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HappinessInMisery 3 kids; Ohio 30396 posts
4th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Miss Ashley +2:</b>" how does a small frame have nothing to do with a baby not being able to fit through and getting stuck? ... [snip!] ... decision was made by my doctor and I. I do not regret it as I would have felt WORSE if I tried laboring and she got stuck =) "</blockquote>




Even a small frames Pelvis widens with hormones DURING labor
Not before
To birth a baby
My grandma and mom were 100-120 lbs and pushed out 9pounders easy

Miss Ashley +2 2 kids; New York 3790 posts
4th Oct '12
Quoting Goodnight Moon, goodnight:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Miss Ashley +2:</b>" how does a small frame have nothing to ... [snip!] ... widens with hormones DURING labor Not before To birth a baby My grandma and mom were 100-120 lbs and pushed out 9pounders easy"


lmao



its so funny to watch you STILL ignore my point and continue to keep going with your lack of a point.




What I have been saying - and what you have been blatantly ignoring- is that my PELVIC BONES are ABNORMAL and SMALL ................ MY frame wouldn't be able to handle that.



YOU keep insisting that I am talking about SMALL women ... i want to know HOW you are getting that when I am not saying that. I was 250lbs when I had my daughter.......... just because you are BIG or SMALL doesn't mean anything. A woman that is 100-120lbs could have wider bones, and may not be ABNORMAL. Not to mention EVERYONE is DIFFERENT.

HappinessInMisery 3 kids; Ohio 30396 posts
4th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Miss Ashley +2:</b>" lmao its so funny to watch you STILL ignore my point and continue to keep going with your lack of ... [snip!] ... anything. A woman that is 100-120lbs could have wider bones, and may not be ABNORMAL. Not to mention EVERYONE is DIFFERENT. "</blockquote>




While its true everyone is different you are aware 90% of caections Are unneeded and done for convenience

Miss Ashley +2 2 kids; New York 3790 posts
4th Oct '12
Quoting Goodnight Moon, goodnight:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Miss Ashley +2:</b>" lmao its so funny to watch you STILL ... [snip!] ... While its true everyone is different you are aware 90% of caections Are unneeded and done for convenience"


i still don't understand why you are not talking about THIS situation.



you keep going on and on about OTHER situations but MY situation was not a csection done because of convenience.

1/11/09 ❤ 11/1/12 2 kids; New York 134 posts
4th Oct '12

Lol!! Well thank you ladies :-) I'm hoping she's not a 10+ pounder, I think I might die pushing that out!!! Hahaha my doc HAS said I have "plenty of room" to push out a bigger baby, so I'm not too worried about needing a csection. I just was wondering why they're concerned about her size and sending me for an u/s IF it doesn't matter and they're not gunna induce early anyways??

Miss Ashley +2 2 kids; New York 3790 posts
4th Oct '12
Quoting Auroras Mommy+1:" Lol!! Well thank you ladies :-) I'm hoping she's not a 10+ pounder, I think I might die pushing that ... [snip!] ... they're concerned about her size and sending me for an u/s IF it doesn't matter and they're not gunna induce early anyways??"


LOL !! Well I would never wish a 10lb baby on you hahaaa.



They probably just want to monitor and keep an eye on her weight. Sometimes the U/S machines are off though. They kept saying she would be 8lbs and then when I went to get another U/S a few days before they delivered her they said 12 & they were 2 lbs off - both times.



I don't think its anything to worry about - look at it as another look at baby =) lol