I've had 2 c-sections both for fetal distress. My son was a surprise breech with thick meconium,some minor drops in heart tones and was blue for the first two hours of his life needing some oxygen. My daughter was born at 34 weeks because I was in labor that couldn't be stopped and her heart tones were bad, she had to be intubated for her first 6 hours of life then was off of oxygen. My son had to be physically pulled and wiggled and worked from my pelvis and my daughter just never seemed to be able to be able to get past a certain point. Weights 6lb 8oz and 5lb 3oz
There seems to be some kind of structure that my kids get stuck on and then they get stressed out. I'm ok with this,really I am. I actually have a few birth defects to my legs just things like some muscles by my kneecaps and a small bone in my ankle that never formed right so something in my pelvis being off doesn't shock me.
It just seems like when this gets brought up with (or by) certain family members that they have to tell me they had faith in me that I could do it myself.
All this leaves me is confused as too whether this is a compliment I'm not understanding?
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