Monthly Archives: October 2010

The “Natural” C-section

My c-section was a magical birth experience. Rosie was my 4th baby and the most magical delivery. My husband was supportive and created a lovely experience – placing me and Rosie in the centre. He crouched down holding both of … Continue reading

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Watch a C-Section?

This is a great video – but quite difficult to watch – as it is very real.  Cesarean Section on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoCN18ftKzI&feature=email Great to prepare father-to-be??? but watch it first and check all good for him – as you don’t want … Continue reading

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‘Too Posh to Push’ Myth Exposed… Finally

‘Too posh to push myth’ exposed, say researchers One in four babies is delivered by Caesarean section in Britain It is “unlikely” that women undergo caesarean sections to avoid the pain of childbirth, research suggests.  Most caesareans were carried out … Continue reading

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Link between Induction and C-Section?

I have always thought that each intervention that happens in labour is one step closer to a c-section. If you are trying to avoid a c-section – then start early on and plan which birth interventions you are happy with. This is an … Continue reading

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