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Effects of having many c- sections - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hello
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User :   I would like to know how many c-sections are safe I have already gotten 2 section the first because of micunium stain from a son weighing 7 lbs 15onces and the second oblique another son 8lbs 5 ounces. I want to try again or at least have another without tieing my tubes is that safe direct me.\
Doctor :   The increased in the number of the
Doctor :   CS that you are Undergoing the
Doctor :   there will be increased Chances of complication
Doctor :   Like Adhesions that would occur and there wil;l be significant
Doctor :   [pain due to it
Doctor :   and there could also be the Uterine Rupture.
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User :   yes doctor
User :   so are you saying that I could only have 3 c-sections and not 4
Doctor :   I am saying that With every Cesarean Sections that you are having there is increased incidence of the possible complications that you can anticipate
User :   have you met anyone who had had 4 c-sections
Doctor :   the Number will not be the Key and can never Estimate the Chances Since various other Factors are also essential
User :   are you male or female doctor
User :   but have you met anyone who has 4
Doctor :   Yes they have been there but then they may not Necessarily get back to you for Further Follow up.
Doctor :   So to be able to predict the Potential hazards it gets tough
Doctor :   Hence It is advisable to restrict to the minimum times that you have to go through the Knife
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User :   yes
User :   so 3 would be okay
Doctor :   Well the chances of the complications would only Multiply with the increase in the Numbers so It shall really not be possible for me to be able to comment If 3 are okey or not or if any increase
Doctor :   will affect significantly or not
Doctor :   You will need to remember that the increase in the times that you get operated will only be Multiplying your Chances to have a possible Complication.
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User :   yes
User :   is it safe to tie your tubes that is tubal ligation
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Doctor :   YEs it is Quite safe
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