Outcome of a second pregnancy after a previous elective caesarean section.

Abstract

At Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital from 1980 to 1987, 195 women had a trial of scar in their second ongoing pregnancy, having been delivered previously by elective caesarean section. Overall 154 (79%) achieved a vaginal delivery. Patients who went into spontaneous labour had a significantly better chance of being delivered vaginally than those who were… (More)

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