Things about an induced C-Section you only find out when you go through one

Pregnancy and motherhood are indeed very beautiful experiences. Whether you are expecting a little bundle of joy or already undertaking a journey of nurturing a new life outside your body, you are in a period of immense exhilaration! But bringing a new life into the world is anything but easy. During the last few days of my pregnancy, I found every bit of this coming true. Keep a note of everything you should know about induced C-Section. Don’t make the same mistake I made!


When there is no dilation:

Giving birth and being born brings us into the essence of creation, where the human spirit is courageous and bold and the body, a miracle of wisdom. – Harriette Hartigan

When the doctor informed me that I showed no signs of dilation, I wasn’t entirely surprised. My mother and many other new moms I knew had been asking me to watch out for signs of pre-mature labour and breaking of the water bag. But I just didn’t seem to relate to any of the labour symptoms, even though my due date was right around the corner! So, after having waited long enough, I finally got hold of my hospital checklist, packed my bag, and my husband got me admitted to the hospital we had chosen for the delivery.
The feeling of walking on swollen feet is still fresh in my mind. That feeling of being huge and miserable and rolling over in the hospital bed. I had entered my 40th week with no signs of labour. It turned out that this meant only one thing: I required urgent intervention. The doctor immediately scheduled an induction and we celebrated that decision with a sigh of relief. But…but, should we have thought again?

We should have, and yes, I regret that decision. Continue Reading..

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