Pregnancy Too Soon After C Section

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lil jesso - January 12

Hi this is question for christinasmommy09 ior anyone im 8weeks pregnant after having c section 4 months ago do yoy have advise for me? Much appreciate it as feeling abit low after going to the doctors she said it was way too early. Thanx jessgo

 

joesilyn12 - May 29

you must consult your doctor we are same situation right now... and im also want a feedback

 

BostonMommy - October 17

Here's a little bit of my history which may be helpful. With my first child I had to have a c-section because I had previously had a myomectomy (surgery to remove a fibroid tumor). I got pregnant with her 3 months after having the surgery (it wasn't planned but hubby and I had go 10 years without having a baby I started to believe that I would never have children.) When she was fourth months old we got pregnant with her sister (thought first pregnancy was a fluke (a very welcomed fluke). Even my OB/GYN was surprised I got pregnant a second time. I started researching online to see if it was safe and everything pointed to it wasn't and it freaked me out. My doctor had stated ideally they would like a longer waiting period to allow your body to heal. After I gave birth to my second daughter and interacting with other folks, I found out it's actually quite common. The nurse that cared for me stated she had gotten pregnant with her second child when her first child was three months old. The more mommies I interacted with the more common I found it to be. When my second daughter was 8 months old, we got pregnant with our son. So that's four surgeries (1 myomectomy & 3 c-sections). All my children are happy and healthy! Some Drs are just really sterile/clinical in their interactions. Wishing you the best!

 

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