ok moms i need ur help please
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Belinda - posted on 11/05/2012
Hi there April, I had a c section with my number 6 child, after about 2 week's i noticed i was numb, just above my scar!! any how was pregnant again, before i new it i was worried about the same thing! but i felt everything, didn't affect me in any way!! you should be fine...... i had a c section again with baby number 7 and im all numb again. bit of a weird feeling thou... if you are to worried, maybe speak with your doctor :) hope i heleped in some way ....all the best. Belinda x
Whitney - posted on 10/30/2012
Im Still numb on and around my c section and my son is 3 years old :) I talk to my docter and she told me that its actually really normal. I dont think that you have anything to lose seep over my dear :) If you are worried though, go see your docter and make sure jut to ease your mind :)
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April - posted on 11/08/2012
thank u so Belinda i went to doc today and everything is great the babys heart beat was 175 and my doctor actually said illl was stay numb down there now great but i hope i cann feel the baby like u did my son was real low i guess thats why im worried but i have faith that he or she will at least kick the crap out of me lol
~â¥Little Miss - posted on 11/01/2012
Talk to your DOCTOR about what you can and cannot do. They are the ones that can take an ultrasound and look at the state of your uterus. Seriously ,the external and internal numbness is not a good indication on the health of your uterus. Usually you can do what you are used to doing unless medically there is something wrong. They most likely will put a limit on how much weight you can pick up. But once again, all this is determined by your internal health.
User - posted on 11/01/2012
I have had 3 c sections an my first 2 were only 14 months apart so b careful but as 4 feeling u second pregnancy its just as normal as u first but the feeling from u scar will never return as my first c section was 6 years ago an my last was nearly 2 years ago an i am still numb x
~â¥Little Miss - posted on 10/30/2012
You will feel the baby once he/she is about 24 weeks in utero. Sometimes sooner, sometimes later. Your incision numbness will have nothing to do with it. I was STILL numb at my incision and I could feel plenty with my second. When they do the ultra sound, that area is especially sensitive, so speak up it they are hurting you. I had to plenty of times. Sometimes they just don't realize.
April - posted on 10/30/2012
thank u every one for ur comments i really didnt inspect to get preg again this fast lol but im glad their going to be close together i just cant wait till the first doc app nov.8 that way i know every thing is ok with the baby and hopefully i get to feel her or him kick some how lol
Kayla - posted on 10/30/2012
I had my son two years ago by c-section and my OB-GYN and her nurses said that sometimes the feeling never comes back. I still have a strip from my belly button down to my pubic bone that it numb. They said that they cut along a lot of nerve endings and some never heal and that's what causes the numbness.One of her nurses said she had a c-section fifteen years ago and still had no feeling.
Ashley - posted on 10/29/2012
i had my first c section 7 years ago, and when i got pregnant with my youngest almost 3 years ago, i was still numb. but it did not affect me feeling my baby. i also had a c section with him, and i am still numb from that one and he will be 2 in a couple weeks. ive just gotten used to it.
Angela - posted on 10/29/2012
it takes a while for your scar to heal, althou the body is amazing and is up for the job in hand, my advice dont do too much, dont be carryin anythin heavy, just go at a slow pace, enjoy ur lil one, eat healthy, sleep when bubs sleeps, have long relaxin baths, pamper urself cos wen no 2 is born u wont have time to blow ur nose.... congratulations to you and ur lil growin family :)
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