I have a 7 year old daughter and am currently trying for a second child. I had a Caesarean section with my daughter, what are the chances of having to have another c-section second time around? I have heard that once you have had one chances are you will need another one and I was unsure if there was any truth in this.

Many women who have had one previous Caesarean section go on to have a subsequent baby vaginally. In fact your chance of having a normal birth is around 70-80% providing there isn't a medical reason why you would need a Caesarean again.
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