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    Ohh yes if you can empty your bowels before you get your anaesthetic. I mildly needed to and didn't. Paid for it lol

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    Bad here also, had to have a suppository to free everything up. There were just no tummy muscles to push with and it doesn't just fall out lol. Fibre fibre fibre and start 2 weeks before the cs

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    I didn't have any problems weeing after the catheter was taken out, but I had shocking constipation. After 5 days of not being able to go, pain, every stool softener and laxative they had, the hospital finally gave me Nulax which caused awful cramping but it cleaned me out. It took a couple of weeks for everything to get back to 'normal'.


 

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