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Bethany, crunchy Christian mom to Destiny (11) Deanna (9), and Ethan (2)
Originally Posted by midwifetx
I always tell women to think of a vaginal delivery as the *ultimate* loss of virginity. Things do look different, and I make sure to tell them ahead of time to expect this. I wish all care providers did. It would have saved me quite a lot of heartache after my first was born.
Originally Posted by 2Sweeties1Angel
Wow, so everything really does look different after giving birth? This will be my first vaginal delivery and I have no idea what kind of "redecoration" I should expect.
|Wow, so everything really does look different after giving birth?|
Originally Posted by fourlittlebirds
Not necessarily enough to make a perceivable difference. I didn't have an episiotomy or tearing, and I really haven't noticed any difference. Anyway, you can minimize the redecoration (love that term! ) to at least what is natural, by keeping people's hands (and knives) away from your vagina during birth, and pushing instinctively.
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