Thanks. If she is with the OBGYN here I may be able to convince her to go with the other OBGYN here(dh & dw team) who practically lives for not doing c-sections and preserving a woman's perineum. If she's with the high risk dr's in the city, I'm not sure but I could push more because I'll never have a birth with them.lol
|I would not be suggest that this condition may not be problematic--it may be.
don't worry, I had no intention of doing this. I was going to gather info, before bringing up a possibility of a vaginal birth.
I was going to ask them(there's 3 sisters and 1 brother) if their mother took DES while pg with them because all 3 sisters have uterine issues but one of the sisters told me that she thinks it's hereditary because their aunts & grandmother had similar issues.
Sister A(the client) only has 2 cervixes, no septum or anything like that. From what I've read a woman with 2 cervixes does have a higher rate of breech babies IF there is a septum.
Sister B(also a possible client, they're due 2 weeks apart) does/did have a septum. It's confusing, 1 dr told her she had one based on an US then she had a ectopic that burst while she was in the hospital and she lost alot of blood and just about died. Something happened with her anesthesia too. She would have died had she not been in the hospital. While they were doing the surgery for the ectopic they decided to remove the septum and when they went in there wasn't one.
is not pg, had her baby in Feb), I can't remember what her uterine/cervix/vaginal issue is but she had to have IVF to get pg. Then when she was in the hospital in labour consented to an epidural that worked too high and they had to do a crash c-section and revive her at the same time, then she was on life support for 5 hours.
Since Sister C had the epidural thing happen, none of the sisters want to go that route ever.
All 3 of them have issues and they keep telling their younger brother he's going to birth his own baby.lol Their mom had no problems getting pg or vaginally birthing all 4 of them.