Our expert says:
If you have a small pelvis, it may be that the baby was too big for you to deliver normally. If this was the case, it is likely to occur again. The best way of deciding what to do is to look at the size of the baby on scan at 36 weeks to see how big it is. The incidence of uterine rupture after a caesarean is 0.5%.
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