Anyone had a c-section??

Amanda - posted on 05/05/2009 ( 599 moms have responded )

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I'm scheduled to have a c-section at 36 weeks. I was wondering if you moms could give me your birth stories from when you had your c-section.

I'm a little worried. I have placenta previa so I can't have a vaginal birth this time around. So they want to do a c-section. I just want to hear your stories and how well you healed ect ect

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ME - posted on 05/15/2009

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I hope you get this message, and that you haven't tired of reading these stories yet! I was adamant that I would NOT have a c-section with my first and only...however, we all know what happens to most birth plans...out the window. After 23 hours of 3 min apart contractions, I was not dialating and the baby and I were both running fevers...I had an emergency c-section. It was over in 15 minutes and I had a beautiful baby in my arms...I felt nothing due to the epi and pain meds, but I knew what was going on and my husband was right beside me. I stayed in the hospital for 4 days...and those four days were a little tough...I was very sore...but the day after I left the hospital I went out for lunch with my boys and my fr.-in-law with next to no pain. I quit bleeding after 1 week...and my stitches were healed/out before I left the hospital. I had very little in the way of trouble healing...and plan to have a c-section with my next, if I am so lucky! The ONLY thing I wish I would have known is the effect the stomach surgery can have on your back...I am in rehab now for back probs from not working to regain those stomach muscles asap! Talk to your doctor about safe exercises after surgery, and make sure that you take good care of your back...I am missing out on a lot of good play time with my little guy, and have trouble picking him up and doing regular house work. It is slowly (not to mention expensively) getting better, but I will have back probs for the rest of my life and I am only 33!

Kristy Kay - posted on 05/15/2009

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I have had 4 c sections.... The first one was an emergency so I was asleep and I don't remember a whole lot, recovery was about 6 weeks... The next were planned mostly. I did go into Labor but I could not progress, I was too small... bone wise to progress.. The recovery seemed to be better with the other boys, I was awake and I COULD HEAR THERE FIRST CRYS AND FEED THEM IMMEDIATLY.. i NURSED THEM SO iN THE RECOVERY ROOM i NURED RIGHT AWAY. Just relax and don't fear it... They are much more advanced now then 20 yrs ago when my first one was. Just don't pick up to much right away thats heavy... walk as soon as they will let you out of the bed.. increases recovery time faster.. it may be painful but it goes away much faster. Lean on ytour family and friends if possible the first week... to give yourself some time to get around...Good luck!

Duff - posted on 05/08/2009

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I have had four. Get up and walk around as soon as they'll let you. The sooner you are walking the faster you will heal. Just do not walk too much at a time.

Holly - posted on 05/07/2009

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I had an emergency C-section for my first child and a planned C-section for my second. I was able to be awake for both sections. I was totally numb and didn't have any pain during the procedure. I could feel my insides moving around as the doctor moved my insides and took the baby out (again there was no pain). I will never forget either child's first cries. I was a little disappointed that my husband was the first one to hold both of our children because I was still on the table. I had to stay in recovery until I could feel the sensation of a pin poking my leg. This took a while. Then I was able to hold my baby. Recovery is bad for at least the first week. Hopefully you have someone to be with you during the day for at least the first few days when you go home. You won't be able to pick up anything from the floor. I used the stronger pain meds for the first several days and then moved to Tylenol. Don't make yourself suffer.

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Shirley - posted on 09/10/2010

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well with your issue its in a way difrent. its a very long healing process. you wont be able to do much lifting and you will be limited with what you do in the way of moving around. my son is over three months old now and i still have pains from it. i nearly lost my son and my own life due to bad complications during surgery. you need to be very careful with what you do and get someone to do your housework for you until you can move around proply. go easy when you do shopping too. it is a very big surgery and you would most probly be awake. when they take baby out they have to take out other various thngs first. i wont mention it other wise its going to make you freak. but you do feel all the jolting and a big releif on your back. goodluck and id you need more info just message me and i will be more than happy to anwer questions if this didnt make sense. xoxo

Nicole - posted on 05/25/2009

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I had 2. Best thing to do is get up and do some walking as soon as possible. It will help the recovery process go quicker. I was walking up and down stairs carrying laundry on the first day home with my first and with my daughter I was doing laps in the hallway at the hospital hours after having her.

Tamara - posted on 05/25/2009

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hey

i had an emergency c section. before i had mine i had heard so many horror stories. i know everyone is different but my caesar went really well. i had my baby at four thirty on the monday morning and i was up out of bed by 1 oclock in the afternoon. they took the calthador (dont know how to spell that one) out and i was ready to have a shower. i had strong pain killers for the first two days but after that i was just on panadol. my advice is to get moving as soon as u can after cause if u dont it will amke the recovery worse. two weeks later my scar is healing well. it hurts every now and again but only when i get up wrong i sneeze to hard. hahaha good luck dont stress to much over it at the end of the day u will have your baby in your arms xx

Angela - posted on 05/25/2009

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I've had 4 c-section and I healed quiet well. It's ok to be alittle nervous because everytime I've had surgeries I'm alittle nervous but my trust is in the Lord and my life is in His hands. So don't because once the baby is out and you hear his or her crying you will be so happy and filled with joy it would be worth it. I healed quiet well just follow the doctor instruction afterwards.

Danielle - posted on 05/25/2009

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I had a c - section with my first. My was an emergency. So it was a little scary. Recovery wasn't too bad. It took a little longer.

Candace - posted on 05/25/2009

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I had both of my children via c-section, and it wasn't that bad at all. The only advice I would give is to request dissolving stitches as opposed to staples... I had a big problem with the staples coming out before it was time. Of course, if you do exactly as the doctor says you won't risk pulling them out...

Jennifer - posted on 05/17/2009

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i had one with my first son. I went into labor but due to certain circumstances ended up with it. It was not that bad but they are right on here... keep moving. no matter how bad you are hurting moving and walking kicks in your natural pain killers and helps out. I was sore for a while and you need to take it easy but over all it was fine. you never realize how much you use those muscles though till they are sore. :) follow their advice and rest lots while you can.:) nothing to be afraid of, i do still have some numb spots though along the incision. good luck and congrats!

Jennifer - posted on 05/17/2009

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I had c-sections for both my kids. I didn't have a huge amount of pain but I was lucky that I had a great nursing staff to work with me. Good luck! Jennifer

Periwinkle0204 - posted on 05/17/2009

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Quoting Kimberly:

I have had 3 c-sections. my first was scary cause it was an emergency one. The others were planned, i would suggest yu do a spinal for the numbing an do not an epidual. I was shaking so bad after the epidural I couldn't even hold my baby. The spinal was so much better by the time you were done in the recovery room you already back to normal. It was very nice. The down side most doctore won't go VBAC.(Vaginal birth after c-section0All my docs refused to let me try for a vaginal delivery!



I had a spinal block for my c-section and I, too, shook really badly afterwards. The nurses said that it was a normal reaction.

Maria - posted on 05/17/2009

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i had an emergency c section.but when it came to the healing part it didnt really take that long.when u first get up to start walking it is difficult but if u keep at it u will b up and walking in no time. make sure u got someone looking after u cos u cant do much the first couple of weeks.hope it all goes well

Maria - posted on 05/17/2009

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i had an emergency c section.but when it came to the healing part it didnt really take that long.when u first get up to start walking it is difficult but if u keep at it u will b up and walking in no time. make sure u got someone looking after u cos u cant do much the first couple of weeks.hope it all goes well

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Hiya, I had a planned c section due to being tokophobic. I would recommend it to anyone. no problems what so ever, i even had disolvable stitches :o) my little girl was born healthy and had no breathing problems. it was the best thing i did.

Cindy - posted on 05/17/2009

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I had to have my son via c-section, due to complications with my pregnancy. It wasnt bad at all, and I healed pretty quickly. The first week was after my son was born I was in some pain but after that I was fine and was doing normal stuff again. Good luck and Im sure you will be great.

Leslie - posted on 05/17/2009

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I had two children natural birth, and the third a surprise c-sect. I was nervous, and so afraid of feeling pain, but it was just the feeling of being tugged on when they removed her. They gave her to me immediately, but my arms were slightly numb and I was afraid I might drop her. My fear, not theirs. I was able to stay in the hospital a couple of extra days, which was nice because it gave my body and mind some extra healing time, and time with just me and my daughter, which I always loved. When we came home we place the cradle in our room for a couple of weeks, and when she would wake up to nurse my husband would hand her to me, so I didn't have to get up in the middle of the night. Healing was fine, and with two other children your mommy mind is so busy you just don't think about it as much. The joy of your precious gift from God helps with any pain you might fear. One day soon you will be posting to someone else your experience, and giving their fears your assurance. Peace!

Jessica - posted on 05/17/2009

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I had a c-section at 38 weeks due to high blood pressure. I found it quite a positve experience. I arrived at the hospital at 6am, we got chnaged into theater gear, and taken to the O.T. I then had the local anasthetic and then the spina. The local hurt a little, like a bee sting but the actual spinal did not hurt at all. It took a few minutes to go numb and within 5 minuts they pulled out my little girl. It took a few hours for the feeling to come back. I had pain for 2-3 days, although it was not that bad as I always took pain meds on time. Then I just needed panadol for a week or so. You just have to move really slow at first and hold a pillow on your tummy if you cough, sneeze or laugh. My biggest tip wound be to take your pain meds on time, and ask for them if they dont bring them in.



My scar 6 months on is light pink/white and I am still a little numb around the area. In short c-sections, yes they hurt but just the same as a natural births the pain goes away! Take it slow and be kind to yourself.

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I had a bikini line c-section. Also do not do heavy lifting after you get it. It could cause it to heal wrong. my would have healed fine but I did not listen to the doctors orders. Make sure as well not to do crunches or activities close to it til it is fully healed.



My story is my son was breach and needed an emergency c-section. The epidural hurts but it goes away soon. I was awake the entire time. I was even joking with the doctor. The annoying part is you can not move for a bit afterwards cause your body is numb. It is kind of interesting to try and move though when you are just beginning to feel again.

Lynsey - posted on 05/17/2009

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my advice is dont read others stories love every experience is different i had a c-section and even though it was horrendous doesn't mean to say you wont have an easy time of it.. but the question you need to ask is what its like after and i can say dont do anything to strenuous you need to look after yourself easier said than done i know especially being a mother, but you need to and if people are honest your scar after will be tender i had my c-section 6 1/2 years ago and it still tender and yes it can pain. But remember it will be worth anything you go through becuase the best thing in your life will be in your arms and believe me its worth it hun x good luck and i hope you have a good birthday!!!!!! xxxx

Louise - posted on 05/17/2009

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I had an emergency c section when I was pushing and fully dilated so it was a bit of a shock, but it was ok I healed well and 7 months on the scar has faded. The hardest thing was the recovery but it didnt seem too bad and u dont think of it because of the beautiful baby.

Dawn - posted on 05/17/2009

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i was 10cm dilated, & they told me he was breech so had to have an emergency c-section, which was disapointing as i would of given birth naturally. Within 2 days i was up & walking around, but do what your body is telling you. I healed very quickly, i waited for 6 weeks before i decided to drive. I hope your c-section goes well.

Heather - posted on 05/16/2009

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It looks like the other moms have covered all of the possibilities. Just don't be surprised if you are permanently numb at your incision site. My sister and I both had one c-section, and we are both still numb a few inches above the incision site, which my OB told me happens fairly frequently.

Ashley - posted on 05/16/2009

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I had an emerg. c-section @ 41 weeks. I cant remember alot because of all the drugs but I do remember bits & pieces. My son was delivered @ 4:15am & @ 7pm that night I was up & walking around the hospital & down to the street to smoke. It hurt some to get up & down from the bed or chair but the more active I stayed the less it hurt. When I walked for a while I would get sore & the stitches felt like they were pulling but I was driving the end of the week. It was my 1st child & I healed pretty fast. Just walk as much as they will let you. It also didnt hurt when they took my stitches out. My son had a beautiful head because he didnt come through the birth canal, no cone head baby :) I will have to have a c-section if we have another child, but I dont worry 1 bit. Just trust in your doctor.

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I had 3 c-sections and was up and around right away. Of course I have had to deal with a numb itchy scar for the last 12 years on and off, but all in all, I'm not unhappy with how things happened.

Jeanie - posted on 05/16/2009

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Quoting Sarah:

I can't complain about my healing. My one word of advice, No matter how bad it hurts move! It will keep the incision from getting stiff. I didn't move as much as I should and yikes I payed for it!


Sarah is TOTALLY right about the moving!  I had a c-section, which was a surprise bc we hadn't planned on it, my daughter was face up though and not coming out after 2 hours of pushing! lol  That night and the next day I was REALLY sore but I made myself sit and then stand and before that night they removed my catheter.  The next day I was walking (more than just to the bathroom =) ) and I think if I wouldn't have made myself do it I would've been in WAY more pain.  I was in pain still but after the staples were removed it was much better!



It might sound bad... pain, staples, incision... but it's not horrible.  You'll do just fine!  Focus on your baby and all will be well! =)

Ballu - posted on 05/16/2009

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I have had 2 c-sections because my babies were just too big for me to deliver naturally. I was afraid the first time because it wasn't planned. the second time around was much easier on me emotionally because I prepared myself for it. I would recommend that you ask all the questions that you may have ahead. The recovery process is not that bad, well it wasn't the second time around. My doctors were so good that you can't even see the scar. Yeah definitely ask for sutures and not staples, I hated the staples and sutures just seemed to have disappeared all on their own. Relax and if you feel an anxiety call your doctor.

Terri - posted on 05/16/2009

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One thing to remember...c-section babies are prettier their heads don't get all out of shape and their faces are swollen from the birth canal.

Terri - posted on 05/16/2009

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I've had two c-sections. The first was an emergency after a long labor and the second was planned. The recovery wasn't bad at all. You have to be careful the first week mainly getting up and down but you'll heal fine. The scar isn't too bad and I've actually been cut in that same spot 3 times because I had a cyst on one of my ovaries when I was 14.

Lisa - posted on 05/16/2009

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I had no choice but to have a c-sec. my daughter who's 3 1/2y/o was breech & her head was stuck under my rib cage so there was no way for her to flip. Overall the sec. went well I took most of the pain meds. (Dont try to be brave & not take em trust me take them!) I ended up giving birth to a 9 1/2pound baby and can never have a vaginal delivery. Yes the healing time is a little bit longer than the normal way. I was disapointed that I'll never be able to experiance a vaginal delivery but it realy was worth the little extra discomfort (take the meds) to have a healthy beuatiful baby. best wishes

Sandra - posted on 05/16/2009

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I had a c-section with my first for the same reason. He was born at 31 weeks and weighed 4 lbs. He's 19 now and in University. I had VBACs with my next 2 and had no problems. Vaginal is definitely a shorter recovery time, but the c-section wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Keep moving though. The more you move, the faster you heal.

Julia - posted on 05/16/2009

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I was admitted at 38 weeks on the dot. Had several problems during pregnancy. Anyways..I ended up having a c-section cause complications during labor and heartrates or the baby. I was so out of it for about 3 weeks after the c-section. Doctor had me on some strong narcotics. I still ended up with a infection in my incision and it even split open. Still today 2 1/2 years later I have complications from it.

But my little sister had a c-section 2 weeks ago and is up moving around cant even feel anything. So everyone heals differently. Others have more complications then others I guess. Good luck and hope everything goes well.

Dericka - posted on 05/16/2009

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I had three c-sections to be honest the first few hours is the hardest but by the next day just tell your husband or friends not to make u laugh other than that God gave woman the strenght to do anything so have no fears if you need more details feel free to ask

Amanda - posted on 05/16/2009

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My son was breach, which is why I was having no contractions or dialating. The doctor called me, on my due date and said to be at the hospital in an hour for a c-section. So, after 9 months of being pregnant and preparing for my baby, I had one hour to call everyone and get ready to become a mother. I was relaxed as I entered the hospital and even when they were getting me ready. The spinal block made me nausious(sp) but after all the medicine kicked in, I was even more relaxed. The entire procedure took about ten minutes. I felt nothing until they were pulling the baby out and then I felt extreme pressure for about 5 seconds. Then he was born and it was all over. After the spinal block wears off, the incisio can be really painful but, they have morphine for that!! For some reason, all that pain goes away the minute they put that baby in your arms. I was down for a week and then they took the staples out and I was fine. I'm glad he was breach because I was extremely nervous about going into labor and having to push him out!!

Katrina - posted on 05/16/2009

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All three of my children were born by c-section. The thing that you need to remember is get up and walking as soon as you can. The longer you lay in bed after the birth the harder it is to recover. You do not feel any pain only some pressure and pulling. Good Luck and congratulations.

Jennifer - posted on 05/16/2009

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Don't move too fast and make sure you give your body time to heal my birth was suppose to be completely normal BUT my son's heart beat dopped and they said he was under too much stress to make it out normally so we went down to the Emergency c-section the team waswonderful told me 45 moin and they had him out and screaming with like 10 min the recovery room was a BIG bummer cause I was in there for 30 MIn and only seen him once. When they say pressure it realy felt like there was an elephant jumping on me Just be ready to lay ina bed b/c of the healing. My best advice is to get and move as soon as you can but take it slow my area they cut STILL hurts off and on and they said that could be part of the healing process It all depends on how fast your body heals I wish you the best of luck and congrats to you new little one

Jenni

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i had c sections with both of my girls, and i was completly fine. infact i was really good. i was up walking around the next day and i wasn't in alot of pain. i thought i was and then i realized the tape they used to cover my incision is what hurt lol. it was pulling my skin:) the only time it twinged was when i went into laughing fits and or couching fits . all ya gotta do is hold a pillow tightly to your incision and you'll do fine.within a few weeks it was like i never even had a c section.... all the best and good luck:)

Dorothy - posted on 05/15/2009

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I had four c-sections. If it not for an emergency you should be able to get up in a couple of days. Don't be afraid to stand up straight - you will understand after you have had the baby. Congratulations!! My oldest was an emergency c-section - foot first. My second was a c-section because it was only 2 1/2 years after the first. The third was a c-section because I had twins and was getting a tubal.

Melanie - posted on 05/15/2009

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had an emergency one. healed very well, was walking around slowly of course by the 4th day. important to accept that you can't move/ work at your usual pace for a little bit. and rest regularly. frustrating at the time but will make recovery easier and quicker.

Donna - posted on 05/15/2009

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I had my daughter vaginally and my son by emergency c-section. With my daughter it took so long to heal I mean almost three months barely moving not being able to sit down without major pain. With my son I was up and feeling great with in three days. I know not everyone would agree but I would choose c-section over vagional any day.

Melissa - posted on 05/15/2009

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I had twins and a c-section. Unlike the other advice below me, I was on the couch and my husband did all of the changing and brought the babies to me for 7-8 days. It hurt to stand up..bad. It eventually went away and I was fine. My doctor said I healed the best she's every seen in her 30 yrs doing this. I wasn't active before (I mean, I'm not a cow or anything but I was 230lbs when I gave birth to them) and I heard that it makes it more difficult to heal..again, not sure I agree with it. It's going to be different for every women but you'll do just fine!!

Angela - posted on 05/15/2009

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Hey Amanda,

With my first daughter I had the same thing so I had to have a C-Section. Don't be worried. My surgeon was the best. Things have change now...the first time around they remove the staples about a week later, came to my house. With my second daughter, who was also delivered by C-Section they took the staples out the day I was released from the hospital. Of course the first couple of days I was a little sore but after that I was fine. They give you an epidural, so you can't feel anything during the procedure. You are woke the entire time but it feels like someone is touching your skin. I healed fine both times. You can barely see my scar.

CYNAMON - posted on 05/15/2009

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i AM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEMS, IT FEELS LIKE SPINE SPASMS, THEY RUN UP MY ARMS AND THEY COME MORE WHEN I LAY FLAT, MY SON IS HEALTHY HE WAS BORM A MONTH EARLY WEIGHING 7.5, SO THAT IS ALL THAT MATTERS, BUT TO GO HAVE ANOTHER BABY KNOWING I MIGHT HAVE A C-SECTION, I WILL PASS...

Trish - posted on 05/15/2009

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I had a c-section at 38 weeks with my son, it was also planned. It was very easy...went in at 5:30 and my baby was born at 7:20am....it was a pc of cake. I didn't feel anything that day, but that evening my tummy was sore from the nurses coming in every little while massaging it to make sure everything went back to normal, but it wasn't bad and I did not take any of the pain meds they offered me b/c I was breast feeding even tho they said it was ok...I was paranoid as it was/is my 1st child. The next day when you actually get out of bed and go to the bathroom the 1st time is as bad as it will get and it will get better each day thereafter...you will feel very sore when you get up and lay down etc, but it gets alot better after the 1st week....It's not awful or wasn't for me....it was tolerable and I will do it again when I have another child. The fact that u are having a planned c-section will make it alot better....no worries u will be fine! People make it seem way worse than it really is.

Rachel - posted on 05/15/2009

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hi i had a scheduled c-section due to the same problem as you, i was extremely nervous as i have a huge fear of needles i have to say all in all that part wasnt so bad. the c-section itself went ahead with no complications i didnt feel anythin after my spinal, i had the section on the wednesday at midday by thursday mornin i was up about and walking and was sent home friday morning, although i felt a little sore especially sitting up and stuff i would say that after about5 days this ettled and by two weeks i felt back to my old self

Karma - posted on 05/15/2009

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Barring any complications.........you will be fine. The incision is below your panty line. It looks huge to begin with but it does shrink down. I had a hard time getting up and walking after mine for about two days. A week after i was released from the hospital I was back to doing everything I had done before except going to work.

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Hello there Amanda~

My name is Mary and I have had 3 C-sections. My children are now 14, 16 and 17yrs. The reason behind having to do C-sections with all of them was because when I was pregnant with my first child I was in a car accident and broke my pelvis. I was 6mos pregnant with Timothy when this happend. All my C-sections went fantastic and healing, even though it does take longer then having children vaginally, was no problem. The scare you will have after words is small and most Dr. cut directly above your hair line just below your abdomin. If you are a bikini wearing mom then this will not be an issue for that. LOL. Good luck and keep me posted with your birth and recovery.

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Hello there Amanda~

My name is Mary and I have had 3 C-sections. My children are now 14, 16 and 17yrs. The reason behind having to do C-sections with all of them was because when I was pregnant with my first child I was in a car accident and broke my pelvis. I was 6mos pregnant with Timothy when this happend. All my C-sections went fantastic and healing, even though it does take longer then having children vaginally, was no problem. The scare you will have after words is small and most Dr. cut directly above your hair line just below your abdomin. If you are a bikini wearing mom then this will not be an issue for that. LOL. Good luck and keep me posted with your birth and recovery.

Your New Circle of Moms Friend

Mary

Shannen - posted on 05/14/2009

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Hi there! I had a c-section with both my boys. The first time was an emergency c-section, the second time was planned. Both times healing went well! I didn't have staples either time - they used sutures. The second time around I was walking around on the first day. Good luck and congrats on your bundle of joy!!

Anne - posted on 05/14/2009

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If you do not have labor time your recovery should go very well. Just listen to what your doctor says, behave yourself, pamper yourself, and do not lift anything more than your baby. Enjoy the down time, it will never happen again. It really is not as scary as it seems. Pray if you are worried....God will help to calm your fears.

Lisa - posted on 05/14/2009

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I had 3 c-sections. and it seems with each one i healed faster..The best think is they will get you up and walking very soon after the surgery.. The faster you do that the easier it gets. the first time out of your bed will hurt a lot but the more you get up the better it will be for you. by the time you leave the hospital. it wont be so bad..you will do great!!

Rose - posted on 05/14/2009

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Congrats first off!! I had a c-section back in January. Not by choice. I had been in the hospital for 7 days due to a blood clot in my leg that my stupid o.b. kept telling me was a sciatic nerve. My incision is really low so you cant hardly see it. I had dissolvable stitches on the inside but steri strips on the outside. Once you hear your baby you will forget about everything you have gone through. As for my healing it took a little while longer due to the blood clot. Most hospitals get you out of bed within 8 hours, for me it was almost 2 days later. I was sore for about 6 days after my c-section and I only was taking about 1 pain pill a day. You will do great...

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