Is it true that once you have a preemature birth all pregnancies after that will end in preemature delivery? How many of you out there still had a full term baby after your experience? Was your preemie your 1st or second pregnancy? Does that play a role? My 1st son was full term, my second born at 30wks. I was told that any pregnancy after that will most likely be preemature and that I shouldn't take any chances. What are your experiences with that ladies?
I agree with J9. I think it depends on the reason for premature birth. I know a few people who had preemies and then had a nice, healthy full term baby. It never hurts to get a second opinion if you don't quite trust what your doctor has told you.
I was told the same thing... I have a permanently shortened cervix due to the weight put on my uterus during my pregnancy with twins...... I was told that I would not make it to full term in any future pregnancy esp given that my first was born at just 38 weeks, a rare occurrence among first babies.I am still ttc at this point in time.... and was given the ok, with the special note that Im high risk and will be visting the Doc more frequently.
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