Thanks for writing in.
With the history provided by you any Gynecologist will consider you at a higher risk of abnormally adherent placenta & should be prepared to deal with abnormally huge bleeding & resulting consequences.
There are ways to predict this abnormal placental adhesiveness like ultrasound
scan & MRI ( magnetic resonance imaging
is the last option that a Gynecologist has to opt sometimes to save a bleeding patients life & is not certainly the first & only option. Now there are ways to avoid it! like uterine tamponade, uterine artery embolization
, systematic pelvic de-vascularization & uterine compression sutures etc. I suggest you must discuss this with your doctor & request her/him to refer you to a tertiary center where all the best radiolody, gynecology & surgical facilities are available including a blood bank
Wish you best of luck.