I am scheduled for a RCS a week from today. I was induced with my daughter and had an epidural, which was a piece of cake for me - no problems. Obviously, with a RCS I will be getting a spinal. I have a SEVERE phobia about throwing up, and most everyone I have spoken to talks about how they threw up from the spinal either on the table or as soon as they got into recovery. I am allergic to morphine, which I know can also make people sick, so they will have to find another narcotic to give to me for pain management. The doctor today said I would have to discuss with the anesthesiologist my fears and see what they can do for me, but he said I should be prepared that I will most likely get sick. Anyone have any happy stories they can share about not getting sick from the spinal or should I just prepare myself now? I realize this should be the least of my worries, as all I want is a healthy baby, but sadly, my phobia about throwing up is just THAT great. TIA.
BFP 10/2/10, D&E 2/8/11 @ 22 weeks due to encephalocele
BFP 12/25/11 - EDD 9-5-12 Baby Girl born August 30, 2012 at 39 weeks 1 day via c-section
TTC #2 starting 2/13, RE work-up 9/13 HSG - blocked left tube, MTHFR, insulin resistance DH - perfect 11/13 - first medicated cycle: Metformin, Clomid, Ovidrel
BFP 11/30/13 - edd August 11, 2014