that bad of a thing? I was just wondering about it because it always seemed like the doctor just wanted to hurry things up since I was only 1cm dilated and stayed that way with mild contractions for three hours. I understand that it can mean that the baby is stressed, but his heart rate was perfectly normal. They wouldn't let me walk around or anything to get things moving along. I just sat in bed while different nurses walked in and out then finally the doctor came in telling me all the serious problems that could happen and that I should just do a c-section.
She made me cry because of how harsh she was, and made it seem like I didn't have a choice (even though the nurse calmed me reminded me that I did have a choice). I ended up being cut open and had a very healthy baby. Please any input would be great. I "googled" it and didn't get much haha.
Answer by Anonymous at 12:42 AM on Jun. 3, 2009
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Answer by ours at 1:11 AM on Jun. 3, 2009
After your water breaks you are not allowed to walk around AT ALL!!!!!! Ever, no matter what, the cord could end up under the babies head and kill it!!! Meconium in the water is a BAD thing, it causes infection and if the dr doesn't suction the baby BEFORE the baby breathes they can breath it in a die.
Answer by clovismommy25 at 1:45 AM on Jun. 3, 2009
Also VBAC's are BAD!!! Don't even try it, I know plenty of women who will say it is fine, My mom was one of them, until she worked in an or and saw women daily who tried it and ended up unable to have any more children and one who died. That is why you are only able to "try" to have a VBAC if there is a 24 hr fully staffed OR. It isn't safe!
Answer by clovismommy25 at 1:48 AM on Jun. 3, 2009
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