LSCS in first pregnancy, suggest special care for second pregnancy.

Hi, I have LSCS lower segment caesarean section at 36 week in 2013 as my waterbag broke due to uterus abonormal shape. Now I am again 19 week pregnant. My question is what type of special care to take so that delivery should not happen prematurely in second pregnancy. Thanks.

LSCS in first pregnancy, suggest special care for second pregnancy.
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Obstetrics & Gynae

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  1. Hello Dear,

    Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.
    Uterine anomalies are commonly associated with preterm labour and preterm rupture of membranes. Of course you are at risk of developing the same but does not mean that you will develop it.
    Take proper rest and nutrition. Physical activity or walk daily as per your comfort. Avoid intercourse and exertion or trauma, infections, gastroenteritis etc. Take more rest especially in third trimester. Follow doctor's advice.
    Hope this answers your query. Feel free to write back to us with follow-up questions.
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    Thanks Mam for your answer. Just a quick question. Also i have expirenced pain in my lower area i.e. pelvic in both pregencies starting from the 4 month. What could be possible reasons to have such pain soo early. Is certain work to be avoided like bending to floor or sleeping straight on back ? Thanks.
    • Hello Dear,

      Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.
      Pain abdomen during pregnancy is a common problem. It can be due to various reasons
      1. Postural
      2. Weight gain
      3. stretch of ligaments due to enlarging uterus
      4. infection
      5. Preterm labour
      6. Gastric upset.
      7. Others.

      You should take small frequent meals, avoid exertion, and take proper rest. If pain is not relieved and is bothersome or associated with any discharge from vagina, visit your doctor for check up and advice.
      Avoid bending n lifting wt, prolonged standing, wearing high heals. It's better to lie on sides than straight.
      Hope this answers your query. Feel free to write back to us with follow-up questions.
      Stay connected to MediMetry for regular tips on safe & healthy pregnancy!