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How long after c-section you can again conceive ?

Hi Doc, I am 34 years old and have two children age 13 yrs old (BOY) - Normal birth , 9 yrs old (GIRL) - C-section and nine days (BABY GIRL - PASS AWAY due to dilated cardiomyopathy ) also C-section. I just want to know how many C-section can we go thru and how long should I wait for another baby ? Any suggestion for medicine to take before getting pregnant again due to my last pregnancy I have diabetes with control diet and without taking any insulin injection. ?
Asked On : Sun, 6 Mar 2011
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Actually With each cesarean, the risks go up, due to adhesions (scar tissue created from the surgery) sticking to the organs in your abdomen. It really depends on the amount of adhesions and other damage done by the earlier surgeries, and also the practice of the doctor,
So no of C section depend on each individual. As per the condition doctor decide for C section
Answered: Sun, 6 Mar 2011
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