My baby passed away the day after she was born due to maconium aspiration so I have done no lifting with the exception of right before her funeral which was the only time I ever got to hold her, she was 7lbs 3.3oz according to the hospital scales. (please no negative comments on me holding my child after she passed away)
No negative comments here. I held my little niece who was born asleep for a good long time, knowing it would be my only chance. My heart breaks for you to have suffered such a loss and still be dealing with physical problems a year later. I'm so, so sorry!
Can it be that what you are feeling is nerve regeneration? I've had two csecs and I still feel nerve tingles occasionally, even a decade after my last one.
Please call around in your community and find a charity clinic or county health department where you could go for an exam. Perhaps you could post in your tribal area for suggestions?
it is very possible its been nerves coming back. I am a registered Indian and decided while I was picking up meds for my mom and I that I'd see an OB, she did not want to do anything but go thru Faiths birth/hospital records and mine. She wanted nothing to do with my incision and was overly rude about conditions I have along with a back injury that I was on Loratab 5/500 4X a day, Faiths doctor had already cleared this amount. I am really done with a lot of doctors and hope not to get the 3rd degree from anymore :-(
anyways, I will definitely look into your suggestion! Thank you!
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