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    Holy cr@p!! What a traumatic story you have. I'm so glad you are all ok now, I hope you are getting the help and support you need to heal. Take care.

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    Wow- good on you for getting your story off your chest. What a hard time you had! I am so glad you are getting your health back- enjoy your darling boy

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    My sister had a very similar birth 32 years ago. My niece was born bruised from head to toe and suffered permanent damage to the nerves in her shoulder. To this day she does not have full use of one arm. It was horrendous at the time and even more so that it is still happening today. They need to check a baby's position BEFORE induction. What you have suffered as a result of the birth it is no wonder you now have PND. I hope things continue to improve for you and you get to enjoy your LO.

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    I am so sorry that you and your family had such a traumatic birth. That must be something which is extremely difficult to overcome xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    My sister had a very similar birth 32 years ago. My niece was born bruised from head to toe and suffered permanent damage to the nerves in her shoulder. To this day she does not have full use of one arm. It was horrendous at the time and even more so that it is still happening today. They need to check a baby's position BEFORE induction. What you have suffered as a result of the birth it is no wonder you now have PND. I hope things continue to improve for you and you get to enjoy your LO.
    This is called Erbs palsy. My Dd has this due to her size and shoulder dystocia during birth.
    Op big hugs; what you went through was truly awful, I hope things are going well now xx

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    He was actually in the right position, then posterior by the pushing stage And turned during the pushing stage. I feel that I should not have been allowed to get so big but I see the last part of the birth as something no one could have expected.

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    What a horrible journey you and your family have endured. I'm wishing and praying you and your family all the best for some much needed health and happiness. Huge hugs xxx.


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    Hugs. I had a c section after my first baby decided to turn his head transverse like your little man. It was a terribly painful labour but after the vacuum didn't work they took me to theatre. I hope that you both continue to improve.

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