I need your opinion regarding my future pregnancy. Five years ago, I gave birth to my son and had to have an emergency C-section. The doctor's report read 'upon entering the abdominal cavity, the patient was found to have a large uterine window consistent with a uterine rupture. However, there was a small thin area covered by serosa, with a blood clot underneath. The rupture extended along the upper right side into the right broad ligament and round ligament. The incision was closed in two layers, and most of the extension areas were closed and imbricated in two layers as well.' My question to you is with all I went through with my son, would you recommend that I get a cerclage if I decide to have another baby or will I be alright without one?
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