My wife is 8 weeks pregnant, the embryo sac is about 0.9cm away from the wound of the rupture, the doctor advised not to, and after the abortion may not be able to get pregnant again, but we want to observe for a few weeks to see if the position can change again, can we have the child in this case?
The fetal sac is 0.9 cm away from the scar, and the initial consideration is that the embryo is lying in a lower position.However, if the fetal sac is farther and farther from the scar, the baby can be wanted.If the fetal sac is getting closer to the scar tissue, it is recommended not to have the baby.
If the first is a cesarean section, then the second pregnancy may indeed lead to scar pregnancy, this is absolutely not to be wanted, as soon as possible to see a doctor for hospitalization procedures need to deal with, or there may be hemorrhage, uterine rupture life-threatening.
Scar pregnancy is generally not considered for regeneration. If you do have a need for fertility, you can go to the hospital for testing and get pregnant after meeting the pregnancy criteria. You must have regular maternity checkups during pregnancy to clarify the development of the fetus, and pregnant women should abstain from smoking and alcohol, eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, as well as vitamin-rich foods, and have regular rest and rest without staying up late.