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I'm wondering if it would resolve if you would NOT push? That would almost certainly keep you from "pushing your uterus out." It would also give your body a chance to apply the baby's head to the cervix enough to push it past.
Another consideration if you are interested is to learn about how to help a cervical lip. Maybe you and DH could learn together what to do? I know my DH has checked my cervix in two of my labors and I have found it helpful. I don't imagine it would be that much harder to gently hold the cervical lip for the baby to pass through. Just my opinion.
Missionary, birth-worker, midwifery student
Mama to DD (9yr), DS (3yr), & UC twin DDs (5yr)
i had a lip with my second and third births- with the second the midwife made me lay on my back while she (felt like to me) raped me to push it out of the way- this hurt way worse than any part of wither of my natural births.
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