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I am going to share my thoughts for me and only me and then explain the dilemma I have been in. My doctor said from the moment I found out I was pregnant that he strongly recommends a c-section this time because of the previous tearing, rectum problems, scar tissue, etc. The last option is simply ignoring both of my doctors (who both have the same opinion which is #1 have a c-section and then #2 deliver at 37 weeks) and having the baby vaginally whenever the baby decides to come.
Now as I look back over the past 36 weeks I can easily say that this has been a much harder pregnancy then my 1st (especially the last 8 weeks). I think I avoid the topic because as women we are all so very opinionated which is not bad at all! He said a smaller baby could help reduce the chance of tearing (although there is no guarantee).
There is a chance that this time around I could have an easier delivery and not tear like before and the scar tissue could all stay intact.
Well, unfortunately my baby who has been head down since 28 weeks decided to flip into the breech position position breech position 2 weeks ago.
Although her body measures just a bit larger than average (70%) her head has been measuring 3-4 weeks larger for the past 6 weeks.
Females are strong, passionate beings, who are not scared to voice their opinions and tell you what they believe, think and feel.
He said scar tissue can easily re-tear and there is no way of knowing if that will happen again or not.
Josselyn was 7.7lbs which is considered average however, for someone with my build she was considered a large baby.
They had a sonogram last week and again yesterday and sure enough her head is right up in my rib cage (which explain the awful pain on my right side). Whether it is an ear infection, strep throat, bronchitis, sinus infection, allergies, a cold, a cough, a runny nose, RSV or the latest Cellulitus (which is blood poisoning from an ant bite on my toe!) It is just crazy how sick we have been.
Right now I am actually completely torn and I have no idea what to do when it comes to delivering baby Julianna.
Now there are a few other factors I do have to consider that will greatly affect Option #3. I am blaming my husband for the big head because my head is sooo small I can't even find hats to fit my peanut head!!!! Josselyn had never been sick, had an ear infection or been on antibiotics until she was 16 months old, but man these last few months have kicked our butts! Let me give you some back ground info on my delivery with Josselyn which was 19 months ago.

He believes it is not worth the risk of incontinence, dyspareunia and other issues that could arise if I were to have another 4th degree tear. Although, nothing about a needle going into my stomach to check the babies amniotic fluid makes me comfortable, let me say that there is no risk of miscarriage etc at this point in my pregnancy with an amniocentesis. They estimate that Julianna is around 6lbs and they said there is still a chance she can flip back head down although the chances becomes less likely as we get closer to my due date get .
I didn't even take Tylenol when I was pregnant with Josselyn and this time around I have been put on antibiotics 4 different times :( Ugh I just hate that!!!!
I have girlfriends who have had natural water births, at home births & even delivered at birthing centers with a midwife.
Now on the flip side I have 2 close friends who also had 4th degree tearing with their 1st born's (maybe not quite as bad as mine) but they both had vaginal deliveries with their 2nd children and had very minimal tearing that time!
Both my OBGYN and my Perinatologist said the absolute worst case is that the amniocentesis could make you go into labor (but they have never had that happen) and that would not be that big of a deal becasue the point of this test would be to check the lungs and then induce the next day if  the baby's lungs were ready. Hmmm I have wondered if this is a sign from the Lord saying just have a c-section or if this is just some crazy thing.
Anyways, not only have we been sick the last few months but I have experienced back pain at a whole new level!
I also have girlfriends who say an epidural is their best friend and absolutely swear by them. Thank the Lord she was healthy and safe and I was healthy and safe but it was not a smooth sailing delivery at all. I remember having a back pain near the end of my pregnancy with Josselyn (the last 2 weeks or so) but this time I have been in constant pain for weeks.
I have friends who choose to schedule a c-section even when they are perfectly capable of having a vaginal delivery. To sum it up I went into natural labor at 39 weeks and 6 days, which was an answer to prayer. I now see a chiropractor who specializes in prenatal care 2-3 times a week and it has helped some. I did not want to be induced, I wanted my labor to happen naturally but my doctor did not want me going past my due date becasue Josselyn had measured big my whole pregnancy. I honestly do think that the Lord made our bodies in a way that most of the time we do go into labor when the baby is fully cooked and ready. I think my back pain may have something to do with being 9 months pregnant and still lugging around a 24 pound 1 year old haha. My point is that we as women are all SO DIFFERENT and we all chose such DIFFERENT birthing plans for our little ones.

Luckily I went into labor on my own, my water broke on its own at the hospital and I dilated quickly without needing pitocin etc.
Josselyn is quite mobile but she has a hard time with stairs, etc and since we have a 2 story house I carry her up and down the stairs all day long. Thinking about being sliced open and having my baby be pulled out of the incision absolutely terrifies me! I also lift her in and out of her crib for naps, bed time, etc and I catch myself toting her around when we are out and about quite often. I also worry about a longer recovery (6 weeks) because not only will I have a newborn baby but I have a 19 month old who does need to be lifted and carried quite often. I was definitely going to let them induce me if I went too far past my due date with Josselyn (even though I did not want to be induced). I am sure none of that helps with my back problems, not to mention the fact that I do have a former back injury (I fractured my L-5 when I was 12 years old). I know I have my personal opinions and beliefs but does that make me right and my other girlfriend wrong? I do worry that breast feeding will be more difficult and I just hate that the baby won't be born and then laid right on my chest for bonding. I knew that I was small to begin with and she was measuring big and I did not think it would be wise for me to let her go weeks past my due date (Luckily she came right on time).
Now for the last week, even worse then my back pain has been this awful pain on the right side of my rib cage. They began to prepare for an emergency c-section and I began to cry and freak out because I DID NOT WANT A C-SECTION!
I have a lot of friends who had to be induced for various reasons say things like "I wonder if my baby had been in the womb longer then maybe ________ wouldn't have been such a problem". Anyways, that's enough complaining for now boohoo for me lol I know that millions of women get through 10 months of pregnancy and I too will make it through to the end (I just may have to have a couple pity parties for myself along the way). I was so opposed that the doctor said I will let you push one more time, I will do an episiotomy and I will try to get her out by using the vacuum or forceps and we will see if we can get her out.
To make a long story short, now that I look back I am not sure if I made the right decision continuing to insist on a vaginal delivery when Josselyn was stuck. My recovery took around 6 months (lots and lots of doctor visits and specialists) and as a result from the tearing I had major scar tissue develop.

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