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    Default Re: **spin off** csections... Do you think it's just as hard

    Quote Originally Posted by Clarabelle View Post
    I just realised this is an old thread.

    It seems to me, that there is far too much energy put into this subject. If your child is healthy and well, is it really going to matter in many years time, when you're an old woman looking back over your life, whether or not your baby was born naturally? I mean, really, it won't matter, then, so I wonder why so much focus now?

    Time to move on and debate things that are more important.
    My grandma boasts about naturally birthing a breech baby like it was the most amazing thing ever and like she did it last week. Nevermind my uncle is 51 years old she's still riding the wave of awesomeness.

    And by that logic, really, does it matter what you've done today, this week, this year, heck this decade because when you look back as an old woman will you even remember any of it. And because that's all that matters hey? The summary of a life is all that matters not how we live it.

    No. It's important. We discuss it because it matters.

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    Default **spin off** csections... Do you think it's just as hard

    Quote Originally Posted by Clarabelle View Post
    Reeling from the shock of what? That we are still talking about something that has been talked to death? There is no right or wrong when it comes to birth. I wish everyone would stop with all the "I'm better than you" nonsense.
    Reeling from agreeing with VP...
    I've got news.... I guarantee that this won't be the last thread on this topic on this forum!! Crazy?! I know! Right?!?
    So in future when you see this topic talked about again....and again....and again... (which it will be)
    You have the awesome power NOT to reply and read and post irrelevant, insensitive comments in it!

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    Default **spin off** csections... Do you think it's just as hard

    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    Reeling from agreeing with VP...
    I've got news.... I guarantee that this won't be the last thread on this topic on this forum!! Crazy?! I know! Right?!?
    So in future when you see this topic talked about again....and again....and again... (which it will be)
    You have the awesome power NOT to reply and read and post irrelevant, insensitive comments in it!
    You got in trouble for agreeing with me... Ha Ha!

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    I have never had a c-sec but from what I have heard the recovery is much harder, and the actual process of getting to the point of being able to cuddle your baby is longer. I am terrified of having to have a c-sec I think it would be much harder for some reasons and easier for others.

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    Default **spin off** csections... Do you think it's just as hard

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    You got in trouble for agreeing with me... Ha Ha!
    That'll learn me!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    I.......AGREE with you VP...
    (Still reeling from the shock)


    Me too

    My C/sec was much harder than my natural births, but awesome nonetheless

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovemyfam View Post
    I have never had a c-sec but from what I have heard the recovery is much harder, and the actual process of getting to the point of being able to cuddle your baby is longer. I am terrified of having to have a c-sec I think it would be much harder for some reasons and easier for others.
    I dunno what happened with others that had c sections but I was handed my baby the moments after they pulled her out and breastfed on the operating table while they stitched me up so got some good ol snuggles straight up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DairyfreeDiva View Post
    I dunno what happened with others that had c sections but I was handed my baby the moments after they pulled her out and breastfed on the operating table while they stitched me up so got some good ol snuggles straight up.
    Same here

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    Default **spin off** csections... Do you think it's just as hard

    Quote Originally Posted by DairyfreeDiva View Post
    I dunno what happened with others that had c sections but I was handed my baby the moments after they pulled her out and breastfed on the operating table while they stitched me up so got some good ol snuggles straight up.
    Well mine was an emergency, so don't know if that was different as the paediatrician was there waiting, but I couldn't move my arms much anyway. There's no way I would've been able to hold her to feed her, especially lying down at that stage as I hadn't mastered feeding lying down.

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    Default Re: **spin off** csections... Do you think it's just as hard

    I was shown jasper he was rested on my chest for a few pictures, and taken away. I think the most frustrating thing about a csection was I just wanted to sit up, put him on my lap, unwrap him and count his fingers and toes and look at him. It frustrated me I could really only see his face and head unless someone else held him for me.

    But then I had a vbac with a baby who hated being touched and moved. So I could unwrap and play with her either!

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