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17 Aug 2011

I am just curious, always been… 
My Sister in Law was just over 21weeks pregnant and miscarried  they made her deliver the baby through normal vaginal delivery. Why do they not do it surgically? Is there a medical reason for that? You are traumatised when you learned that you have lost your baby, why do you have to go through the trauma of normal delivery?
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01 Jan 0001

Caesarean sections have implications for the next pregnancy. A pregnancy after a caesarean is higher risk, there is a chance of the uterus rupturing, and it limits the number of children you can have after.

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