When did you start driving again after giving birth?
OH has a driving ban at the moment so driving is all down to me SO i doubt i'll be able to go longer than a few days with out driving. Is this normal and safe though? Obviously a c-section is 6 weeks, but i mean after vaginal delivery xxx
I was driving after a couple of days. Tbh I'd have driven before had the diclaphenic (sp?) not spaced ms out SOOO much. As soon as I realised why I was walking round like a high zombie and stopped taking them I felt fine to do most things... Except poop! Lol there's a tmi moment for you
My friend drove herself to the hospital when she was in labour.. crazy girl! Then 12 hours after she had her baby she drove home. Her OH can't drive so she does all the driving.. including when having a baby! :P
My OH can only ride a motorbike so i am not arriving on that in labour lol so I am getting mum to take me, if I am in full blown labour, if being induced etc will drive myself, also I drove the next day after having my 2nd and 3rd as well, 2nd it hurt as i had a bad tear and stitches, 3rd felt perfectly fine driving just the same as normal xx
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