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just try to use while feeding else it my leave u in pain..
dont bemd too much
how long the pain persist.
why are you going for C-sec...I mean if u can tell
I also gone through c section . it's very dangerous . too much pain and when cough will came is too much furious
upto 1 month pain will remain
don't run ur hands near stitches it may be to get a chance of an infection
hi Tanushree, don't worry... C-section will pain, but one look at that sweet little baby, you will forget all pain... next day of c-section itself you should walk, else blood clots can form, which is dangerous... you have to continue having a good diet.. one important thing is, after c-section, during which they give anasthesia, when pain starts coming in, do inform doctor and ask to give pain meds. after catheter is removed, you have to pee and inform.. if motions are not happening, ask for suppository.. there is also chance for gas, so you have to ask for medicine if it becomes unbearable... all this may sound terrifying, but hey, i had a c-section, and i am telling you, the baby in your hands will be worth it! and its not a big deal as you think... for any doubt, feel free to msg me... take care dear...
Its all myth. There is nothing as such, I too had c section and I walked the next day..Was able to sit and feed baby. That pain is bearable. So pls stay positive and you can easily overcome this pain. After c section, take care of stitches and all necessary information would be given by your doctor.
Matter of pain also depends on will power. If you have the courage, you can do it
Shyama Santhosh rightly said...
I solely agree with shyama...I too had a c section and it was so smooth...
Dr. Payal M
ive had two csections. yes immense pain is there- but you should just think about the baby. make sure u sit up to feed the baby by day2. be careful or take help to sit and get up etc fr atleast first week. tell the nursing staff or doc to help u feed the baby - position, latch n all before ur discharge.
i heard that we dont even feel giving birth and any pain in c section now after reading all the comments m very much nervous as my due date is approaching
DD you don't feel pain during delivery, but afterwards its there... just a matter of two three days when you get up from sleeping position. after that only if you press. but its not such a big deal, because nature has given women a power, to forget every pain when she sees her baby. after delivery we don't even care there is pain or anything... no need to work up stress now itself for nothing. in fact when I was undergoing c-section, and the doctor told me its a boy, I joked "finished so soon?" and all the doctors and nurses burst out laughing.. so that strength will come to you at the time... take care dear...
Sheeba Vijesh is absolutely correct
thx to all dear moms. actually now a days either c section or normal. its all depends on our gync I think. in my case I wanna do normal but dr. says it might be risk water is bit less. So . lets c priority is baby thats it
u have to take proper rest post delivery whether normal or C-sec. These days C-sec has become much more easier..so don't worry and all the best. welcome your little angel to this beautiful world with a smile
thank u so much @sheeba vijesh m really feeling relieved now i was really very worried about my delivery
hey DD everytimr you feel tensed, just think of that sweet little baby you will get to meet!
Sheeba Vijesh thank u so much for your support and encouragement
@dd any time dear.... do keep us updated...😊 take care...
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