I’m knee deep into the 3rd trimester! Woohoo! I can’t believe I’m here already! I have so many things left to do! My baby’s room is a hot mess, and I feel like it will never be done. My goal is to have it done before my baby shower which is a month away. While I try to prepare for my baby’s arrival, I also have to prepare for a C-Section. Because of the position of some of my fibroids, I’m not able to deliver vaginally, so a c-section will be scheduled. When the doctors told me I would have to have a c-section with Peyton, it didn’t scare me. Matter of fact, I was relieved knowing how the birth was going to go down. Now that I have been through it, I know what to expect. I thought I would share some of the things that they don’t tell you about having a c-section.
I hope I didn’t scare you. I just wanted to share some of the things that happened to me that doctors don’t tell you about. You’re not alone. Did you know that 33% of deliveries are by c-section (via CDC)? They are very common and the doctors are very good at it.