Mostly online so that usually doesn't mean a whole lot but I want peoples opinion.
Do you look down on an elected for repeat c-section in women who've had a previous c-section?
This is assuming that the person has been informed of the potential risks of either option but still prefer the c-section. I can't be the only person who feels that it should be totally a mother's choice as long as it's not inherently dangerous to try a VBAC(You know vertical scar,placenta previa etc etc) or dangerous to go with a c-section(blood clotting disorders etc).
I'm fully informed I've done all the research (in depth) and still don't feel that a VBAC is right for me, period. Does that cause any issues for you?
Answer by sugamama3 at 1:05 AM on Jul. 6, 2011
Answer by onemellowmom at 1:05 AM on Jul. 6, 2011
Answer by DomoniqueWS at 1:19 AM on Jul. 6, 2011
I don''t think anyone one should be judging you for your decision on how to bring a child int this world. you are the one who had to go through the pain and risks associated. You know what you can handle. A vaginal birth can be very risky; long; exhausting: and extremely painful. Sometimes I think I would have rather had a c-section and not had to go through the pain. But then again I a petrified of being put to sleep or having a needle stuck in my spine!
My first son got stuck in the birth canal under my pelvic bone. Second was induced; no pain medication so it hurt; but was tolerable. My daughter came so fast that I didn't have time for a pain reliever and it hurt like hell! She broke my pelvic bone and she tore me pretty bad! I have a high tolerance for pain but would never wish the experience I had birthing her on anyone.
Answer by Mom_Of_3_Angelz at 4:49 AM on Jul. 6, 2011
Answer by ldmrmom at 7:06 AM on Jul. 6, 2011
Answer by tiffanyv123 at 9:01 AM on Jul. 6, 2011
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