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Originally Posted by lacysmommy
Wow, thanks for all the great info!
One more question-- do you know if a bicornuate uterus is inherited? And if so, how likely would my DD be to inherit this?
Originally Posted by Leilalu
My doctor and midwife (s) semmed to think there was something with the way I was shaped that was wonky. My babies never dropped.DD was 44 weeks, breech still after doc turned her once, and ds never dropped when labor started 2 weeks late, water broke, mecomium, labor, etc. Never dropped. Now, the third time around I want to get some chiropractic work done, but who knows if I will actually be able to deliver vaginally? I want to go with the same OB, who is truly awesome(I am usually a doc hater!)and I think , we already talked about it, I want to go a week or so over, see what happens, section if nessecary. It would be my third. There is not alot of acceptance in the natural mothering community for those who truly need sections, but I am thankful to have beautiful healthy children-whereas if I didn't have c-sections that wouldn't have been possible for me. Sure, it's a bummer- but hey, it was nessecary in my case both times.
there are many different types of oddly shaped uteri as well.
I had plenty of room in my pelves so it was always a shock to the doctors.
Originally Posted by sagira
I heard some women can't deliver vaginally because of thin retinas (a part of the eye).. apparently during pushing they could rip and cause blindness!
Mama, homeschooler, midwife. DD (13yo), DS (11yo), DD (8yo), DD (3yo), somebody new coming in November 2013.
Originally Posted by OnTheFence
Leila come check out the Cesarean Support Thread. I know how it feels to feel unaccepted by the natural parenting community when it comes to csections. I had one woman say I would eventually had my daughter vaginally but the facts are she would have died first. I am going to try to go to my due date with this baby (actually two days before) but I am definitely not going to try a VBA2C. Just too risky. Especially now that my odd shaped uterus has been cut twice. Deformed uteri fall under Mullerian Anomalies. I should have stated that in my previous posts. Before you have your next baby you should ask for your surgery reports.
|Wouldn't the solution to this be to discourage pushing? I mean, the uterus will get that baby out without you popping your eyeballs, kwim?|
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