So, I was scheduled for a hysterectomy in March of next year for medical problems. Well, I just found out today I am pregnant (didn't think was possible) through my doctor actually. My doctor said we had 3 options. I could schedule a C section and do my surgery at the same time. I could schedule and induction and have my surgery at the same time. I could deliver naturally and then later schedule my surgery. I don't think I can swing the latter one because I don't think my husband can get the time off work twice like that. But both of my other children have been born vaginally and the idea of a C section scares me. I am also wary of inducing just because of some of the reported complications. Obviously, my husband and I will be thinking this over and talking a lot with our doctor, but I wanted real woman opinions. Has anyone gone through this, what would you recommend and what do you think you would do?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 3:35 AM on Oct. 21, 2009 in Health
Answer by Anonymous at 4:04 AM on Oct. 21, 2009
I agree with the PP. If you have the C-section. 1. you will have the choice of the day so your hubby can get it off work way early so there's no problems. 2. you will already be open and the discomfort and pain will be all at once instead of twice or in two different places. lol!
I would be scared of a C-section too. The best way to look at it is that millions of women have C-sections all the time and some of them wouldn't have a baby any other way. Congratulations!!
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