35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: i have decided to go with c section...coz pain of normal delivery is unbearable..so i will go 4 c section..c section pain is much lesser den normal

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Answer: I would suggest to opt normal delivery as u already have a toddler who also needsur attention & care with the lil one... U can give a try to normal delivery & if u cannot survive the pain then u can go for csec at the same time.. 😀
Answer: decision is yours completely but my suggestion wod be ... try for normal and if u find the pain unbearable ... u can opt for C sec then and there... so atleast give it a shot
Answer: No... Normal delivery pain is bearable. Even i didnt scream a single sound during my delivery. People frightened us likely. Its a pain of normal menstural pain.
Answer: wrong decision only just because of pain
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