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  1. #1
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    May 2012

    Default Considering c-sect after prolapse with 1st VB

    Had DD 2 years ago, induced at 40 weeks, and pushed and pushed until I thought I couldn't push any more. Eventually my beautiful little girl came along, but I was left with a tear and moderate/severe prolapsed bladder. Now pregnant and petrified, absolutely crapping myself that my prolapse will become worse. It has already ruled my life the last two years and I can't handle the thought of being worse down there.
    Has anyone had an elective c-sect after prolapse? Did it prevent it getting worse? I have heard that having another VB does NOT make it worse as the damage has already been done, but I'm too scared to risk it.
    Looking for similar experiences or words of advice.

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    Default Considering c-sect after prolapse with 1st VB

    Not personally as I had 2 csections, but my sister had very bad tearing and prolapse with her second child. Her third and fourth came out without any tearing at all and no difference to prolapse, she had to go under GA after her second to be 'repaired' so I'm not sure if that is the reason, but csection was never mentioned with her.


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