Know I wasn't going to say, but c-section tomorrow

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  1. eeyore007

    eeyore007 New Mummy to Frances

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    Was keeping quiet (and still am to family) but after my strange sense of calm from the other day I'm beginning to poop bricks.

    Going in tomorrow at 7.30. Two booked c sections and I'll be either first or second.

    The fear of it really is beginning to block out the excitement of the impending bubba. Will be VERY pleased to see her, but whilst OH says he feels excited, I feel only fear and anticipation.

    I know it won't be that bad, and natural is also painful, but feel so 'OH GOD . . . '. All kicked off by my running my bath now ready to remove my lady garden (they don't even do that for you . . . . . like I can really reach??? . . . . . )

    I know she's still in breech, because I can still feel her little head and feet up the top, so it's happening, and there is no emergency stop button.

    Sorry, just needed to vent as no-one else knows. (so I'll just tell you few hundred women)!! :dohh:
     
  2. eeyore007

    eeyore007 New Mummy to Frances

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    OH did also say he's scared becuase both his eggs are in one basket - he is still able to be excited though!
     
  3. Zarababy1

    Zarababy1 4 boys. TTC #5

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    good luck for tomorrow hun, i can imagen you are scared but dont worry about it it'll be fine and before you know it your going to be holding ur LO xx
     
  4. glong88

    glong88 Mummy to 2 boys and a princess

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    Good Luck xx
     
  5. eeyore007

    eeyore007 New Mummy to Frances

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    I know - and thank-you x x x
     
  6. Noodles

    Noodles Mummy to two boys!

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    Good luck hunny!
     
  7. eeyore007

    eeyore007 New Mummy to Frances

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    Thanks ZaraBaby, Glong & Noodles x x
     
  8. summerarmahni

    summerarmahni summer and bailey

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    Good luck hun you will be fine and in less then 24hours you will be holding your lil girl xx
     
  9. littledancer

    littledancer Well-Known Member

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    I can understand that you're scared hon, but if they are recommending the C section it's the safest possible way of proceeding and the stats and research are all excellent for C sections. I'm a nerd, so I always make myself feel better by looking at research and stats and both are GREAT for C-Sections.

    Sorry you're feeling scared but know that you and baby will both be fine and you'll be on the mend with a GORGEOUS little prize :)
     
  10. eeyore007

    eeyore007 New Mummy to Frances

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    Yep - could be as little as 12 hours time. . . . . . . Thanks!
     
  11. eeyore007

    eeyore007 New Mummy to Frances

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    Thanks little dancer - I'm the same and if it were happening to any one else I'd be saying that too - trouble is it's me, and I know exactly what's coming as I've watched the videos and read all the info. Just very very scared of being cut, and my bubba being cut by mistake - oh so many worries!!
     
  12. hudz26

    hudz26 Mum to 3

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    good luck hunni you will be fine :) xxxx
     
  13. BabyHaines

    BabyHaines Mummy to baby George!!

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    Good Luck!! Oooooh, you will get to meet your gorgeous girl
    in just a few hours......soooooo exciting!!xx
     
  14. hattiehippo

    hattiehippo Well-Known Member

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    Good luck for tomorrow. It will all be ok and you'll have your beautiful baby in your arms in no time at all!
     
  15. natlee

    natlee Pregnant - 2nd trimester!

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    Good luck!!! :D .. hope everything goes smoothly! wont be long til you have your gorgeous little one in your arms :hugs: x
     
  16. Scooby12345

    Scooby12345 Well-Known Member

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    Am i being a bit thick but why do you have to remove your lady garden? literally all of it? Good luck by the way, what a special day it will be for you all!
     
  17. lottie_2007

    lottie_2007 Mummy of 3!!

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    Good luck hun, it'll all be worth it tomorrow :hugs:
     
  18. KermitO

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    Good luck x
     
  19. eeyore007

    eeyore007 New Mummy to Frances

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    Thanks everyone!!

    Scooby - not all of it - only the top 2 inches (which is pretty much the entire front bit). Guess it's so they don't get in a tangle when stitching me back up. Also in the videos I've seen they stick a big paddling pool type thing to your front which acts to catch all the fluids and water (not that I have much anyway) so I guess so that doesn't get stuck to all the hair?
     
  20. Buffy71

    Buffy71 Mummy to Harriet!

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    Good luck darling. Xxx
     

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