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Re: C sections

  • @jennv0701 I meant a T on your uterus, not skin.
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  • @jennv0701 I'm so sorry you have anxiety about this <3 and hope everything goes smoothly this time. The idea to have a stepstool is a great one, our bed is really high which makes things super difficult. 
    Me: 38, DH: 36 
    Married Jan 2008 
    DD Baby Bells born Dec 2016 5 lbs, 12 oz, 18" <3 so in love <3
    Due with #2 Baby Arya EDD February 2020


    jennv0701
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  • @daffodil_shoe oh I know it’s common but I’d like to be proactive. It’s not a fun feeling. I threw up during the last one 😣
    Me:33
    DH: 34
    Married: May 2011
    TTC #1: May 2015
    DS: 10/20/2016
    TTC #2: June 2019
    #2 EDD: 2/20/2020
  • So I was reading Ina May's Childbirth book and she was talking about when getting a c-section how to make sure you're getting two layers stitched up rather than one. She said that they've been doing one stitch but it can add to complications in the future. Does anyone know if this is common practice? 
    TW
    BFP 6/3/19 EDD 2/14/20 BFP 4/15/21 EDD 12/20/21
    Diagnosed with PCOS & Hashimoto's
  • @brookert615 what layer of tissue is she referring to? My OBs do two layers of suturing on the uterus.
    brookert615
  • @brookert615 my OBs do 2 layers of stitching...
    Me:33
    DH: 34
    Married: May 2011
    TTC #1: May 2015
    DS: 10/20/2016
    TTC #2: June 2019
    #2 EDD: 2/20/2020
    brookert615
  • I'd have to pull out my book when I got home! @daffodil_shoe and @ibabyloveb87 Thanks! That's good to know!
    TW
    BFP 6/3/19 EDD 2/14/20 BFP 4/15/21 EDD 12/20/21
    Diagnosed with PCOS & Hashimoto's
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