Our expert says:
The main concern with repeated Caesarean sections is a risk of uterine rupture which is not only threatening to the life of the baby but also to that of the mother/surrogate. The burden of responsibility unfortunately rests on the fertility clinics to make that decision since the problem is initiated at that level. However I am sure exceptions can be made were the liability is taken by the previous obstetrician and clinic is therefore absolved. I agree with the concept of assessing individual cases on their merits and to have the necessary counseling and informed consent in place before proceeding.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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