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Old Nov 12th, 2013, 10:50 AM   4491
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I just watched a YouTube video of a c section for breech baby (cuz my bf told me not to, it got me curious, lol) - they really had to yank that baby out! It only reinforced my desire for a c-section! Seeing the difficulty required for cesarean, it makes the whole coming out the hoo-ha that much worse IMO!



 
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Old Nov 13th, 2013, 13:13 PM   4492
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Yeah my OHs sisters baby daddy told us about when he was watching her C section and he said they took all her organs out that were in the way, put them on a table, yanked out the baby, and shoved all her organs back in. Doesnt sound fun, but it is better than vaginally having a breeched baby.



 
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Old Nov 13th, 2013, 14:10 PM   4493
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getting another 4d ultrasound today I couldnt resist they were offering a HALF OFF special today!!



 
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Old Nov 13th, 2013, 15:27 PM   4494
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Yeah my OHs sisters baby daddy told us about when he was watching her C section and he said they took all her organs out that were in the way, put them on a table, yanked out the baby, and shoved all her organs back in. Doesnt sound fun, but it is better than vaginally having a breeched baby.
Yeah it's no wonder people are sore after surgery! A loooong time ago I participated in this "vet for a day" thing at an animal hospital, and I witnessed a neuter and a spay. The neuter is very straightforward, obviously, but I was amazed at the spay - they were so rough! The vet literally pulled out the intestines and whatnot and just plopped them on the table, cut and clamped off the tubes, then just sorta stuffed everything back in. The cat's body was being jostled around from the sheer roughness of the taking out/putting in organs...I mean obviously I know they don't feel it under anesthesia, but I wonder ifthey were a bit more gentle about it if the post surgical pain would be a little less...I guess after years of doing it they just do things quicker and realize that they aren't "actually" hurting them....



 
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Old Nov 13th, 2013, 15:32 PM   4495
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Yea ft!
I've had so mulch going on, I haven't booked one but I REALLY want to! I know next Wednesday I'm getting a quick position check scan at the doc , but obviously it's not the same! Idk if I should really spend the extra $100 for a private one for the third time though...can't wait to see your pics!!!

Oh, and PLEASE everyone- keep fingers and toes crossed that my little guy remains transverse till next Wednesday so I KNOW I'm getting a c-section! I'm simply TERRIFIED to go thru birth again, after what happened last time - keep us in your thoughts please!!



 
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Old Nov 13th, 2013, 20:28 PM   4496
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Fingers crossed, Angel Wings!

FT, post those pics!!!

Ok, how do you know when you've dropped? Is it super obvious? The left pic is from last week and the right is from today... Is this a drop or just my imagination?



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Old Nov 14th, 2013, 00:57 AM   4497
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Fingers crossed, Angel Wings!

FT, post those pics!!!

Ok, how do you know when you've dropped? Is it super obvious? The left pic is from last week and the right is from today... Is this a drop or just my imagination?
Hmm...to me, the one on the left your belly looks bigger, I thought the one on the right looks like it was taken awhile ago...

You can't always "see" the drop. You can usually feel it though. You'll feel more pressure, sometimes even directly on your cervix, also the"drop" can happen over time, in stages. It's possible to drop a bit, then REALLY drop - usually a major drop isn't until about 36 weeks, especially with your first. I dropped later than that with both my boys. Besides low pressure, usually you'll feel less pressure on your lungs and stomach. I know my bubs loves snuggling close to my lungs/stomach. I rarely even eat 2 meals a day. I just don't have any room, and I'm uncomfortable a lot - besides the inflamed rib, I often feel like I can't breathe. He was moving big time early this morning, making me nervous he was trying to flip - and usually throughout the day he'll roll forward and that's when I feel his head poking out my side, but he stayed more inward today. I'm pretty sure he didn't flip though.



 
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Old Nov 14th, 2013, 08:09 AM   4498
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oh...my...gosh, I am in loooove!! He already has the chubbiest cheeks! She said he is still weighing in a a hefty 6lbs 2oz and you can tell in his pictures lol

Enjoy!!!

Angel- Fingers crossed bubs stays in his position!!



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Old Nov 14th, 2013, 11:15 AM   4499
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Aww..grat pics ft! Love them!!



 
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Old Nov 14th, 2013, 11:19 AM   4500
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Wow, just over 6 lbs already!? You're having a big boy!



 
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