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#1 of 2 Old 03-17-2004, 06:13 PM - Thread Starter
 
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OK, I would like to know if anyone knows any real concrete stats about the risk of uterine rupture in a woman with a previous uterine rupture. I'd appreciate links Not really interested in anecdotal stuff right now, I have heard enough about people who had this or that and went on to be fine, etc.

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PS- mainly looking for the risk during pregnancy, not during labor- I have no intention of laboring, and really no intention of future pregnancy, just assessing what risk an "oops" pregnancy would carry.

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I havent found any real stats for a Post UR baby ....

I had a UR with my daughter Irelend in 3/03 and i am due 7/04.
Things are going good so far, thankfully when we had my u/s last month my placenta is postterior which is great becuase that means that it cannot attach to any of the scars. From what i have heard thats another big risk.

On a UR yahoo group theres been 10 or so ladies have Post ur babies. And there was one that had a ur with that post ur baby KWIM.
LOL

If you need to talk just holler, it sounds like werein the same position....
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