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    What happens if you leave it longer and go into natural labour ?

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    I had my daughter at 37+1 and she was a healthy 3.3kg! I also had a c/section!! Never had any problems!!

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    I had my son at 38+4! He was a healthy 8p11o and had no problems

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    Apparently the ultrasound showed that the scar on my uterus is very very thin, so I have been told that if I go into labour naturally and start contracting, there is a 1/200 chance the scar will rupture and kill the baby.

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    My first daughter was born at 39+2. I went into labour naturally with her and she was 8"10. My second Daughter was brought on at 39+5 by c-section and weighed 7"7. She was quite cold and had to be out in the heat thing for a few hours. She still didn't warm up, so they gave her to me, and her temperature immediately came up to normal.

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    My babes were all c sections;

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