ok so common worry for vbacs or pregnancies too close together after csection is your uteris going kablooey
has me wondering how would you know I have seen the videos on it and statistics showing it in theory but have not actually seen anything to show what it looks like if it happens
considering when things start growing down there you often feel where your scars are stretching even if you waited long enough to heal to be pregnant again
I know for me it always makes me wonder in my headwhen I feel the stretching and I wonder if this is one of those things that all of a sudden there is pain and your stomach gets hard and purple from blood and you die or things go bad because its not something people really give you things to look out for I am not saying I am but if this has happened to you what was it like what did it look like I am curious as this is not something that is easily googled without seeing the scary horror stories of babies and moms dying which yea is possible but not very factual or informative
So I kind of have that picture in my head a preggo woman reaching for something or straining with groceries and that stretching feeling going pop and suddenly her insides are like a flood gate inside her
....what are you even TALKING about?
Uh, if you're worried about anything going "kablooey", just talk to your doctor about it.
I've never heard firsthand of it happening. I'd imagine your doctor would know something was up because the fetus would have to be big enough to literally tear the uterus open.
Quoting Just Ames:" Do what :shock: Erm, maybe your Dr can be of assistance in this area."
Quoting a s h l e y.:" I've never heard firsthand of it happening. I'd imagine your doctor would know something was up because the fetus would have to be big enough to literally tear the uterus open."
Ladies I am not worried about it just curious about the situation itself as its something that all OBs warn you about even in normal pregnancy after a csection
Also its not from the size of your baby that could cause the two ruptures its generally from the stress of contractions on your uteris or your child on its way out the birth canal and instead of going right down the middle of your cervix and birth canal its forced into your incision scar and the contraction pushes baby out into your body cavity the last one is super duper rare and the first is a kind of tear that will put blood inside your womb etc. the actual act itself I have been able research into but I wanna know what it looks or feels like on the outside the part that the mother would see or feel you know...I also have never heard firsthand and was trying to find a resource about it besides websites saying no babies early you die kinda thing as yes that is possible but I want actual facts not a horror story meant to scare pregnant women or over dramatised like tv shows about birth etc. I dont like watching those kind of unrealistic situations there is no logic or theory in them and its not real or half the time a issue for me
Kablooie was probably a bad word but since it wasnt a serious situation just a thought I was trying to bring humor in to this as essentially once drama toned down thats kinda what happens inside
Quoting Vivian [38.2]:" for real hahahaahh"
lol I swear I am not that mom who is one here giving detail by the min of her bad situation that needs 911 this is just one of those things where I am nosy and act like a small child asking why all the time
I really should just live in a college so I can never stop learning
Quoting pitbullprincess:" lol I swear I am not that mom who is one here giving detail by the min of her bad situation that needs ... [snip!] ... nosy and act like a small child asking why all the time I really should just live in a college so I can never stop learning "
Let's worry about learning how to properly punctuate a paragraph before worrying about biology and rare medical occurances.
Quoting Elle With Three &1/2:" Let's worry about learning how to properly punctuate a paragraph before worrying about biology and rare medical occurances."
dont you have a concentration camp to run....
Quoting pitbullprincess:" dont you have a concentration camp to run...."
Sweetie, the only concentration needed is on an English book.
Quoting Elle With Three &1/2:" Sweetie, the only concentration needed is on an English book."
go take your bs elsewhere
either you have resources or you dont
you have seen my other posts and know why I have a hard time typing
at least then you answered instead of just butting in and berating