When to give birth after cesarean?
Caesarean section in our days - has long been quite a common occurrence. But many mothers who want several children, after the birth of their first child, begin to worry about the question - when can one give birth after a cesarean, and can it be done naturally? We answer with full confidence - the opportunity to give birth naturally remains in those women who have made a cross-section. If a longitudinal incision was made, then vaginal delivery is unacceptable.
When to give birth after cesarean: waiting period
Usually doctors advise you to wait until the next pregnancy for two or three years. This will be enough to ensure that subsequent deliveries pass with minimal risk. Indeed, after a previous pregnancy, feeding, and the birth itself, of course, the woman's body needs to recover. And do not rush to the next conception, because a small gap between two pregnancies can threaten the birth of a baby with a small weight or premature birth.
In addition, you should certainly consult with your doctor about your suture, find out what condition it is in. To do this, you will spend a hysteroscopy, which will show whether pregnancy is possible in general in your case. The procedure is done in eight to twelve months from the date of surgery. Ideally, the scar should no longer be visible by this time. Approach pregnancy planning responsibly!