2nd time pregnancy
Created by Updated on Nov 12, 2017
my first kid z just 11 month .. n m 2nd time pregnant... I had c section.. m really tensed what to do..
| Nov 12, 2017
even I m in the same phase. I came to know that pregnant when my first baby is 10 month old. now m due for my delivery in 20 days. don't think too much. if u have proper support to take care of you and ur child, go ahead. everything is going to be completely normal in few months..
| Nov 13, 2017
ya that will be there anyways.. don't give a chance to your mind to think too much, because u neither be happy by looking at your first kid nor u will happily welcome your second baby. if u think u wanted to continue with this pregnancy, think that this is life and accept it and face it. nothing is so complicated, only we think so. I did all the day to day things(brushing, bathing, food feeding, playing rec. ) to my first kid till 7 months. in the last trimester be little careful. take your Dr suggestion. they r the most trusted persons. based on your body condition, they will only tell you what to do and what not. But in the initial days, u will be very much depressed by looking at your baby. be strong and think that you r going to give him/her a cute sibling with whom he is going to share his world (learn sharing, caring, relations, etc. ) be positive think positive, energy will come out automatically.
| Nov 23, 2017
Nikitha .. how z Ur health.. hope u r fine.. do tell me good news.. I today went to meet gyne.. she told that it's too early to conceive.. there will be chance of uterine rupture due to recent c section as 18 month z not over... I m really tendsed I went through online search but none of the is it mention that before 18 month will lead to c section rupture.. can u pls tell Ur dr also mentioned these things during check up
| Nov 23, 2017
Hi... m fine.. even my Dr said me the same thing. the only problem in our case is, there is very minimal chance of normal delivery in second pregnancy. and c section will be planned around 37 to 38 weeks in order to avoid uterine rupture due to overgrowth of baby or labour pains. my close friend is a gyneacologist and even before my Dr said this, I came to know the same from her. don't get panic. only think that u r again going to deliver u baby through c-section. rest everything is same as your previous pregnancy.