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    Hello, we have 3 beautiful children all delivered by c-sections, first was an emergency, the next two elective but all 3 babies were posterior, I also have reasonably easy, uncomplicated pregnancys. My question is my obstetrician who delivered all 3 babies mentioned that should be it now as my lining was thin (she mentioned this whilst I was in hospital after having number 3). My husband & I would desperately love to add to our beautiful family & have a number four. So has anyone out there had more than three c-sections & if so was it recommended or where you high risk, any complications etc? Will be discussing it further with my obstetrician & would only do it if there wasn't to much risk but just thought I would ask.

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    My friend had 4...no complications but her doctor wasnt happy!

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    My ob has 5 kids and his wife delivered all by cs. He said that the risk has to assessed based on the individual situation and not by the number of Caesars. I think you need to speak to your ob and go through what the risk is for YOU. Then make your decision from there.


 

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