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Countrycat

VBAC after non progressing labour

HI so was wondering if anyone else had a similar experience to me. Bascically I lost my mucos plu...

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hi there, i cant help in regards to the strep but I am 5weeks with #2. My dd was a 2day failed induction done incorrectly then a c-s...

Scoot Scoot

C sect

Just curious when do c sec actually get done? Is it 38wks or 39?

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I think each 'ob/gyn' to thier own. I had an emergency c section with my dd1 at 36 weeks. 2 years later, my dd2 was delivered via c ...

Blake's_Mum

Should I get my tubes tied during CS or not?

Hi all, I'm having an elective CS in a couple of months. This is baby #2. I've never really en...

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Its very final... I think that unless you are 100% you should give it a few more years you never know how you might feel further do...

Masiggins

C-section in public system (south aus)

Hi, I was just wondering if anyone has any idea as to what my rights are as a public patient in S...

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Don't get a Csection 'just because' it is really hard work, Ive had one emergency C-section because I lost too much blood and they n...

mummi89

nervous about csection

im now 39 weeks with my 1st and baby decides to flip around and is now in breech. my dr said its ...

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Congrats on the new arrival, glad to hear it all went well. Have fun and enjoy every minute.

Stelle

First Period after Caesarean

I had a c section 7 weeks ago and yesterday started my first period since. I am experiencing real...

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Because I breast fed I didn't get my first period until 4mths after the c-section. I do remember it was quite painful, but settled d...

00Neatz00

Caesarean with complete PP & anterior placenta

hi ladies just wondering if there are any of you out there who have had a c-section with an anter...

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Hi there. I had what is known as a vasa previa. Very rare condition which wasn't picked up throughout pregnancy. In many cases it en...

neenah

public free c-section

heya thought id let people know i went to OB today was booked for electice c-section in public h...

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i had an elective csection for DD in a private hospital and it cost me no more then a normal delivery. my OB fee for either deliver...

sharni86

slightly silly question

i know this seems like a bit of a silly question but i am booked for my elective c-section in a f...

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caitlin marie

e_b1

VBAC or CS

I would love any advice, suggestions, stories that anyone has to offer please. I am 25 weeks pre...

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bub isn't due for another 13 weeks so I have a bit of time. I'll see what the ob has to say at our next visit and they may be able ...

***Ibu***

Managing after caesar both physically and mentally

Hi I had an unplanned caesar 2 weeks ago while I never thought the birth of our little girl would...

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Hi ladies thanks for all your advice and support. I did take a lot of your advice and went back to the DR. Dr referred me to have an...

Familyof Five

3rd C Section

Hello ladies! Well after 8 months of trying my partner and I are now expecting baby #3 in March 2...

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My partner said he likes my belly so I think I will stress less about how it will look after the 3rd c section now. Makes it easier ...

B_J_S

C Section Education

Just a tip to the ladies out there about c section education. I was not aware that the hospital o...

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OMG that sounds awesome:) Back you up on that one, ask girls. Man I wish there was one available when I had my first one 8yrs ago.

Amylicious

C-Section all booked in

Hi everyone, I got my mail yesterday and was shocked to have received my Admission papers alread...

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Good Luck for tomorrow Hope it all goes smoothly

KristielovesJason

Routine Ceasarian - blood loss compared to natural birth?

Hi there everyone, So I am currently 19 weeks pregnant with frat twins. i am only 23 so twins...

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I think most mums opt for c-section when it comes to twins these days or their drs encourage them too, I don't know. I haven't had a...

anon2

Caesar due to low lying placenta.....??!?

Hi all, I'm 37 weeks preg and had a low lying placenta at 20 weeks of 7mm... Had another scan at ...

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I havent been in your situation but had to have a cs as bub was breech. At the end of the day i had my baby safely in my arms and g...

JadeAnkh

C-Section and Lochia (postnatal bleeding)

hi all, I had to have an emergency C-Section because DS decided to roll over during the labour a...

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Your most welcome! If you are really concerned about anything though, just give your doctor or midwife a call to have a chat. I ho...

Bek +2

breech baby

im 38wks and bub is breech still stubbon like his dad and im thinking of going with this choice i...

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im 38wks and bub is breech still stubbon like his dad and im thinking of going with this choice instread on ggetting him turned coz...

Peppabug

Elective C Section

Does anyone have any good tips or things that would be handy to pack for an elective c section? O...

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Thanks everyone for replies

Scoot Scoot

Tubes tied with c sec

Hello ladies just curious if anyone is having their tubes tied and c sec at the same time. My dr ...

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I had 2 cs and tube tied with #2. CS recovery the first time seemed typical- extremely light duties for six weeks which is fine when...

Kylie+2

Please Explain

Can someone please explain to me what the Abbreviations mean? Like D1 DD2..? i dont know any of t...

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I thought DH could stand for dickhead for some guys. It seems that way doesn't it.

white_with_three

10 months after cs

My daughter was born via cs over 10 months ago with no complications and my muscles still just do...

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My daughter was born via cs over 10 months ago with no complications and my muscles still just dont feel the same. they get abit ac...

ollie00

Footling Breech

Hi, I have just had another scan yesterday to see if my little miss has moved and she is now in ...

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My bub was breech (one foot down and one foot up) and the doctors told me if she hadn't turned by 37weeks that they would do an ECV ...

LIZDeeley

The safest option

I had pre-eclampsia with my first baby at 34 weeks which came on very suddenly. Only a few days ...

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I do understand where you are coming from about the constant justification that is asked of you in social settings. Having your birt...

lexie78

anterior placenta with C section delivery

Hi ladies. I am about 16 weeks and have been told placenta is anterior but not low. I had a previ...

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Anterior won't prevent a normal vaginal birth. Is that what you were worried about? Providing it stays high enough, you should be...

*Waratah*

Mums Being Pushed into c-sections?

The Courier Mail is today reporting how the c-section rate in private hospitals is above 50% in m...

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[quote name='OC1246' date='17 June 2011 - 06:01 PM' timestamp='1308304880' post='3009002'] I don't think women are being pushed into...

E_Jw

STILL having problems..

I had DD in September last year via emergency C-Section at 30 weeks. I had PE and HELLP and had a...

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Lola

Assisted Cesarians

Im having my third cesar in 9 weeks and my Ob who delivered my first has suggested having an ass...

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Yes I have! And it was an amazing experience. The OB lifts out baby's head and then takes your hands and you do the rest, you ge...

L&K

Loosing weight after CS

Hi I'm wondering if any of you have successfully lost weight after you CS? Or are trying to loose...

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Does your tummy ever go back to normal after a CS? I hate that's it's like a flap (sorry eww I know), but will it go back to normal...

Ilovebabies!

Elective Caesarian

Hello everyone, I am 14 weeks pregnant with twins and have booked into Westmead Hospital. All ...

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well... I had my cs 2 years ago with my son, I was in labour for 27 hours, they used vaccum to get him out and it failed... TWICE!...

neenah

Do you consider a c-section "giving birth"

Was shocked to see that some people don't consider having a c-section "giving birth" personally I...

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Lots of "action" during the "birth" of my twins. I could have made a bit of money in ticket sales for that event. Action packed.

Mellycolly

Bonding with baby

Hi Guys Just wanting to hear from mums who have gone through c sections and whether you felt it ...

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I’ve been worried about the same think I had a traumatic first time 19hours of established labour to end up with emergency c-sectio...

Amylicious

When do u go to hospital for a Caesrean

Hi Everyone I'm 33 weeks and booked in for a C-Section on the 12th of July. I had a natural birt...

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When you go in will depend on where you are & what time the c section is scheduled. I went in the day before as I was first in aro...

Caitie :)

Will they let me?

I have only just found out i am pregnant, (33wks along) and i am really scared about a naturally ...

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how did it go? have you had the baby?

Bianca19

Caesarean best option???

Hi, I have just been to my OB and she has recommended a caesarean due to the size of our baby's ...

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How big is the baby's head now? What does your gut tell you? The head isn't actually going to be x many cm's as baby is being born ...

Jayde

vbac after 2 cesars?

hi everyone, ive just found out im pregnant with our 3rd baby, our first 2 have been delivered vi...

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A VBA2C is dependant on your situtaion of course but it can and has been done https://www.huggies.com.au/forum/topic/422455-Vagiana...

bub12

Worst cs experience

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Shannonv

Can i elect for CS? 1st was natural but broke my tail bone???

Hi all, well just wanted someone else's input to my delima. My first child was natural, however w...

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I'm in a similar situation with the addition of ongoing perennial issues following my first natural birth. I asked to speak to an ob...

First timer 29

C-section for twins Lock

Hi Everyone, Had my first ob appt yesterday (am pregnant with twins) and told the dr that I want...

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Twin pregnancies are a higher risk group than singletons. And ID twins higher still. When you are pregnant with multiples you make s...

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OBGYN

Hi, I am at the start of my second pregnancy. My first one was complicated and resulted in an e...

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I got the list of specialists that use the hospital I was going to, rounded it down to 3 names and looked them up on Google! There ...