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Pregnant. Had bone tb in spine. Stopped taking medicine for bone tb. Is it possible for normal delivery?

i am 25 years old and 9month pregnant , and had bone tb in spine in sep 2010. i took medicines for 1 and half years for that. it was till feb this month now i am not taking any medicine for that and dnt have any problem too. but my gyna saying that normal delivery is not pssible bcoz of tb. she is forcing for operation. is it true that normal delivery is not possible in my case?????
Asked On : Mon, 14 May 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
it is not he rule that normal delivery can not occur but yes if their is major change in spinal alignment then it can cause problem during normal labor. I would suggest you to meet a orthopaedic surgeon and get x ray of your spine. And if he says that there is no problem in labor then you can tell to your gynecologist. I would also suggest you to take second opinion from gynecologist also.
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