i read your story and i'm very sorry for your traumatic birth experience. i couldn't imagine. since they performed your c-section in under 2 minutes, i'm betting it was a vertical incision.
i had a vertical incision c-section over 3 years ago and am also due in march. my OB doesn't even want me to go into labor for fear of rupture. i will have a scheduled cesarean at 39 weeks.
Women who have a low transverse
cesarean scar have a lower risk of rupturing than women who have a vertical incision. About 5 to 9 out of 1,000 women (0.5% to 0.9%) with a low transverse scar have a uterine rupture during a trial of labor.1
(It is likely that the women who rupture have other risk factors that make them more vulnerable to this complication.)
A woman with a vertical (classical)
incision has the greatest uterine rupture risk. About 40 to 90 out of 1,000 women (4% to 9%) with this type of vertical incision scar have a uterine rupture during a trial of labor.