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What is a uterine rupture and does it pose a danger to mother or baby?

A uterine rupture is a tear in the wall of the uterus. Accounting for ninety percent of all cases, uterine rupture is most common among mothers who have had a previous cesarean section.

Scar tissue…

During contractions the extra stress can cause the previous incision scar tissue to expand and stretch, and can eventually stretch thin enough to give way. 

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Does inducing labor pose any threats to baby?

Inducing labor can not only pose a threat to the mother, but to the baby as well.
There are various methods of inducing labor, the most common being the use of Pitocin, a synthetic oxytocin that is delivered through an IV to help speed up labor. It works by beginning or enhancing uterine contractions
While Pitocin aids in speeding up…

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