I understand that c sections shouldn't be elective...or in my opinion, they shouldn't be, at least. However, I recently asked a question about the healing of a c section, and instead of any sort of help or answers, I received lectures on why I SHOULDN'T be having one. I know that c sections are used too commonly in the United States when they aren't necessary, but I have a genuine medical reason for having one, and don't think I deserved a lecture or to have my Dr.'s knowledge questioned by women who are NOT Dr.'s. My question is...my are so many women so judgmental when it comes to this, and why was I treated like less of a mother because I have to have one? I simply deleted the question after the responses.
I would like to add...not only did they offer no help or advice...one mom actually tried to scare me by telling me that I could very well hemorrhage and that I should challenge my Dr. and ask for a vaginal birth.
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