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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Technically it is, but it's not the same.

    I struggled to say give birth for months after I had my third baby which was my first c-section (emergency)
    I've only experienced two emergency CS births, but I'd be quite certain that it's not the same as a vaginal birth. I personally have never had an issue calling it giving birth.

    It's just the original question made me cry a little on the inside that many people don't consider CS as giving birth.

    Don't even get me started on the 'easy way out' comments!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretched View Post
    Don't even get me started on the 'easy way out' comments!
    Never had a CS but...Urgh! Major surgery is hardly the easy way out!

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    Yes I chose a cesarian for both of my births and will again for the next one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    5 weeks on and I can't say I gave birth, I say 'when my ob delivered' or 'when she was born'.
    Four years on from mine I still cant say I gave birth either its always when she was born. And it was my choice to have a cesar....

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    Quote Originally Posted by siesmum View Post
    Four years on from mine I still cant say I gave birth either its always when she was born. And it was my choice to have a cesar....

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    OT a bit. Mine was elective but I'm still not happy about how it went down.

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    Hi there ladies, of course I meant Did you have an elective c-section due to a fear of giving birth NATURALLY/VAGINALLY?

    Apologies for any offence caused. I am looking for a case study for a HIGH PROFILE NATIONAL PARENTING MAGAZINE - if you could email me at contact@jessicajanesammut.com ASAP if you wish to take part, that would be wonderful. The feature will be friendly and non-judgey, showing that women have help at hand and options if they are truly scared of giving birth. Thanks :-)


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    Hi Codex, if you wish to take part in a national parenting magazine can you please email me at contact@jessicajanesammut.com. I am looking for a case study on this as part of the feature :-) The feature will be friendly and non-judgey, showing that women have help at hand and options if they are truly scared of giving birth. Thanks :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by codex View Post
    Yes I chose a cesarian for both of my births and will again for the next one
    Hi Codex, if you wish to take part in a national parenting magazine can you please email me at contact@jessicajanesammut.com. I am looking for a case study on this as part of the feature :-) The feature will be friendly and non-judgey, showing that women have help at hand and options if they are truly scared of giving birth. Thanks :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbub View Post
    Yes I did! and it was an awesome experience. wouldn't have done it any other way.
    Hi bigbub, if you wish to take part in a national parenting magazine can you please email me at contact@jessicajanesammut.com. I am looking for a case study on this as part of the feature :-) The feature will be friendly and non-judgey, showing that women have help at hand and options if they are truly scared of giving birth. Thanks :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by katiana View Post
    ^^ same as me. 2 elective c sections
    Hi Katiana, if you wish to take part in a national parenting magazine can you please email me at contact@jessicajanesammut.com. I am looking for a case study on this as part of the feature :-) The feature will be friendly and non-judgey, showing that women have help at hand and options if they are truly scared of giving birth. Thanks :-)

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