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    My mate only had a local when he had his vasectomy, he said it was horrific.

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    I know a young lady who has recently had a leg operation and woke up during it and her screams went ignored, she is suing.
    has she got a leg to stand on?

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    My mate only had a local when he had his vasectomy, he said it was horrific.
    did the surgeon drop a bollock?

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    I think some women that do have them naturally probably think the same, nothing that big should come out of somewhere so small. It's just shocking to think that it actually does, but I've managed it three times somehow. When I was pregnant with my three year old, after a gap of about eleven years, I'd forgotten how big newborns were until I started watching one born every minute. I got really scared and stopped watching it because I couldn't get my head around how that was going to happen naturally.
    Some newborns have huge heads and you hear such horror stories! When mine were little I used to compare their perfect round heads with the slightly misshapen heads of their poor little friends who'd been yanked out with forceps. It's amazing the human race didn't die out within a few generations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Camb View Post
    I had both my children by elective caesarean
    Which is very good from my perspective.


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    Which is very good from my perspective.

    It doesn't stay the same size as a babies head you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_B View Post
    It doesn't stay the same size as a babies head you know.
    Nah, I mean I like the C-scar...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Camb View Post
    Some newborns have huge heads and you hear such horror stories! When mine were little I used to compare their perfect round heads with the slightly misshapen heads of their poor little friends who'd been yanked out with forceps. It's amazing the human race didn't die out within a few generations.
    What utter tosh! I've had 3 babies naturally in the way nature intended and not one of them has a squashed head, nor were any yanked out with forceps. I'm glad we've no impressionable young pregnant women on here because you'd have scared them half to death!
    Babies are meant to be born vaginally. In some cases it's not possible for various reasons and in those cases c section is the way forward but really there is far too much scaremongering in regards to natural labour and birth that if I was about to have my 1st baby I'd be seriously panicking.

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    Don't have an argument, you two! <---- preemptive post

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