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    Shenzhennifer is offline Registered User
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    Thanks for all your advice. I think I will just stick with the bathtub, since that seems to be the easiest (and cheapest!).

    MLBW - remind me never to ask about your birth story:) I'm getting nervous enough as it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shenzhennifer View Post
    Thanks for all your advice. I think I will just stick with the bathtub, since that seems to be the easiest (and cheapest!).

    MLBW - remind me never to ask about your birth story:) I'm getting nervous enough as it is!
    Not any more unusual than anyone else's probably. Definitely not as bad as some that I've heard--bruising and tearing or an episiotomy are quite common actually--better to be mentally prepared though. ;) If you change your mind about my birth story--it will be in March's "The Parents' Journal" I think. :0)

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    I purchased sitz bath spray. It is an herbal mixture used to spray on the affected area rather than soaking since I had trouble finding the sitz bath that goes over the toilet here. I wound up needing an emergency caesarian and haven't used it. I bought this product: http://www.motherlove.com/product_sitz_spray.php

    I'm willing to sell it at cost. Please send me a PM if you are interested.

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    Shenzhennifer, just thought I'd send some postive vibes your way.
    I had 2 natural births. One baby 4kg the other 3.2kg.
    No episiotomy or tearing, so no need for any of that stuff.

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    Semi-positive vibes here. My oldest 4kg+ (and 55 cm) and my twins 7kg combined with a breech baby B (feet first) ... 4th and 3rd degree but back to normal within days (hours with the twins), so even if you do tear, doesn't have to be really bad. Had a very quick and easy recovery.

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    you know... listening to you ladies, i'm kinda thankful i never experienced labour, never mind natural birth...LONG LIVE C-SECTIONS!!!!!!!!!!!

    (just joking...my first was an emergency, and no choice with the second)

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