Has anyone went on to have a successful delivery/pregnancy after they have had a Uterus Rupture? I had a uterus rupture during c-section with my first daughter my uterus was unscarred and both of us we're fine. But now I am 13 weeks pregnant and worried that I will rupture again and wanted to find someone that had a successful pregnancy and delivery after having a uterus rupture. I am terrified and scared I will die during my next c-section. hope to hear from someone!View Thread
Hi Willglomason, I was wondering if you had a baby since this post was 5 years ago? I had a uterus rupture on a unscarred uterus with my first pregnancy and now I am 13 weeks pregnant with my second one on the way. I am terrified of another uterus rupture. I have been trying to find women that have had a uterus rupture and went on to have another baby!View Thread
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