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Im 36 weeks a ftm and my baby is transverse.  Im terrified that it may require c-setion. Everyone is so negative about c-setion but if I dont have a choice I dont. What are the chances that I wont have a dripping belly for life afterwards?  
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Dripping belly? I had my 1st via c-section and had a very pleasant experience. Almost 34 weeks now with number 2 and will be having another c-section. My stomach and everything went back to normal after about a year. Of course I'm a pretty active person so it could take longer for some people to look and feel normal again depending on what they do everyday. Feel free to message me if you want to know anything else about my c-section experience or just to talk :-)
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I want to have a c section If I have to have one I will be happy honestly
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I had a C section two months ago with my babe and honestly, I loved it. It was such an amazing day and recovery wasn't anything like I thought it would be. I know every woman has a different experience, but I had no problem with recovery. Like I said I'm 2 months post partum and my belly is still a little flabby, but it's going down a lot faster than I thought it would. I know there's a lot of negativity about C sections. Which makes me sad because it's still a beautiful thing.
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Phew thank you ladys
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