Cesarean Birth

A Mother Fights Through PPD After Induction and Cesarean Birth

May 20, 2013

{Editors Note: This story comes to us from a strong young mother. When our births take a turn we did not expect, it can effect how we feel as mothers and women. Postpartum Depression is real. Mothers – you are not alone. Seek support and help in the best way possible to help you heal.} […]

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The Value of a ‘Failed’ VBAC {I Am Strong}

May 6, 2013

I am strong because I am the mother of 3 children who inspire me beyond words. I am strong because I will do anything for them. I am strong because I had and have a beautiful breastfeeding relationship with my little nursinglings. A time that I love and cherish and always will. I am strong […]

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“Infertility is a funny beast.” | Thoughts On Infertility, Loss, Pregnancy And Motherhood

April 24, 2013

Thank you Sarah, for sharing your thoughts and experiences. Infertility is a funny beast; it affects your life in so many different ways. We had issues conceiving our first child, spent almost 30 months trying to conceive and had begun the testing process that had showed up a few issues. Miraculously I found out I […]

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Breech Cesarean Birth

April 21, 2013

When I was 18 I fell pregnant with my first daughter. I’m 4ft 10 and then I was a size 6 so a very very small build (my now husband is 6ft4 need I say more lol). They discovered she was breech at 35 weeks with a following scan at 36 to double check. The […]

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Cesarean Photo Collage

April 21, 2013

My first boy, third baby: after two ‘Drs-convenience early inductions’, this was my first chance at a truly natural labor and birthing. My sons cord prolapsed and changed the birth, emergency c-section with general anesthesia.  I am thankful for c-sections.  I’m also thankful for VBACs, which I had the opportunity to have with my fourth […]

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Time To Heal {Traumatic Cesarean Birth After Homebirth Transfer}

April 21, 2013

“I planned a home birth for my first son and ended up with a very traumatic c-section. I suffered in silence for a long time and it hurt my ability to be the mother I wanted to be, it hurt my relationship with my husband, and I never knew that other women felt the same way. Since then […]

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Birthing My Beautiful Twin Girls {Premature Cesarean Birth}

April 18, 2013

My name is Katherine and this is my story of birthing my beautiful twin girls. I was only 18 a month before I fell pregnant with them. From 2 weeks on I was horrendously sick, right up until I was roughly 24 weeks. When I was 28 weeks pregnant with them, I was diagnosed with […]

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Mother Follows Her Intuition {Preeclampsia}

April 17, 2013

After 6 years of not being on birth control and not getting pregnant after my second child, I really didn’t think could get pregnant. I was in a new relationship and around November 2011 we found out we were expecting the third for both of us. He has two boys of his own and I […]

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“Pulled Apart And Put Back Together” {A Cesarean Section Procedure}

April 9, 2013

[Warning: This post describes and illustrates Cesareans sections with graphic detail.] The Cesarean section is often described as simply “an incision in the abdomen”, or variations to that effect. Usually you’re told it’s “straightforward” or “simple” or “virtually risk-free” or even “the easy option”. But what is it, really? I’ve heard stories where the muscles […]

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Breech Birth Story {Cesarean After Unexpected Breech Presentation}

April 6, 2013

My first pregnancy was normal and uneventful until I had a partial placental abruption at 27 weeks.  The partial abruption had no adverse effects on my pregnancy but to scare me half to death. At an ultrasound preformed at 29 weeks to check on my son and the placenta we found that my son was […]

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