Just thinking about caesareans lately, Iím due in three weeks, and I suppose I keep imagining what type of birth scenario I may have to go through. Iím planning on having a water birth but as it is my first pregnancy, I donít know how well Iíll be able to handle going drug free, as the hospital Iím going to does not do epidurals, Only the gas.
Iíll be fine.
But my question is, to the mothers that chose to have an elective c-section. How did you go about doing so? As from the first time I went in for my midwife appointment I was never at any point asked about or was I ever told that elective c-section was available to motherĎs.
It was more so like I was being told, "well get yourself ready for one hell of a trip!", Meaning I was more so pushed into the natural birth selection. Kind of as if I was not allowed to electively decide to have a caesarean, because I wasnít given any information about it whatsoever.
As for all the famous mothers who chose elective caesareans you obviously figure, well theyíre very rich and famous they can do whatever they want.
Iím not in any way thinking about changing my birth plan, unless thereís an emergency/i'm advised to for the babies sake, but come the future if I do decide to have another baby, If I decide to go elective c-section how do you go about organising this? I know it sounds silly of me to ask but I have never, ever been given an insightful run down on this procedure.