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    Default Ivf miracles due may/june/july 2016

    I've been a bit quiet not a lot to share. We are now 16 weeks and found out we are having a boy.

    Is anyone else considering an elective caesarean? I'm a pretty anxious person and the idea of not knowing when bub will come is s bit overwhelming and I'm also pretty sure that I wouldn't cope with labour. On top of that DHs work can't just stop when I go into labour, if he is with patients or doing procedures he will just have to stay so we kind of think a planned date might work better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    I've been a bit quiet not a lot to share. We are now 16 weeks and found out we are having a boy.

    Is anyone else considering an elective caesarean? I'm a pretty anxious person and the idea of not knowing when bub will come is s bit overwhelming and I'm also pretty sure that I wouldn't cope with labour. On top of that DHs work can't just stop when I go into labour, if he is with patients or doing procedures he will just have to stay so we kind of think a planned date might work better.
    The birth of my son last year was rather traumatic and after meeting with my OB the other day he told me he did not enjoy my birth ( nor did I!!! ) But for the safety of the next baby we are thinking the C section route, we are waiting til 20 weeks to find out the size of the next baby and if it's as large as my last we won't deliver vaginally, my son nearly died from his cord being clamped off while his shoulder was wedged in my pelvis, my OB put his hands up and with one hand he run his fingers around my pelvis and wut b the other he twisted bubs by his head to try and unstuck him, he was born limp and blue with an Apgar of 4, i think the fear alone of this happening again with drive me towards having a c section.

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    I will be having another elective.

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    @mummymaybe I'm the same as you!! I am very scared of complications and have been thinking elective cesarean. Thought I'd wait to discuss it with my OB until I'm quite a bit further on.

    I just wanted to ask if any of you experienced cramping quite low down in your pelvis/pubic bone region? Yesterday and today at (weirdly enough) around the same time, I had this cramping that was sharp but dull at the same time, sort of similar to af type cramps but not....I know I'm not describing them very well!! Anyway both times it was quite uncomfortable but only lasted 10-15mins then died down eventually to nothing. I've heard so much about the uterus stretching etc etc I just haven't felt that before. I'm 11 weeks today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    I've been a bit quiet not a lot to share. We are now 16 weeks and found out we are having a boy.

    Is anyone else considering an elective caesarean? I'm a pretty anxious person and the idea of not knowing when bub will come is s bit overwhelming and I'm also pretty sure that I wouldn't cope with labour. On top of that DHs work can't just stop when I go into labour, if he is with patients or doing procedures he will just have to stay so we kind of think a planned date might work better.
    Congrats on a boy!

    Maybe you could talk to your ob about your fears? A lot won't do elective c sections for non medical reasons. Has he got a midwife you might be able to talk things through with? See what options they might be able to offer you. Some will do an elective ceaser and some won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ree888 View Post
    @mummymaybe I'm the same as you!! I am very scared of complications and have been thinking elective cesarean. Thought I'd wait to discuss it with my OB until I'm quite a bit further on.

    I just wanted to ask if any of you experienced cramping quite low down in your pelvis/pubic bone region? Yesterday and today at (weirdly enough) around the same time, I had this cramping that was sharp but dull at the same time, sort of similar to af type cramps but not....I know I'm not describing them very well!! Anyway both times it was quite uncomfortable but only lasted 10-15mins then died down eventually to nothing. I've heard so much about the uterus stretching etc etc I just haven't felt that before. I'm 11 weeks today.
    Is this your first bub? Yep I've had lots of cramping and stretching especially earlier on. I often get sort of pressure too which I think is my bladder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    Is this your first bub? Yep I've had lots of cramping and stretching especially earlier on. I often get sort of pressure too which I think is my bladder.
    Yes, first bub. I'm relieved I'm not the only one but sorry you've been having cramping too! I feel like all I do is worry! I also get the pressure thing and usually once I go to the toilet it's gone. There must be so much going on down there- so many changes! Thanks Clementine 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ree888 View Post
    Yes, first bub. I'm relieved I'm not the only one but sorry you've been having cramping too! I feel like all I do is worry! I also get the pressure thing and usually once I go to the toilet it's gone. There must be so much going on down there- so many changes! Thanks Clementine 😊
    The worry never ends. Then when they are born you just worry about other things you get all sorts of cramping and stretching bubs could be going through a growth spurt.

    The early weeks can be daunting and when you start getting regular movement later on, that can help reassure you. I'm almost 15 weeks and it's my second and I still worry every single day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    Congrats on a boy!

    Maybe you could talk to your ob about your fears? A lot won't do elective c sections for non medical reasons. Has he got a midwife you might be able to talk things through with? See what options they might be able to offer you. Some will do an elective ceaser and some won't.
    Thanks for that. My ob is happy with this plan she says that with my issues around not knowing when bub will be born its a good option. It will also greatly reduce the risk of dh being stuck at work and unable to leave if I go into labour early.

    Most of our issues are around timing and planning with only minor concerns around handling labour and the risk to bub ( I have a friend who's son died during labour)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    Thanks for that. My ob is happy with this plan she says that with my issues around not knowing when bub will be born its a good option. It will also greatly reduce the risk of dh being stuck at work and unable to leave if I go into labour early.

    Most of our issues are around timing and planning with only minor concerns around handling labour and the risk to bub ( I have a friend who's son died during labour)
    Sounds like a good plan then glad you've got a supportive ob.


 

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