Every woman who had her first birth by Caesarean section knows that for the longest time after this operation, the next pregnancy can not be planned. Most doctors argue that after this should take at least 2 years - just so much is needed for a complete recovery of the body and the formation of a scar on the uterus. However, how to be, if pregnancy after cesarean section has come in 6 months, is there any chance to bear and give birth to a healthy baby? Let's try to understand this situation.
What are the risks of pregnancy in six months after cesarean?
According to medical standards, a woman before the second pregnancy planning after cesarean should undergo examinations (hysterography, hysteroscopy), which allow to assess the condition of the scar on the surface of the uterus. The best option when it is practically not visible, which indicates a complete recovery of the body.
If pregnancy occurred 6 months after cesarean, a woman may be offered an abortion. However, the procedure itself is associated with the fact that there will be a rumen disturbance, so the next pregnancy will be delivered only by cesarean.
As for the immediate complications that can arise during gestation in six months, they are related to the possibility of rupture of the uterus during childbirth. As a result, the development of uterine bleeding, which can lead to the death of a woman.
What if the pregnancy occurred almost immediately after cesarean?
In such cases, all responsibility falls on the shoulders of the future mother. It is she who decides: to have an abortion or to bear a baby. At present, a lot of cases are known, when as a result of this situation, women gave birth to a second child without consequences for their body. The most important thing in this case is the condition of the scar on the uterus, for which the doctors are following very closely, especially in the 3rd trimester.
In those cases, when the first cesarean section was performed by the classical method (longitudinal incision), repeated labor is carried out in the same way. If the scar is transverse, and there are no indications for a second cesarean, births can be performed naturally.