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    Sometimes it depends on the type of C section. Emergency C sections can make subsequent pregnancies higher risk because they use a "J cut" to get the baby out asap, and that kind of cut means the uterus is more prone to rupturing. A friend of mine had an emergency caesarian and was advised that subsequent pregnancies would be very high risk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stacey10 View Post
    @Chmeille I think that’s a load of rubbish I had a csection with my twins, then had another single baby which ended in csection because I didn’t go into labour naturally by 38 wks and am planning another fet, my dr didn’t have any concerns at all. I was advised to wait 12 mths between the op and transfer if I could but that wasn’t mandatory.
    Good to hear - thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy69 View Post
    @Chmeille - I agree, that is a load of rubbish. I was 46 when I had my twins via CS and my OB was quite encouraging of me to go back and do it all again.
    Wow. Who was your OB? Are you in Sydney?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsErinR View Post
    I’ve had two c-sections, at age 41 and 43. At the first one my bladder was nicked because scar tissue from past surgeries had distorted my organs. After the second the OB told me things were really messy in there. Lots of scar tissue and distortion. It was hard to get the baby out. He advised then that it might be a good idea to not have any more babies, but that if I did he’d probably recommend doing a hysterectomy when the next Bub was delivered.

    Any chance the situation is something like this?

    Edited to add...if this is not true for you, then I agree with others that it sounds like rubbish advice!
    Sorry to hear. Funnily enough my OB is considered to be one of the best at RPA for csections - another OB told me this. He did a really good job on the procedure and sewing me up.

    I do have other high risk factors tho - such as Gestational Diabetes and Antiphospholipid syndrome (blood clotting disorder that causes miscarriages) - but both were controlled with meds during my recent pregnancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalina View Post
    Sometimes it depends on the type of C section. Emergency C sections can make subsequent pregnancies higher risk because they use a "J cut" to get the baby out asap, and that kind of cut means the uterus is more prone to rupturing. A friend of mine had an emergency caesarian and was advised that subsequent pregnancies would be very high risk.
    Ok wow. I don’t think I have a j cut - mine was planned and it’s a straight cut I think. But thanks for telling me this. I should probably get a second opinion before proceeding to try for a second.

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    Hi LP76
    You can look at HART Fertility Clinic also in Cape Town, Dr Klaus Wiswedel he was the founder of CFC. I contacted him when l wanted to try a different clinic. He responded quickly, l didn’t use him because I had already started talking to another Dr at CFC.
    Good luck

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    Yes - he was at The San in Wahroonga - wonderful man. If you are long for a new OB in that direction, let mew know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy69 View Post
    Yes - he was at The San in Wahroonga - wonderful man. If you are long for a new OB in that direction, let mew know.
    Thanks - it couldn’t hurt to have his details. I’d like to get a second opinion anyway. Could you pm me his name?

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    Hi Ladies,

    I am now in Capetown and have done my transfer. Dr Paul is very helpful and answered every questions we have. Now on my TWW..hoping for the best!

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    Good luck @Dana0108. I hope you have celebratory news soon xx

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