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Pregnancy after c sec
I had my first child via c section 14 months back. And planning for the second child. Is it safe to have a second child now? I was advised for c sec due to my narrow pelvic area.
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Yes you can plan UP your next baby and next will also be repeat lscs kindly take your folic acid medications three months prior to planning to conceive
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No ..u should wait atleast for 2 years
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Ideally u should wait for 3 years .
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If u get pregnant by any chance , don't worry,  visit gynecologist for further advice
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Wait longer
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No
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Yes u can definitely strt planning Pregnancy Strt folic acid supplements
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Hi Wait for Atleast 2 years to plan for another child after Cesarean section
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