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  1. Luisa says

    This is so wrong! None of these are straight off the bat reasons to have a section. You are misinforming people! My baby’s heart rate dropped and I had forceps not a section. Most of my friends with GD had vaginal births, breech babies can and are frequently birthed vaginally, as are large babies! A section is a major operation not a decision to be taken lightly!

  2. Ros Emely says

    Hi Luisa! Thank you for your comment. Sorry you feel I am misinforming people, that is never my intentions.Yes, there are situations where you can have a vaginal birth if your baby is breech or baby’s heart rate drops. But only if doctors feel that it’s safe to do so. It’s always best to speak with your health care provider about the possibility of delivering via vaginal. I am sharing these tips from personal experience, family and friends experiences and research to help my moms. Like I wrote in the title of my post “may need a C-section” .There’s always a chance like you, that did end up having a vaginal birth. Thank you so much for commenting, as it will help others moms too.

  3. Bayla says

    Hey! Just a reminder that times have definitely changed with the number of c-sections. It used to be that way. I just had my second and the doctor said I could go as many as 5 or 6.

  4. Stacey says

    I used to think it was bogus that some babies are “too big” for a normally birth. However after two failed vaginal births leading to emergency c-sections, I KNOW that some women have too shallow a pelvis . And i was with a midwife so I wasn’t pressured by doctors to choose surgery. I can’t imagine doing this 3 or more times though! It’s hard!
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  5. Ros Emely says

    Hi Stacey! Totally agree with you, some women do have too shallow a pelvis. My cousin’s wife actually gave birth about two weeks ago and she had to have a C-section because her baby was “too big” to be delivered via vaginal. It does happen! And going through a C-section and recovering from it, it’s hard. I know, I gave birth to my twins via C-section. So I can relate!

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