Hi. My son was born at 34 weeks in 2009 and I delivered early due to uterine rupture...Short story.. Went into labor, went to hospital, tries to stop labor, found out 6 1/2 hours later and another(better) hospital that it was uterine rupture, had 3 blood transfusions and 1 platelet transfusion... Me and my baby(now 4 yrs) both survived.. Praise God! I had another baby last November(11/08/12). High risk and had to deliver(scheduled c-section) at 35 weeks.. But all went Great and she is 6 months... There is hope for another after UR just get a great DR.View Thread
Thanks for your reply. I have been to my OB now and was sent to a high-risk OB. So far they have been great and are taking alot of precautions to make sure this does not happen again. I pray everything will be OK.View Thread
Hello. I am 32 and have 4 children. I just found out I am pregnant,(ttotally unexpected). My last child was 6 weeks premature due to uterine rupture. I lost alot of blood and it was a very scary experience. I am now scared of what that means for me and my new pregnancy now. Just wondering if anyone else had been through this and still had another child afterwards. Thanks to anyone with any advice.View Thread
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