who have had 5 c-sections between the two of them. There are other c-section books that are total trash - I've read them - so save yourself the time and read this one An observational study published in the peer-reviewed journal CMAJ in 2019 found women who had C-sections were 80% more likely to have complications than those who delivered vaginally. Women over.