You will be fine Hun just remind yourself you have done this before and you can do it again
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10-01-2012 07:09 #11
11-01-2012 05:48 #12
I also told them I didn't want to know when they were cutting etc. A spinal may be a bit more comfortable for you? (as comfortable as a c-section can be?) IYKWIM? I honestly had a really good experience. I wish I got more pictures or had a look at what they were doing. As DD is our last bub. And as much as I was freaking out, I was so completely fine, I sort of regret not having a little look, lol.
Anyways, I'll have my fingers crossed that you have a great experience. You'll be holding your baby in no time!
11-01-2012 08:17 #13
Meh I'm a sucker for punishment - why the change?
I haven't been overly impressed with the antenatal care, as in my clinic appointments. And a few times I had to go into emergency before I was 20weeks (had a couple of bleeds), I was highly unimpressed with the care there.
But I've had to go into the birthing unit a few times and spent a night on the maternity ward and found the staff there a LOT better than in the clinics.
I actually found the ward staff to be alot nicer and attentive than the staff at the Royal in Sydney where I had DD. They were pretty slack.
13-01-2012 15:19 #14Junior Member
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It's great to read about you positive elective c-section stories!
I hope this isn't too off topic, but i was wondering if you used your PHI for elective C-section?
I have been thinking that it is the way i would like to go. But i was wondering if PHI still covers elective c-sections, becuase they maybe arn't 'medically necisary'?
14-01-2012 21:50 #15
I had a horrible experience. They "nipped" my bowel. Had to have a second operation the next day to check them- all good though! But I had a 23 hour labour, ending in a c-section, and a cranky old lady making me feel like cr4p (who then did the c-section?!). I decided their care may be better seeing as what happened there with DS, but I would have been really uncomfortable being back there.
Although, every hospital has bad stories! I loved my c-section with DD.
14-01-2012 21:53 #16
Just realised you should be holding your precious bundle by now! I hope it all went smoothly, and you're recovering okay!
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