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    Eeek, DE! That is my worse nightmare...

    I am having my second c-section in just over 3 weeks. My first was great so hoping for a similar experience!

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    Second one was definitely better for most things. First was an emergency c section, DD1 was breech but I went into labour a week before my scheduled c section. So that was all rushed, stayed longer in hospy, took a little longer to recover, was scared because didn't know what to expect.

    This time i had an elective c section and didn't go into labour. I had it in my 40th week. Was first patient in the morning, nothing was rushed. Did throw up a bit more in the theatre and had the shakes right after csection but that was the only bad bit during this time around. Stayed at hospy for only two nights this time around and recovered quicker afterwards. Wasn't scared this time around also because knew what to expect.


 

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