AromaMum Perineum Oil 100ml

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  1. dannyboygirl

    dannyboygirl Mom to Baby Cubz

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  2. dannyboygirl

    dannyboygirl Mom to Baby Cubz

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    Mervs Mum Doula & Mum of 3!

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    I've not bothered - my sister gave me some grapeseed oil which is suppose to do the same thing but I just cant get in to doing it!! x
     
  4. moo2

    moo2 Mommy to George

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    My best friend had a baby on the 5th October, she has been using perineum oil since 1st tri (just to make sure! :rofl:). I've held on waiting to see how she got on in labour... She tore badly and has loads of stitches.... :sad2: Baby only weighed 6lb 14oz...

    She was very positive about though and said it could have been worse if she hadn't used the oil...? I'm not sure now if I'll bother though. xxx
     
  5. Uvlollypop

    Uvlollypop finally a mum

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    ive been doing this for a while now, i got an oil mix from ebay let me know if you want the link

    x
     
  6. wilbrabeany

    wilbrabeany Mum to two gorgeous boys

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    I got a sheet on this last night at class and it suggested vit e oil or sunflower oil or wheatgerm oil. I'm gonna try vit e oil i think, may as well nothing to lose is there
     
  7. momandpeanut

    momandpeanut Well-Known Member

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    Im trying the vit e oil to !

    Im off to get it on saturday and give it a go !!
     
  8. Uvlollypop

    Uvlollypop finally a mum

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    be warned wheatgerm oil is stinky :D
     
  9. bex

    bex Our little princess

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    My midwife said olive oil works just as well.
     
  10. Hevz

    Hevz 4 beautiful children

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    I used Sweet Almond Oil from Boots everytime I've been pregnant. Never torn yet, although I did need an episiotomy last time to get the ventouse in as Toby was struggling with the cord wrapped tight round his neck:dohh:....but that was coz it was an emergency not coz I didn't stretch enough.
     

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