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Cesarean Stories:
Share Yours, Read Others

Every cesarean is different, each has a story. By sharing your stories with others, you can help fill out the cesarean-picture for moms who see that possibility in their future.

If you're here to hear about the experiences of cesarean moms, click here to go straight to the stories.

Having never had a cesarean (thus far), I've relied on the stories of others to build up these articles and help educate me on how to encourage my friends who are facing this in their future, or are recovering from it in their past.

Every Cesaren Birth Has a Story...Share Yours!

Was it easier than you thought? Harder? What surprised you? What helped your recovery? What hurt it?

Sharing your experience will help prepare other mothers as they face an upcoming c-section.


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Cesarean Stories from Other Moms

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Recovery takes longer than antipicated... 
I had a planned elective c-section as during my pregnancy my baby remained in the breech position from week 31 and refused to move! I also had an amniotic …

Cesarean Mothers: Remember that the most important thing about giving birth is...  
The most important thing about giving birth is that Mum and baby stay in good health. That is what I kept telling myself after the doctors told me I …

Being informed makes everything easier 
I was not planning on having a c-section. There were no complications in my pregnancy, and just 3 days before I went into labor my Dr. had confirmed that …

At the end it's all worth it 
After 30 hours of labor pain and 2 hours of pushing my doctor finally said that I needed a c-section. I was pretty upset because I didn't want that ugly …

An Unexpected C-Section 
Having a C-section was unexpected so I didn't really know what was going to happen. After the C-section there were many surprises. Surprise Number …

Gas Pain and Other C-Section Surprises 
Cesarean Surprise #1: For me, the MOST painful part after the c-section was the gas as my body started to get back to normal. The doctor suggested …

Murphy's Law of pregnancy, labor and birth Not rated yet
From the beginning of my pregnancy, I read about writing a birth plan so that you are prepared to answer questions and have the kind of birthing experience …

My unexpected Cesaren birth experience! Not rated yet
It all started through the stress of my husband being stuck on the side of the road in his truck alongside of a busy highway, while I was waiting for him …

Everything is a Surprise Not rated yet
Being a first time mom everything was surprise to me and my husband, I was in labor pain for 3 weeks. Every other day I'd to ask my husband to bring me …

Pregnant again after my first cesarean section Not rated yet
I had my first baby in emergency cesarean because I was 42 weeks and three days late and my water broke. The baby didn't come out and she was stressed …

Cesarean Lessons I Learned Not rated yet
I have now had two cesareans and the first one was the worst. I think because I was not prepared for it. I must say, that after 20 hours in the …

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