Can I give birth naturally after 2 c sections?

Can I give birth naturally after 2 c sections?

According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), a vaginal birth after cesarean, also known as VBAC, can be a safe and appropriate option. VBAC can work for many women who’ve had one, or even two, previous cesarean deliveries.

Does C-section affect child development?

We found that babies born via planned caesarean section had poorer scores in all five developmental areas at four months of age. The largest differences were noticed in fine motor skills, while the smallest differences were reported in communication as compared to vaginally born babies.

Does C-section affect baby?

Increasingly, researchers are finding that c-sections are linked to both short and long-term health problems for baby. Short-term problems include breathing difficulty, risk of head/facial laceration from surgery, breastfeeding difficulties, and delayed bonding.

Why does your C-section Hurt years later?

This is because nerves in the area may have been destroyed along with healthy body tissues. But over time, scar tissue may become painful as nerve endings regenerate. Scar tissue can also become painful over the course of an internal disease.

Does C-section pooch go away?

While diet and exercise can help women lose excess fat after pregnancy, a healthy lifestyle can’t make a c-section scar and bulge go away. Some women may find their c-shelf sticks around for years, while others may notice the area gradually flattens over time.

Can a C-section scar reopen after years?

The short answer is: yes, a cesarean scar can reopen years after the operation. (Dehiscence in med-speak.) This is, however, highly unlikely. It can happen for a range of reasons, stemming from having to undergo other surgery, giving birth vaginally, or simply experiencing stress and strain.

Why does my c-section scar itch 5 years later?

Itching over the scar can simply be due to dryness of the skin. It can be corrected by applying a suitable moisturising lotion or cream. It can be due to fungal infection or eczematous dermatitis, both of which are treatable.