I'm just curious to know if anyone has, or knows someone who has, had a hernia and delivered naturally? At my appointment the other day, my doctor told me he thinks I might have a small femoral hernia and in the excitement of hearing the heartbeat, etc, I didn't think to ask about whether it might affect our childbirth options. I just started thinking about the possibility I might have to have a c-section this evening and will ask at my next appointment but figured it couldn't hurt to ask you all in the meantime.
Hi.My son's nanny has the same problem,she is 7months pg n she experiences pain every now n then.her dr already told her the sh'll hv a c/section but we want to get 2nd opinion!Congrats on ur pregnancy n i hope it all goes well.
I developed an imbilical hernia while pushing my son/first child out. I had my daughter/2nd child vaginally as well. It made the hernia larger and i had to have it repaired. But thats nt saying its safe n all. I didnt know i had the hernia there for my ob dr had no knowledge of it.
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