Blog Posts - Caesarian Section



Review and Giveaway: Kelo-cote® scar reduction treatment

Having had an unplanned c-section with N, I’ve obviously got a scar.  I was lucky enough to have one of the best surgeons at doing the op in the area according to a few people I spoke to, and considering … Continue reading →The pos...
by Bubbablue and Me on May 20, 2013

Ten Years Old Girl Delivers a Baby

?10 year old Gives birth What! This is indeed incredible. Who would have done such evil to this innocent 10-year-old girl? He should be castrated. I doubt if this little girl has all it takes to be a mother, yet. 10year old Gladys Chelagat from Kenya...

KC Registered . . What does it mean to you ?

Just received an interesting email from Helen Coen at the RSPCA, she wanted to let me know about a campaign that they are presently running that hopes to highlight the suffering some dog breed’s have to go through just so that they can be Kenne...
by Its a Blog ! Not a Log ! on Feb 2, 2012

C-Section - Customer's Right to Choose?

In what has to be one of the more bizarre stories I have come across lately I understand that the NHS watchdog is looking at giving women the option to have a Caesarean regardless of whether or not medical need exists. At last all women will have the...
by Vic the Vicar on Sep 6, 2011

Re:Birth Volume 2

In this second issue of Re:Birth, there are articles on the Ultrasound (which was quite new at the time), mothering the mother, VBACs (yes, they were talking about them 20 years ago) and C-sections, support during labour, and breastfeeding policies.
by A Better Mom on Jul 7, 2011

The Final Frontier-The Third Trimester Part One

The beginning of the third trimester was marked by preparation for the upcoming delivery, coping with unusual body sensations and fighting the sciatica...
by Miracle of Pregnancy on May 22, 2010

Facing My Demon

You may or may not be aware, but I've suffered more than a little angst post surgery about my incision - and yes, the aftermath of the surgery itself. There have been a couple of points of serious "Yeah I Know I'm Crazy" kind of problems I've been ha...
by Live From The Wang of America on May 16, 2010

Thursday Was Better

A nap on Wednesday pretty much changed my world, oddly. I woke up three hours later, had lunch of London Broil and truly felt like a different person. Yeah I still had pain and discomfort but really the percocet was keeping it deep enough that I coul...
by Live From The Wang of America on Apr 27, 2010

And Then Came Tuesday

Before I rant about my Tuesday, I should probably say that there was something really really nice on Monday that I left out. We have this family tradition that I think is fairly wonderful which we do on your birthday.Your real birthday.The day of you...
by Live From The Wang of America on Apr 25, 2010

Recovery and First Night

When I woke up in recovery, it was unlike any other "coming out of anesthesia" experience I've ever had. Possibly because I'd never had Versed before. Normally I've had the slow wake up, the first I can hear - then I can see, then I can think, then I...
by Live From The Wang of America on Apr 24, 2010

Put Me In Coach

I have to admit it, I'm more than vexed by the concept that I've conceived a child that won't obey mother nature and turn the correct direction for delivery. I got lucky previously. I know this. Easy labor, easy births - even the twins - for a TWIN d...


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