Friday, December 17, 2010

Still Breech

So baby A is still breech. Both babies are still in the exact position they were two weeks ago. This makes it the last four appointments (I think). So, it just doesn't look like baby A wants to turn around. I know it can still happen, but.... To be honest with you, I'm just as scared of a vaginal delivery as I am of a c-section so whatever happens, happens. I just need to do some research on c-section scars.

On a side note, a girl in my months SMO group gave birth to her surrogate twins last Saturday putting them at 28w5d - that's scary. Fortunately, both babies and surrogate are doing well now.

4 comments:

Mommy with Many Gifts said...

I've had both vaginal and c-section deliveries... LOVE the c-section so much more!! Even after having triplets, my scar is a 4 inch white pencil line right below my undies line. I was really worried about that too, but the scar is really so faint that sometimes it's hard to see!! Good luck!

Andrea said...

I've had two c-sections. The first was not planned, and my second was scheduled. I love my second experience. No pain what so ever and I loved that I had a date on the calender that we looked forward to having our little girl instead of having to wait around for contractions or for my water to break. And both my scars are so faint and low...just above the pubic bone. I have a high pain tolerance too, so my recoveries were a breeze!

MrsKnight said...

I'll be posting tomorrow about c-section recovery. I think my incision is more like 5 inches long, but it is low and it should fade and disappear into the bush.

;-)

Kelly & Her Uterus said...

Both my sections were scheduled but I didn't make it :)

That is so scary 28.5 weeks- whoa!!! Glad to hear they are all doing well.

If you end up being sectioned, make sure you give yourself time to heal. So often people push themselves too quick . . . you have no idea what the inside looks like, so don't push it!