Pregnancy after surgery

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anyone discovered they were pregnant after a anterior and postuerior repair?

how was pregnancy and delivery?

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    I've not been in that situation but if yiu have had prolapse surgery you will undo any repair that was done most definitely.

    They usually suggest this type of surgery after yiur family is complete but I'm guessing a caesarian us an option .x

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    Hi there

    I had anterior and posterior repair after the birth of my son. I was told subsequent births would need 2 be caeser delivery and my twin girls were born that way about 18 months after my surgery. Fast forward 24 years and I've just had my 2nd repair. Doctor said the weight in my pelvis was enuf 2 prolapse again irrespective of delivery. He said nowadays they usually save surgery till after u have finished ur family. I hoped it was a once in a lifetime operation. Apparently not. Good luck.

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      How wonderful it would be if it was lifetime surgery... I wish and was told 10 years at a push.

      We mustn't forget our floor is working all the time and comes under so much downward force.

      Wish I was told after my 2 babies about ptolapse.. forward 23 years and hello lo

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