Pregnancy Risk after Uterine Rupture

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A uterine rupture occurs when there is a tear through the uterine wall. This typically occurs after a woman has certain uterine surgeries, like a cesarean section. Luckily, there is only a small chance that this will occur. For example, it is estimated that out of 8,000 pregnancies, a uterine rupture will only increase once.

However, it is usually best for a woman who has had this type of surgery to be placed in the hospital a week or so before her due date. Women are also suggested to have a C-section rather than to have a traditional delivery as well.

When a uterine rupture occurs, there can be some fairly serious consequences for both the mother and the baby. For example, the mother may experience trauma during the delivery or may go into shock. It can also be difficult for doctors to remove the placenta after giving birth as well.

It is also possible that a woman’s bleeding after having a uterine rupture will not be able to be controlled. At this time, doctors will need to perform a hysterectomy to help control the bleeding. This typically will mean that the woman needs to have a blood transfusion and will be placed on antibiotics in order to avoid getting an infection.

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