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Mrs. Conan O'Brien 2 kids; Colorado 20924 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting Jamie ♥ it's a BOY!:" Who is 'they'? Everyone who used pitocin when it wasn't "medically" neccesary? If I could go back knowing ... [snip!] ... I could go back knowing what I know now, yeah I wouldn't be induced. Am I bitter about it and feel stupid deep down? No..... :?"


you shouldn't feel stupid about it. I don't. I feel shitty that I had such a bad birth experience, I'd change it, but it isn't anything to feel dumb about IMO. some of us actually trust/trusted our doctors. I won't personally be doing that anymore, although I know a lot of people are fine w/ their doctor *shrug*

.Mommy.[40] 18 kids; Beverly Hills, California 21297 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting Jamie ♥ it's a BOY!:" Who is 'they'? Everyone who used pitocin when it wasn't "medically" neccesary? If I could go back knowing ... [snip!] ... I could go back knowing what I know now, yeah I wouldn't be induced. Am I bitter about it and feel stupid deep down? No..... :?"

Everyone who is calling OP stupid and saying these aren't facts sound bitter as shit.

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting Δ ☮ ∂:" People calling OP an idiot or moron or whatever sound pretty bitter. "


I'm not bitter ... concerned that she posted this in teen pregnancy with the obviously plan to scare these girls into not choosing pitocin no matter the reason.

.Mommy.[40] 18 kids; Beverly Hills, California 21297 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting The (super kinky) Master:" I'm not bitter ... concerned that she posted this in teen pregnancy with the obviously plan to scare these girls into not choosing pitocin no matter the reason."


She's obviously new here. She probably doesnt know where she's posting.

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75033 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting The (super kinky) Master:" I'm not bitter ... concerned that she posted this in teen pregnancy with the obviously plan to scare these girls into not choosing pitocin no matter the reason."

"Like I said ladies, if you had read the whole thing, I listed reasons where it is considered medically necessary to use Pitocin, which is most of the reason y'all are saying"



I think you guys just saw her as an easy target, I didn't see anything that suggested she was trying to scare everyone away from using pitocin ever again for any reason. She clearly stated the opposite.

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting Δ ☮ ∂:" "Like I said ladies, if you had read the whole thing, I listed reasons where it is considered medically ... [snip!] ... suggested she was trying to scare everyone away from using pitocin ever again for any reason. She clearly stated the opposite. "


Her OP said nothing about medically necessary inductions ... nothing ... instead she was urging people to do it like pioneer women. So unless she gives birth in a field, on her own, while her husband scares off coyotes with a musket I'm calling bullshit on her earth momma attitude.

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 2 kids; Colorado 20924 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting Δ ☮ ∂:" "Like I said ladies, if you had read the whole thing, I listed reasons where it is considered medically ... [snip!] ... suggested she was trying to scare everyone away from using pitocin ever again for any reason. She clearly stated the opposite. "


I agree...

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75033 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting The (super kinky) Master:" Her OP said nothing about medically necessary inductions ... nothing ... instead she was urging people ... [snip!] ... in a field, on her own, while her husband scares off coyotes with a musket I'm calling bullshit on her earth momma attitude."

Uh okay? :? Idk why you keep saying "earth momma" like she claimed the title and isn't letting go.

Mother of Hayward. 1 child; Illinois 2673 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting The (super kinky) Master:" Her OP said nothing about medically necessary inductions ... nothing ... instead she was urging people ... [snip!] ... in a field, on her own, while her husband scares off coyotes with a musket I'm calling bullshit on her earth momma attitude."


Haaaaah
Aha.
Ah.
:lol:
I can't stop laughing at that.
Therefore, I'm going to bed.

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting Δ ☮ ∂:" Uh okay? :? Idk why you keep saying "earth momma" like she claimed the title and isn't letting go. "


eh because honestly a) that's what we call people who are incredibly passionate about unassisted births and a heap of other things (like hemp clothing, EBF passed 3, and stuff like that) around the people I know .., and b) its just an adjective and I can't think of another one right now.

Kiki&Ari's Mommy Due November 10 (girl); 1 child; Montana 4070 posts
14th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting The (super kinky) Master:</b>" I know right???? There's actually a history of not being able to birth naturally in my family ... I ... [snip!] ... just not meant to give birth ... though in the end I did push my 9lb 6oz baby out and deal with 4th degree tears no problem."</blockquote>




Placenta in pieces and smelled like rotted meat....omg ewwww. Poor lady.

☮Sugar Magnolia 1 child; Indiana 18298 posts
14th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .Mommy.[40]:</b>" It's not only dangerous to induce period. But pitocin labors, more often than not have a higher c-section ... [snip!] ... necessary doesn't mean it is. Doctors want their money, and more importantly doctors want you to give birth on THEIR schedules."</blockquote>




Guess my Cholestasis and rising bile levels in my blood were just my doctor trying to make me fit into his schedule. :roll:



Sneaky bastard.

☮Sugar Magnolia 1 child; Indiana 18298 posts
14th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .Mommy.[40]:</b>" What's shitty about that little segment you wrote is that MOST people were induced before their due ... [snip!] ... a chance to go into labor on their own. When they are all at 42 weeks and their LO still hasn't came then you can try again."</blockquote>




Yep, selfish little me. Induced 2 days before my due date to prevent death/serious illness of my unborn. I should be more like you!

IDGAF ❤ 1 child; Don't worry about it, CA, United States 30934 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting .Mommy.[40]:" It's not only dangerous to induce period. But pitocin labors, more often than not have a higher c-section ... [snip!] ... necessary doesn't mean it is. Doctors want their money, and more importantly doctors want you to give birth on THEIR schedules."


Mine was, I needed special medicine and platelets as back up and I needed to be closely monitored because of my bleeding disorder, I could of bled to death if I went into labor on my own and none of the medicine was there and if my own doctor didn't take care of me, my medical condition could of been misunderstood if another doctor did it who was not fully aware of my medical problems.

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 2 kids; Colorado 20924 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ☮Sugar Magnolia:" <blockquote><b>Quoting .Mommy.[40]:</b>" It's not only dangerous to induce period. ... [snip!] ... and rising bile levels in my blood were just my doctor trying to make me fit into his schedule. :roll: Sneaky bastard."


if it was medically necessary why are you so upset lol.