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    After losing number 4 and damaging my pelvic floor a bit, the physio said that my pelvic floor was great for a person who'd had one baby, let alone 4. I'm only 3months pp at the moment, so I haven't started star jumps just yet - will be starting them shortly. Only done a few so far.

    I started having placenta problems with number 3 and it continued to be a problem for my other longer pregnancies after that.

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    I fell pregnant with dd when Ds2 was 3 months old. I had her at 39 weeks via csection because of GD and her being breech.

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    Mine are 13 months apart and both born by c section. First one emergency @ 37 weeks and second elective at 38 weeks.

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    I fell pregnant with my 2nd when DS1 was 7 months old. They boys are 16 months apart.

    DS2 was born at 38+6 by elective c section.

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    All Mine were conceived before 12 months of the previous birth, except for the first baby obviously. went to 40w except the 3rd at 39+2 or something like that, placenta on the last two pregnancies were low at 20week scan but were ok by the time I was 30weeks, my sisters 3rd pregnancy in 2 years was low placenta and never moved but still had VB at 39+4 or something I guess it just depends on the pregnancy and how your body holds it etc. Pelvic floors ummmm hmm need to do some more excersise -
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    The reason I asked was because there was a massive study out this year that said that 20% of bubs arrive before 37w if conceived within 12 months of previous birth, compared to 7% if at least 18months
    It just scares me because we were hoping to start ttc again around 10-11 months after birth and I'm going to have a booked in cs next time, because of bad tear in last birth and only 6 hour labour
    I know I'm silly, but it still scares me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    The reason I asked was because there was a massive study out this year that said that 20% of bubs arrive before 37w if conceived within 12 months of previous birth, compared to 7% if at least 18months
    It just scares me because we were hoping to start ttc again around 10-11 months after birth and I'm going to have a booked in cs next time.
    I get worried while I'm pregnant too with them being close pregnancies will the baby be ok etc, but I think it's more for pregnancies less than 6 months of eachother( that's my current pregnancy abit worried) I know a handful of ppl who fell pregnant within 6weeks of their last That's mind blowing!!! but obviously every bodies body recovers diff and I think if you have a cs they tell you to wait a bit but I guess it's diff for everyone g/luck with your baby
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    I just edited my post above
    I had a natural labour but had a bad tear and am having a cs if there's a next time. I had a quick labour too
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    I wish I went earlier with my second. Being heavily pregnant with a fully dependant 14/15 month old toddler was HELL! and then going 2 weeks overdue was just cruel
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