Peanut brittle - I have a coupe of friends that have the same problems as you it's not nice I am sorry I hope you completely recover
Yes I don't mention it to anyone anymore and I don't even mention it on the Hub because I have seen it can be very judgmental here to. The only reason I am discussing it on this thread is because I am hoping it does stay as an "empowering thread" and it is not invaded by BH members wanting to start a debate in here I hope we can feel safe in this thread discussing our excitement and empowerment.
My DH loves the idea of a c section it's great having at least his support. Oh and my mum she has had two easy VB and she even said go c section
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02-03-2011 10:13 #21
02-03-2011 10:13 #22
Are you seeking people's caesarean birth experiences? I have some things I've written that I'm happy to PM you if you like.
02-03-2011 10:19 #23
02-03-2011 10:40 #24
I'm not sure about 4babycinos, maybe PM her?
02-03-2011 10:54 #25
Thanks lambjam will have a squiz now...
02-03-2011 10:55 #26
Ive got the warm fuzzies!
for you all!
My CS is booked for a few weeks time & I am actually looking forward to it! Love hearing positive CS experiences & how empowering they can be. ALL birth is empowering, no matter what 'method'.....
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02-03-2011 10:58 #27
Sorry to intrude but I'm more than happy to pm my experience . Elective cs , was amazing and I'm having another in 4 weeks :-)
02-03-2011 11:23 #28
My ceaserean was a great experience
4Babycinos is still around, i'm sure she is just busy with her 4babycinos lol
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02-03-2011 11:38 #29
This is a beautiful thread to see. And so glad it hasn't turned negative or been hijacked
I've had 4 c/s, and yes, the theatre room itself is always freezing, but the people are always joyful, and warm, and so lovely - a baby is arriving in the world, how could anyone not be?!
Every time I have got the shakes at the start - just thinking about the spinal being put in gets me nervous. But every time the anaesthetist and midwives have been chatty and made me calmer and comfortable. I've been taken straight back to my room with my baby immediately after being stitched up (except for DD1 who had to go and have fluid suctioned from her lungs first - DH stayed with her). Have had them skin to skin on my chest & bf'ed as soon as they are ready, no attachment issues - I have been very very lucky.
All my children's c/s births have been unique and joyful and wonderful - DH & I have cried at every one of them So glad there's more positive c/s stories out there!
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02-03-2011 12:29 #30
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