Whats birth like 2nd time around? And whats the healing process like? I understand down there doesnt go back to its 100 percent size the first time but the second time around do you Just get even looser? Im Just curious about second time birth and how everything goes in your opinion
Second time was a lot different for me. Mt water leaked with my first son so all I had to do is wait around .second time around my son wouldn't drop so I had to go through two days of horrible contractions to help push him down . I didn't twar as much as I did with my first ans healing wasn't too bad. Hubby says their isn't a difference down there . so I guess it depends on your body & baby. I drank raspberry leaf tea to help with contractions and after labor. I heard evening primrose oil helps prevent tearing .
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