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Turkey´s new epidemic, C-sections: A cut above?
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50.       Trudy
7887 posts
 23 Sep 2008 Tue 04:36 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 Right, SORRY!  I don´t want to get in any trouble again.....I am usually such a nice girl{#lang_emotions_angel}

 

 Contradiction in terms, Elisabeth? lol

51.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 23 Sep 2008 Tue 04:39 pm

 

Quoting Trudy

 Contradiction in terms, Elisabeth? lol

 

 Perhaps....I think Admin needs to add a little devil smiley to the smiley menu....{#lang_emotions_bigsmile}

52.       catwoman
8933 posts
 23 Sep 2008 Tue 04:45 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 Perhaps....I think Admin needs to add a little devil smiley to the smiley menu....{#lang_emotions_bigsmile}

 

Do you have a suggestion for a specific smiley?

53.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 23 Sep 2008 Tue 04:51 pm

 

Quoting catwoman

Do you have a suggestion for a specific smiley?

 

 Perhaps something with horns and a pitchfork?{#lang_emotions_razz}

54.       geniuda
1070 posts
 23 Sep 2008 Tue 08:19 pm

 

Quoting mltm

 {#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}

Horrible but can you give us the degree, it is comparable to what in your case?

 

And people if you know: Are there any natural ways to decrease the amount of pain of the natural birth, are there any special exercices for this etc..And does the pain depend on the anotomy of the body, on the psychology of the woman etc..., or is it inevitably painful?

I agree with you mtlm, it all depends on the anatomy of the woman.

In my case YES, it was painful but not HORRIBLE!!.. Maybe I was luckier than Elisabeth {#lang_emotions_razz}.

My baby was born 4 hours after I arrived to the hospital, everything was too fast that I did not need the epidural(lucky me{#lang_emotions_bigsmile} )  The hardest part was after the labor, when I had to deal with “the healing” ....since my baby was too big (9 pounds) the doctor said he needed to cut a little ....a little??? no way!! that was way too much {#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}

 

55.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 23 Sep 2008 Tue 10:21 pm

 

Quoting mltm

 {#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}

Horrible but can you give us the degree, it is comparable to what in your case?

 

And people if you know: Are there any natural ways to decrease the amount of pain of the natural birth, are there any special exercices for this etc, and I heard that giving birth in water helps a lot. And does the pain depend on the anotomy of the body, on the psychology of the woman etc..., or is it inevitably painful?

 

 Personally, I think it is inevitably painful.  Labor was hard, especially during transition and delivery was even more painful.  I had a difficult recovery, because I tore during delivery in addition to having an episiotomy.  There are also other problems due to the force of pushing during childbirth which I care not to mention .  I took several childbirth classes and tried every breathing technique I was taught.  It worked to a degree but I still had a conciderable amount of pain.  I am a relatively tall woman with an average frame...but I am not sure if it helped or not.  I have known many women who are smaller than me who had a much easier time....I was in labor for 36 hours.  With all this said, I would still rather have a natural childbirth than a C-section if given the choice.  As much time as it took me to heal, I can´t imagine recovering from surgery with a little baby to take care of ..... my hat is off to you ladies who tough it out!

56.       Trudy
7887 posts
 23 Sep 2008 Tue 11:14 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 Personally, I think it is inevitably painful.  Labor was hard, especially during transition and delivery was even more painful.  I had a difficult recovery, because I tore during delivery in addition to having an episiotomy.  There are also other problems due to the force of pushing during childbirth which I care not to mention .  I took several childbirth classes and tried every breathing technique I was taught.  It worked to a degree but I still had a conciderable amount of pain.  I am a relatively tall woman with an average frame...but I am not sure if it helped or not.  I have known many women who are smaller than me who had a much easier time....I was in labor for 36 hours.  With all this said, I would still rather have a natural childbirth than a C-section if given the choice.  As much time as it took me to heal, I can´t imagine recovering from surgery with a little baby to take care of ..... my hat is off to you ladies who tough it out!

 

When I read this I´m so happy that years ago I decided ´to have the pleasure without the problems´... {#lang_emotions_shy}

57.       lesluv
722 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 12:16 pm

 

Quoting mltm

 {#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}{#lang_emotions_scared}

Horrible but can you give us the degree, it is comparable to what in your case?

 

And people if you know: Are there any natural ways to decrease the amount of pain of the natural birth, are there any special exercices for this etc, and I heard that giving birth in water helps a lot. And does the pain depend on the anotomy of the body, on the psychology of the woman etc..., or is it inevitably painful?

 

 i think i was relatively lucky when it came to labour....... first one was 4 hours and only used the tens machine (little electric pulses to build up you pain threshold)

2nd was in labour for 2 hours and only just made it to hospital.....he he ......nearly born in carpark...i don´t remember the pain being severe but i think the joy and elation of this new little person just cancels out any pain.......

mmmm must be my child bearing hips {#lang_emotions_lol_fast}

 

 

58.       catwoman
8933 posts
 12 Jun 2009 Fri 04:55 am

 

Quoting WarTrain

This non-medical "trend" for C-Sections makes me so angry.  It is selfish, expensive and indulgent to have your baby by choice this way.  Many people don´t realise the risk they are taking with their baby.   Contractions in a normal birth are there for a reason and benefit the baby physically in numerous ways, including breathing.  It is extremely traumatic for a baby to be suddenly grabbed out of the womb, with no warning.

 

I wanted to say that this is bull! There is absolutely NO difference for the baby which way it comes out!!! C-sections are twice as dangerous to the mothers though, that is what many people don´t realize.

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