(((hugs))) to you and your baby. I am sure your medical team has you in the underlying equation when assuring you baby will be fine -- you are his mother, you are an integral part of who this baby is and who he will be after birth -- they probably are just so focused on what the baby's immediate needs are that they are assuming you know you will be okay. Don't be afraid to ask about this, though. You could phrase it just like you did here, "I feel good that you assure me my baby is going to be taken well care of, but I have some concerns about my own health -- what are your ideas about what I can expect?" I am sure you will get some great support once they understand (or remember) that you are very much going through this procedure yourself. Sometimes I think they get so caught up in the immediate goal (getting baby safely delivered) they don't always have the best bedside manner we as adults need.
Good luck, and keep us posted. I will be thinking about you two
. Can't wait to read your birth story.