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Had child through c-section. Pills to increase the chances of having multiple birth?

Hi.. i am 29 years old. had my first child 4 months bach, a c-section. i had always wanted a big family. but i think a c-section has reduced the chances of it, as my Dr said only 3 c-sections can be done. i would like to know whether there are pills that i can use to increase the changes of having multiple births? Thanks you!
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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hi welcome to hcm.see its not that if you had first child on c-section then second on like that it may be possibilities of normal child.there are no such a pills to support you .you do exercise and yoga which help you in your drink plenty of fluid ,all green leafy veg to become healthy which is necessary for it. its your personal matter but i suggest maximum carry 3 to 4 child more multiple birth there are risk increase for both mother and child and also you may suffer from prolapse of uterus in future so plan your pregnancy in advice with your gynec or any health care taker.
Answered: Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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