You are here: Home > Message Boards > Expecting Parents >  C-Section >Wanted a c-section!
 
C-Section:Wanted a c-section!
2002-12-21
Name: Seema I was just so scared to go through the labour pains that I almost told my gynac closer to the date that she should not hesitate in considering a c-section. And although she tried for a normal delivery, becasue of some complications at the last minute she had to do a c-section. I am so happy I did not have to go through the labour pains that I have heards so much about. And yes there was some pain at the site of the stitches, but I am sure it was much more bearable than labour pains. I am now expecting my second and the doctor has told me I will have another cesaerean.
Subscribe to this conversation Reply Anonymously
 

2005-08-22
#1
Name: shikha
Subject:  hiiiiiiiiiii
hi seema
i just wanted to know how many stitches do we get on an average in a c-section delivery
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2007-05-04
#2
Name: sasha
Subject:  stiches
i had a c section with my first baby and i had 32 stiches and i had my done vertically
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2005-08-22
#3
Name: shikha
Subject:  painless normal deliveries
i have heard that normal deliveries can also be painless.
i wanted to have more information about that can any one help me regarding this
i wonder why dont people go for that
if u can have a painless delivery and taht too in a normal way that is the best or these have considerable side effects
???????????????///
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2007-04-17
#4
Name: reshu
Subject:  painless deliveries
some pain less injections are available in market but they all effect the baby badly. so doctors never prescribe it and these injections never make u totaly painless. u feel the pain, it just maked it lesser.
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2004-04-04
#5
Name: thorsen
Subject:  heads up
I am 38 weeks and the baby is head up I have had such a hard time adjusting or I should say readjusting my rythm to medical intervention.
In my mind it is the baby' s right as well as our bodies to allow the 9 months of preperation to have it's moment of glory though delivery.It is what is expecting to do, a vaginal delivery.
Certainly in extreme cases where safety is on the line we should have intervention, but please if you are able to have a vaginal birth do not deny yourself, your body and most of all your baby of their right.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2003-09-14
#6
Name: g
Subject:  Wanted a c-section! (seema)
I may have to have a C-section for my child. I am not concerned one way or the other. I find it disapointing when other people TELL you what is best for you. How do they know? If you do go thru with a vaginal birth, try being upright. Women used to squat or stand for births, the lying down position only became popular around the 17th century. It makes birthing more difficult because you don't have gravity helping you. Remember tho' women have been having vaginal births for centuries so it can't be too bad.
However, there can be problems associated with vaginal births, that are glossed over. Perhaps you will end up trying both ways if you have more than 1 pregnancy. I suggest researching websites for other peoples experiences to make up your mind.
For the lady who wanted to know, an epidural is a rather large needle with a powerful pain killer inserted into the spine for pain relief.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2003-06-26
#7
Name: K
Subject:  Regarding wanting a C-section
Okay, for one, you have all got to be kidding me ! Since when did one get the idea that a C-section is a casual option for you to choose. A lot of Drs these days 'recommend' it for financial reasons benefiting them. A C-section is considered 'major' surgery even though they'll have you believe otherwise. Read any pregnancy book and you'll know that. Would you consider a cut through your chest and heart as minor, then yes, a cut through your abdominal wall and uterus is minor.

I had a C-section the first time because of cord problems for the baby and I was disappointed. I was on my feet with difficulty the next day and with ample support from pain medication. I was able to breastfeed my baby within an hour though. All the nurses and Drs co-operated. I had got an epidural during my labor process and got through the beginning part with breathing exercises. It was no big deal. I was awake during surgery. I am pregnant again and will be attempting a vaginal birth. C-section is not an option I'd choose unless I have to. Birthing is a natural process and there is enough help around if you want to numb the pain. There is nothing to be afraid of. You get back in shape a lot easier with normal delivery.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2003-08-19
#8
Name: Mumma
Subject:  C-section
I agree Drs choose c-section very easily & casually ! I so badly wanted a normal vag delievery and I tried for 3 hours and after that I reluctantly agreed to a c-section. It was not easy taking care of my son for next 6 weeks who was in ICU , for a week, due to breathing comlications ( now he is healthy like a lark ).
I too had epidural and was able to handle the contractions very well. I however just can't get rid of my bulging tummy , the Drs say after a major surgery it happens :-(((.
I pray my second is a normal one !!
I agree with K
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2003-06-13
#9
Name: treva
Subject:  hello
were you awake for your c-section though...And what all did you notice during the procedure did you feel any pressure or any pain while there were making the incision into your stomach? I am pregant with my first child and m,ust have a C-section and I am just so worried about what it will be like....Should I stay awke or be totally knocked out?
Sincerely
Treva
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2003-12-15
#10
Name: Successful normal delivered mother
Subject:  Go for Normal
Hi treva,

To be frank you should prepare yourself for a natural birth 'n' not C- Section. Thru the natural birth you have a feeling of motherhood , the hapiness of giving birth to a child . Experience once. Most of the times, it is the people who frighten you more, its their experience.

I think is it not necessary if soeone got problems or more pain you will also get the same. Everyones body and complications are differenct , Do u agree?

I think you should stop asking everyoone b'coz the more you ask the more you will be frightened. Hence, request you to go for natural. Its simple- god has gifted you with this gift than by hook or crook he knows how to take care of you .

Regards- Do tell me ur decision and experience also if you wish so....
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2003-06-06
#11
Name: Moumita
Subject:  pls ans me
I am n unmarried gal.
I want to ask that do we feel the pain of stiches during normal delivery?
Or does the size of vagina increases
during that time.

Pls reply me
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2007-04-17
#12
Name: reshu
Subject:  stiches in normal delivery
During normal delivery, there is a little bit pain of stiches but not terrible. infact doctor gives you injection so that you may not feel this pain. yes, the size of vagina increases but its not enough so doctor cuts the part.
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2003-06-04
#13
Name: Aparna
Subject:  Hi Seema

I had a drugfree vaginal birth two months ago. It was not bad at all! I have a low pain tolerance level too. I have cried during my periods sometimes, but during my labor I stayed strong because I was prepared. An hour after I gave birth, I took a shower, was able to walk around, and people were amazed to see me and realize I'd just given birth. I'm sure breastfeeding was made easier by the fact that I was not hurting after labor.

I did breathing exercises during contractions and my husband stayed with me and helped me breathe through them. It was certainly not the worst pain of my life. I was making small talk with the nurses between the contractions at 8 cm dilation. While labor hurts, it's natural and as long as you're not afraid, it's bearable.

Please, if you have an option, reconsider your decision to have a c-section.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2004-03-11
#14
Name: Rama
Subject:  Wow
Hi,

Wow, I wasn't aware that in India husbands are allowed to be present during delivery. Did you deliver in India or abroad? I know that they do allow husbands to be present during delivery in western countries. So, if you delivered in India I would be interested in knowing the place where you delivered as I want my husband to be present while I delivery our baby.

Thanks in anticipation
Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2003-08-14
#15
Name: suman
Subject:  hi
hi Thats nice to hear that you had no pain in normal deliver , iam due next month iam very scared if i think if delivery . sometimes i feel that c section is better . i dont think so that i can go for that . can you give sometips
Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2003-06-06
#16
Name: Dola
Subject:  Reply me if u can
"contractions at 8 cm dilation. While labor hurts, it's natural and as long "

What does it mean
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2003-05-26
#17
Name: Manju
Subject:  C Section
I Completely disagree with that. Normal deliveries are the best. The pain of labour is just temporary and u can be back in action after a day. I have gone through a C Section and i feel that was my bad luck as i was not in a position to even take my little one on the first day. It is usually nice to feed the baby after half an hour but i couldn't do it.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2003-04-29
#18
Name: debasmita
Subject:  planning on having a c-section
even I am planning on having a c-section just to avoid the labour, I have spoken to many moms about this.. and everyone told me giving a normal birth was the most painful thing they had ever done, while in case of people who had c-section they did not seem to complain so much.... i am aware that epidural helps to reduce the pain during normal birth but it does not make it completely painless and is not administered as soon as labour starts... specially it seems unfair to go through the entire labour process and then do a c-section.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2006-01-04
#19
Name: gal@20
Subject:  epidural
hi...m an unmarried gal n i want to know wat is this epidural all bout..

i wld appreciate a reply to my query s i wanna upgrade my gk on all this s its very low compared to wat it shld b..

thnx...looking forward 4 an answer
Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2003-06-06
#20
Name: Mita
Subject:  Answer my Question
".... i am aware that 'epidural' helps to reduce the pain during normal birth but it does not make it completely painless and is not administered as soon as labour starts"



What this 'epidural' means
Msg Objection   Go to Top
Pages >>  1  2 

All tips on Expecting Parents
You ever wanted in one place.
No need to go anywhere else.
& Answers to Topic :
Wanted a c-section!


Subscribe to this conversation! All tips on Expecting Parents
You ever wanted in one place.
No need to go anywhere else.
& Answers to Topic :
Wanted a c-section!


Subscribe to this conversation! All tips on Expecting Parents
You ever wanted in one place.
No need to go anywhere else.
& Answers to Topic :
Wanted a c-section!

Thanks for subscribing
You are already a member, please login to subscribe

------ OR ------

Expecting Parents
Parents of Babies
Last 7 Posts of this Board
RE:C-Section
There are many misconceptions regarding C-Section delivery.There are no any complications and it is done only with the consent of the mother.As myself, a Sr Consultant at Paras Bliss New Delhi inform that this type of delivery depends on various factors.... - Helai Gupta [View Message]
Advertisement
eBackpage is one of the best free classifieds site in USA. It is the digital search engine of millions of local and international levels of ads and classifieds.... - EBackpage Alternative [View Message]
RE:recommendations for a ob gyn in Noida
Dr Pushpa Kaul at SJM SUPER SPECIALITY HOSPITAL is the best Gynae I have ever consulted. She handled both my pregnancies very nicely.... - Priya [View Message]
RE:recommendations for a ob gyn in Noida
Yes, I also support Dr Pushpa Kaul. She's a good doctor. Thanks to her I could deliver both my kids too normally.... - Sunaina [View Message]
RE:recommendations for a ob gyn in Noida
My wife had multiple abortions before we consulted Dr Pushpa Kaul. Within a few weeks of medication my wife conceived normally and later delivered a healthy baby boy. We are highly thankful to Dr Kaul.... - Sujay [View Message]
maternity hospital in whitefield
hi
i m searching maternity hospital in whitefield? rfrng dr. reshu sarogi.

and

how maany days it will take to back home aftr c section... - Needhi Prabhakar Gupta [View Message]
RE:C-Section
C-sections are planned when the mother wishes to escape the labor pain or in emergencies like if the cord is entangled around the baby's neck and the baby's life is at risk. But i think natural delivery is always a better option.... - Neeta [View Message]