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    I had a hospital app yesterday and they said I more than likely wont be able to deliver naturally due to my previous problems ( a molar preg back when I was 17) I'm now 22 and 15 weeks preg.

    I have an ultrasound in a couple weeks with an ob but they don't like the looks of it and think c-section is best.

    Just wondering if anyone had some similar stories thanks

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    Sorry I can't help but just offering hugs x

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    Thanks chillies hope your doing well! I remember you from my due date group xxx

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    I'm okay, just trying to get into a new due date group Thanks for asking, I hope u got more info on this x

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    I would really be pushing for a lot more info. What exactly is the relationship between a molar pregnancy 5 yrs ago and the need for a c-section? I would need fairly substantial evidence to convince me. Worth a second opinion if you are not happy with the ob's response.

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    Default Weak uterus?!

    I think it would depend on if any damage was done to your uterus during your molar pregnancy?

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    Default Weak uterus?!

    I'm going through public system can you still request a different opinion (sorry this all confuses me)

    I had a molar preg then they didn't remove it all and a mass formed but they didn't watch to touch it (another d&c) as it would damage it this was way back though! 2008ish I would of thought it would of healed over time!

    I will ask lots questions at my next app for sure!!! Thank you


 

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