There are no hard a fast rules. In theory, a women should be able to have as many children by cesarian as she wants. In reality, it all comes down to how well a woman's body heals. UTERUS: for some women, the uterus heals with a thick lower segment. In this case, many sections are possible. For others, the lower segment becomes very thin and attenuated. In such cases, labor/contractions should be avoided because of risk of rupture of the uterus. Keep in mind that a very thin uterus can rupture even before labor begins. Doctors will sometimes counsel women to avoid future pregnancy if the lower segment becomes too thin. SCARRING: Another consideration is the amount of scarring within the abdominal cavity. Whenever any surgery is performed in the abdomen, raw surfaces are left behind and adhesions (things stuck to other things) can form. This is very individual. In some patients, they can have multiple abdominal surgeries with almost no adhesion; in others, they can have huge numbers of adhesions, involving uterus, omentum, bowel and bladder. In the second case, surgery (including cesarian section) becomes very difficult and there is a risk of bowel perforation and damage to other organs. PLACENTA: The more cesarian sections a woman has, the more likely it is that the placenta may implant in the uterine scar. If it does so, it will not develop properly, but will grow into the uterine muscle and not just the endometrium. Such a placenta is called an accreta (part way through) or percreta (all the way through), and will not separate properly from the uterus after the baby is delivered. In many cases, especially with a deep accreta or percreta, a hysterectomy is necessary (because removing the placenta is not possible without causing massive bleeding and potential maternal mortality).
Many things are safe when given to children.
Between 2 and 5 women get pregnant after a csection and tubal.
Yes, they are safe for many children. Smaller children should get duplo sets.
To protect children in the workplace. Many children were being overworked and injured. These laws kept many children safe.
Bunk beds are generally safe for children. Many bunk beds come with safety features such as safety railings on the sides. A lot of deciding what is "safe" also depends on the age of your children and whether they would feel safe in a bunk bed.
Generally, yes. There are also many types made specifically for children.
talk to a doctor!!
There are many safe, loving foster homes - unfortunately they don't make the news, the ones we hear about are usually a nightmare for the children.
If a mushroom is safe for consumption by anyone, then it is safe for children.
no is good for children
There are many different ways to remove a scar. It depends on the product your child will be using. Organic products are safe for children. However, for lazer removal of scars children should wait.
yes my children have done it many times not to that they have won everytime, but they are safe through the post,
Ice rinks are safe for the children 10 or older.
Homeopathic Nux vomica is safe for children as it is potentised
hun that's a csection
No - eventually you will still have to do your PFT.
Yes, Pengspace is indeed safe for children. It is a safe moderated environment for the popular online game "Club Penguin" developed by Disney. It is ran by Rod Rego, the founder, Dalton, Flowers and many other friendly kid safe moderators.
Child labor laws were laws that protected children in the workplace. Many children were being overworked and injured. These laws kept many children safe.
No, it is not recommended to give these to children. There are children-safe tablets available designed specifically for children.
Yes, sauna suits are safe for the children, but don't use them in the sauna.
Yes there is a version for children and it is safe as long as you follow instructions like with all medication.
Children feel safe when they have a stable and loving home, when they have parents and family that love them.