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Melanie Fiona Shares Her Emotional Birthing Experience

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  1. I understand everything she is going through. I had an emergency c section last month when I was 29 weeks pregnant. My baby is in the NICU. Although you know it’s not your fault you can’t help but feel guilt.

    1. Lisa Jones says:

      Hugs to both you and your new bundle of joy.

    2. Prayers for you and your little one.

  2. I had an emergency C-Section after 4 days of induced labor. My experience was a nightmare, but my baby was perfect.

  3. Pasha Mayo says:

    Great article!! I will be giving birth soon to my third child and I always go into it with a whatever’s best mentality. It’s sad how some women try to make you feel bad about having a c-section or not doing it naturally without medication and even breastfeeding. No one is better than the other and we all do what’s best for our children with what we can!!

  4. Janay Ruiz says:

    Yea I had a c-section then almost died from complications after. I was in the hospital for a week and a half after I gave birth. I couldn’t move or even eat. It was hard to see everyone else taking care of my brand new baby and I couldn’t. But I had a vaginal delivery after that. The world of difference is amazing. I was fine right after the vaginal delivery.

  5. So true and very real!!! All mothers deserve a gold star and trillions of dollars!!!

  6. Lisa Jones says:

    These articles on your site are life changing — keep up the great work.

  7. I feel for her because it’s obviously something that pains her.
    Personally, I had an emergency c section after 50 hours of labor and inducement but I don’t feel robbed by the experience or that I somehow failed. My job was to bring life into the world and get us both home as a unit. I don’t believe in birth plans that are any different than that but I wonder if those who do have these feelings that MF are experiencing? Maybe it’s a correlation and something that we as women should watch for when preparing to give birth.

  8. Alexa says:

    I appreciate her sharing her story and understand not having the birth plan you wanted. In the end, I ended up with a beautiful baby boy and for that I’m grateful.

  9. Linda Dukes says:

    I share a similar experience mine wasn’t an emergency it was planned but after the birth was when the trouble started. I had my baby last Wednesday and I’m still dealing with the process. You’re definitely not in control in those situations.

  10. Proud Lady says:

    I had my daughter last month at 39 weeks and had to be induced because she was a small baby and they didn’t know why she wasn’t growing . A dose of Pitocin and no epidural was veryyyyyy hard but I had my vaginal delivery. I was very happy about that but after going to get non stress test every week and being induced I realized my pregnancy was out of my control. I had ate great, gained 13 lbs, limited my sugar , drank lots of water and didn’t eat or dink anything i wasnt supposed to and my aby girl was 5lbs 1 oz at birth. as long as we take car of our children and ourselves the best way we can it doesnt matter.

  11. Just do It says:

    As its said on another forum I frequent “no one gets a T-shirt for this” the goal is to leave with a healthy child, how it got there: 3 0hour labor vs 2 hours Natural, c-section, tub, at home birth blah, blah, blah none of it really matters in the end. People really have to let go thinking they are in control of the uncontrollable.

  12. Leslie B. says:

    This story is so beautiful and so needed. People need insight on the good, the bad, and the ugly…and social media shields from the ugly a lot of time. There are complications all of the time with childbirth, but it gets swept under a rug. This definitely needed to be shared, and I’m thankful to have read it.

  13. Missy says:

    I’m tired of the old ass reused and recycled videos! New content puhlease


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