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    Default Perfect preg and needing an emergency c sect

    Has anyone had a perfect pregnancy and been quite fit and healthy and ended up with an emergency c sect? Just tryna fig out the odds. I know u dnt really know till ur in the situation

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    For me, 'no'. I had perfect pregnancy and had natural labour (private hosp with OB).

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    Yep I did failure to progress, I had 1/2cm left to dilate. I still say I failed to progress in there time. I'm healthy, fit and had a great pregnancy.

    Stay at home as long as u can, once at the hospital ur on a timer.
    I'll be staying home right till the end with this baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjewell View Post
    Stay at home as long as u can, once at the hospital ur on a timer.
    I'll be staying home right till the end with this baby.
    I wasn't on a timer, they checked how far dilated I was (wasn't that much) and then just hooked me up and monitored me from there. Make sure hospital isn't too far as you dont want to deliver in the car

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    Yeah I had an emergency cs first time, after a fit and healthy pregnancy. He was posterior and went into distress after being augmented after 24hrs of labour. Will also be staying at home as long as possible this time and try to do more for getting this bub in the right position

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    Mine wasn't 'emergency', baby was breech, so I got 2 weeks notice after a fairly perfect pregnancy.

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    How long we're u in hospital for?
    The hospital I'm going to is about 30mins away. I only chose it as they are very pro vbac

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    the actual pregnancies and c/s rarely have much to do with each other
    its the labour or lack their of that is usually the problem

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    Hi Loop, I'm interested to know what you plan to do to try to get bubs into the right position . Are there exercises you can do etc?

    Apologies for the ignorance this is my first bubs and I want to avoid a c-section if possible

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    Hmm ok. Just my Ob can't do csect they hav to call another in to do so however if my labor has already started and it becomes an emergency csect the Dr office said that my phi won't cover it and I rang my phi and they said they will look into it for me and I dnt think that's right as an emergency is an emergency right?

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