I will ask the question tomorrow with my ob. I will let you know it is is an option worth considering...I've always wanted to go natual, but with my parents first g/s and their o/s for 3.5 months, I want them to get the chance to see bubs first - so that is my plight(???)
Otherwise I think you have to have a ligiment medical reason to have a c/s - well from previous post threaders comments.
Hi malu - Your welcome to post, I want to gain as much information as possible from people who have experience this and keep my mind at bay..Likewise for yourself next time round - you will know what to expect and how to deal with it
I noted that your IC and your loss..im so very sorry. 23 weeks is a very long time. I know I would be beside myslef. Its taken me 6 years to have this child let alone a natual conception. I don't know what I will do if anything should happen to this baby. This may be a little in personal - no pressure to answer/respond..beside a possible routine scan how did you know he was no longer alive??
Im a little concerned at the moment which I will bring to ob attention and maybe this is somthing I need to post on another thread - just many times are you to expect to feel bubs kick or move??.. I tell you its such a relief to feel movement and worry when you don't
with my previous pregnancy loss with twins m/c at 14 weeks) it was said I had an IC and that for the next pregnancy I would need a stitch. I fell pregnant last year in Aug while selling our home in Adelaide... It wasn't until I moved here to Melb that I had intensive examinations done and learnt I most certainly needed a stitch. Up till 16 weeks I was borderline and then by 18 weeks it was declared that I needed one. a week later I was admitted to hospital.
From reading alot of people posts - the average stitch put in place is 12-14 weeks
My doctor is Dr Anthony Woodward, works at the Espon Freemans Hospital.
I would recommend him to anyone. I don't think I would be where I am today without his close monitioring/attention. I really do believe the years of IVF back in Adelaide without a child - doctors had given up on me altogether