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    So sorry Ally, can only echo what everyone else has said, do what you think is right. xo

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    I am so sorry you are going through this. Follow your instincts and have a Caesar if that is want you want. Thinking of you xo

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    ally im so sorry to hear of your latest update ive been following for a while, and i really wish there was a way we could help take your pain away. I Agree with all of the above replies. Follow your heart, and do what you feel is best. Your strength and determination is really admirable. I really hope that you get to meet your gorgeous Angus and look into his eyes. Im sure he knows how much you and your husband love him, and he will be feeling the same for you.

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    Ally the risk to you from having a caeser really isn't a lot greater than a normal delivery anyway. You have been through so much already. I think you, your husband and Angus all deserve to experience that final bonding moment of cuddling each other will hopefully bring. I think it sounds like the right choice. I'm so very sorry your news wasn't better.

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    It's not necessarily that a c-section is a riskier birth choice it's the damage it causes to your uterus that can effect future pregnancies. If it's your first baby the doctors view is that they want to give your subsequent pregnancies the best chance possible. When we got told Clem died I wanted a c-section, the idea of going through a labor to birth a baby that had died sounded really traumatic but the doctors advised against it since it was our first pregnancy and they wanted to give subsequent pregnancies the best chance possible.

    It's also the grieving factor. The grieving process is made harder if you are not physically well (ie it's hard to process and cope with all your emotions when you also have to worry about your physical body).

    Talk to your doctor about the risks and choose from your heart. I understand you wanting to be able to hold Angus while he's alive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blondekelli View Post
    Ally the risk to you from having a caeser really isn't a lot greater than a normal delivery anyway. You have been through so much already. I think you, your husband and Angus all deserve to experience that final bonding moment of cuddling each other will hopefully bring. I think it sounds like the right choice. I'm so very sorry your news wasn't better.
    I completely agree with this, ally. You deserve to hold your little Angus if you can. Hugs

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    Ally have the Caesar if that's what you want to do. I'm just so sad for you and your DH xx

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    Ally, just want to send you, DH and Angus love and light xxx

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    I'm so very sorry. I would take the ceasear. It's your baby, your birth and you need to experience this the way your heart needs to. You will forever be a mummy to your first born. Xxx

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    Thinking of you.....im so sorry

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