DH and I decided that in february when I bring our 3rd child into the world if my VBAC is not successful and I have to have a c-section yet again we are going to tie my tubes. If my VBAC is successful which I am praying hard that it will be we most likely still will have it done.
My question is how does it make you feel that your tubes are tied and was it a hard thing to deal with? We are certain this is our last but I am 27 so something so permanent scares me a little bit. I know it can be reversed but I refuse to get cut open again. If we get the baby blues in a few years then we can adopt. I am just unsure of how this permant thing is going to weigh on my feelings, so I would like some honest feedback.
After my 4th baby I had my tubes tied at the age of 26 and I don't really regret it. Now sometimes I get the baby blues and want another one until I look at my kids and say NO. lol. I have enough kids to raise plus I always have complications with labor and have always been high risk patient. You will get the baby blues but I think you will be fine and like you said if you really want another baby you can adopt or even get your tubes untied. Now the doctor said I would have no problems really after I had my tubes and he was wrong I was in severe pain for a little over week and got very ill. My sister was in the same pain. Good luck with your decision.
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