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I am so glad that your baby was born healthy and safe.  Congratulations on a son!
Looking forward to reading it.  Glad everything turned out well!
I really hope you let us know how it went.  Bright yellow amniotic fluid is no joke and you needed medical attention.  Please update.
There's actually a lot more recent research about the risks of going post-dates.  A quick google search yielded this: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/10/081007091459.htm   And this:  http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:mUqjjd1s7pEJ:www.fammed.washington.edu/network/sfm/postdatepregnancy.ppt+&hl=en&gl=us The forth slide is the relevant one and is from a study from 2004.     I would never go past 41 weeks, personally.  Induction doesn't...
What a big girl!  I love the name.  Congrats on a healthy baby girl!
Good Lord.  All I meant was there's a big difference between reading about c-sections and trying to learn what it's like, and actually having been on that table before.  I did not say each recovery or experience would be identical.
Hi,   I had hoped for a VBAC with my second pregnancy, but it was not to be.  I cannot tell you how incredibly easy the RCS was - even better than the first, and I thought that the first had gone very well!  The second time, they left my hands untied, which was REALLY nice, and the recovery was a total breeze - I was up walking around that night, and was ready to go home in less than 48 hours.  I never even took any of the hydrocodone they prescribed for pain; didn't...
I could not agree more.  The condescension directed at women who dare disagree with the MDC status quo is horrifying.          
That definitely looks like roseola.   I found this regarding exposure during pregnancy: http://www.pregnancy.org/article/pregnancy-and-roseola-virus
Just looking for a basic starting point as I begin my plans for next fall.  Thanks.
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