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    baby #4. paper thin uterus. high risk.
    kabergk posted:
    I am 28 and have 3 boys. all c section.
    I was told with my last baby .. 18m.. that my uterus has a 4 inch window. and my uterus was paper thin. i was told by the dr holding the scalpel "no more babies"!!!!
    My husband and I did everything to prevent. only had sex on days i knew i wasn't ovulating. used protecting. plus im on birth control. but apparently somewhere we went wrong.
    I am high risk for uterine rupture. I am scared i will rupture at home.. and die. I have 3 kids. my ob is an hour away.
    what would you do??
    mama0f4 responded:
    would be in bed all day if i could never pick anything up heavy i would try to relax keep calm,,,, but i know alot of people that have had more then 4 c sections and all a year apart and they had no problems with any pregnancy i think you will be fin just relax and try to stay calm its bad for baby and congratulations on the new baby i hope everything comes out fin for you. god bless you and your family.

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