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Old 09-08-2013, 11:30 PM   #11
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Re: Horrible pain after C-section (sister's story) - could something be wrong?

I have had 2 csections, my second I tried to have a VBAC and they used pitocin & the internal fetal monitor so they could get a better heart beat...it didn't hurt and there was no blood after that...after the csection there was some pain but not so bad that I had to be knocked out. it sounds like they messed up something in there, I'm really sorry that happened to your sister that she couldn't hold her baby for how ever long she was out for . (My first I passed out for an hr and half , then didn't get to hold her for another 30min after I woke up)

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Re: Horrible pain after C-section (sister's story) - could something be wrong?

She just had major abdominal surgery and they just upped the pain meds?? She could have all sorts of horrible things going wrong internally, like internal bleeding, nicked intestines or bladder. I hope it was none of those though, and is something simple like gas pains on top of surgery that is causing her pain now.

It seems doubtful that a large bleed that caused decels would come from putting the fetal monitor on. It was probably placental abruption, or a low lying placental attachment that wasn't diagnosed. Very possibly by moving the baby up it allowed the blood to come out instead of being stopped up by the babies head putting pressure on the cervix? Only her surgeons and Dr. can answer that though.
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