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Old 02-06-2013, 01:07 PM   #11
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well thats awesome you got the fibroid out!!! I would not say you have to have a c section tho. I had a friend who was told this. she has a bicornate uterus, they told her all types of bad stuff. she has several full term pregnancies and a homebirth even tho she was told shed never carry to term, and would certainly need c sections. get a 2nd opinion and possibly see a midwife to just see what they think.
your dream is NOT dead.
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Thanks! Hadnt thought of that either! I'm just so darn ready to be pregnant and have our very own baby! Will definitely look into that when the time comes!

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We are totally behind on c sections in the US, I think. Here's an interesting article.
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I second what "homebirthmom" said I hope your Bfp is just around the corner!!
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Fantastic article! Definitely will keep this in mind! Do you know if alot of doctors are open to this or is it a struggle to find?
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Fantastic article! Definitely will keep this in mind! Do you know if alot of doctors are open to this or is it a struggle to find?
I think it's definitely a challenge. But worth asking around and trying to find, anyhow. You might not be able to get all of this but even if you could get parts, it woud be better. At least you can have some ideas to start asking about as you're establishing a provider.
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well thats awesome you got the fibroid out!!! I would not say you have to have a c section tho. I had a friend who was told this. she has a bicornate uterus, they told her all types of bad stuff. she has several full term pregnancies and a homebirth even tho she was told shed never carry to term, and would certainly need c sections. get a 2nd opinion and possibly see a midwife to just see what they think.
your dream is NOT dead.
I wish you the best of luck in getting pregnant soon
Do you think a waterbirth is less "stressful" on the uterus then just going med-free in a hospital? Thanks for the info!
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