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Originally Posted by its_our_family
My second af after pg was WAY worse than the first...be careful what you wish for :LOL
Originally Posted by shannon0218
I will pack her bags and send her out ASAP--with this sudden gushing I can't wait to see her go!
Willow (6) says: "Mother Earth is the mother of all mothers"
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|[T]he risk of uterine rupture is considerably less than the risk of respiratory distress to infants as a result of scheduled Caesareans.|
Originally Posted by OnTheFence
Mama Rana -- while I can sympathize with your loss of vaginal birth, I think it is probable that positioning was a factor in why your baby was not delivered vaginally. I think I would be more pissed with the midwife than the doctor who did it. Surely she felt that your baby was in a posterior or like position and if not, I would question her skills as a midwife. There are many positions in labor to help babies move into the right position at birth, as I have seen Pam discuss them many times on these boards. Your baby for whatever was in that position, refused to move into a proper position, and honestly you may not know why.
Also I wanted to touch on something, it was something I thought about this week while on vacation. I read so many stories about home birth transfers or birthcenter transfers to hospitals, where then the mothers (or their original providers) blame the doctor for their csections. While I think its one thing to have a bedside manner that accompanies compassion and grace, I also have begin to look at how these doctors must feel - being presented with a patient they have never seen, in a distressful or even an emergency situaiton, that has gone against mainstream medicine. Having members of my family in the medical field I now begin to understand that liability is a big threat to their careers and their own personal lives.
Originally Posted by srmina
I've been MIA for quite awhile. I just had my second c-section...way better than the first. I was up and walking within 8 hours! No pain meds again, just the occasional ibuprofen. I can't tell you how much better a planned c/s is compared to my crash one under general. Baby came out perfect this time!
I have a few questions. I seem to have some lumpy painful blobs of scar tissue, particularly on the left side above the incision. Has anyone else experienced this? Never had this problem with my first one. Although I only have mild pain, it seems to be continuing much longer than the last time. I am four weeks out now. I see my mw next week...
Any suggestions on how to improve the scar tissue and pain?
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