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Old 04-06-2009, 06:43 PM - Thread Starter
 
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[QUOTE=Hesperia;13505018]Take your time to heal the birth, emotionally and physically. Sounds like it was very difficult. I love that we have a safe place here to get mad and feel safe about it.
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I also love that I can come here and find understanding without having to get into long explanations or be judged for daring to think that there's more to birth than just a live baby.
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Old 04-06-2009, 06:47 PM
 
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Can you PM me the name of the OB if you know it? I'd love the info for our tribe. I won't be posting publicly though.

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Good heavens. I'm so sorry about your experience with that OB. I was literally cringing through most of your story I agree with the PPs, I'd file a complaint against that doctor.

Congrats on the new babe!
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I am so sorry you were mistreated.

Your son is so beautiful!

Peaceful mama to three blissfully-birthed and incredible small people: dd10, dd7 and ds5. Always awed and so thankful to be a midwife.
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Wow I admire you I was at home w/ lots of support and still needed encouragement and careful/slow talking. I can't imagine I would have even tried to put up a fight in that situation. You are brave.

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Awww...such a beautiful baby. Congratulations!

So sorry that you had a traumatic birth experience .

Perpetually breastfeeding or pregnant ENFP mom to a lot of kids...wife to a midwestern nice guy...living in tropical paradise...pink cats and homebirths rock!

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yup, that is one technique used to help "aid a baby out of a tight area".

not saying i agree with him doing that (I don't) but it is done in hospitals sometimes. (maybe homebirth,s I don't know... never seen it done in one)
Yeah...through watching countless birthing videos with DD everyday i've seen this done once at the hospital and once at a home birth. The midwife muttered something about "trying to remedy the very tight space." I cannot imagine how uncomfortable it would feel though.

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