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    chelleyover35 posted:
    I am so glad to hear many of the positive responses. I was so focus on my age that I did not take time to focus on the most important aspect, having a healthy baby. I decided against the Amino, but I am taking the other blood test and ultrasounds. I am 19 weeks today and I am afraid of having a c-section because my second child c-section went wrong when the doctor made a mistake and cut my fibroid. She told me after that I have scare tissue. Can anybody explain the seriousness of having a lot of scare tissue?
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