asks from Phoenix
I am trying to make a birth plan and I don't know what to think of getting an episiotomy..... Did you get one? Are they a good idea? Am I going to rip and if so is it ...
asks from Portland
I had my 8.6 pound son vaginally 15 months ago. I had an episiotomy and afterwards it took me around 10 weeks to heal and wasn't healing right at first even though I f...
asks from Houston
Hi Moms! I had my baby 8 weeks ago and had a 2nd degree episiotomy. I had a good checkup at my 6 week postpartum appointment but still have some healing to do. Is i...
asks from Canton
Sorry this is personal, but I'm kind of freaking out. I had my daughter 17 days ago. I was fine, then started hurting whenever I sat down - a shooting pain. I have ...
asks from Savannah
I had a minor episiotomy with my first born. It really was not a big deal for me . . . made it so much easier to deliver and the recovery was really a breeze compared...
asks from Minneapolis
I am currently 21 weeks pregnant with my first child. Lately I have begun thinking a lot about the actual birth of our baby and I need your advice. I am wondering what...
asks from Detroit
I had a level 4 episiotomy during labor with my last pregnancy. Without exaggeration it was a horrible healing process that took over 9 months to completely heal. My...
asks from Raleigh
Hello all! I am pregnant with my second child and I am nervous about needing an episiotomy during childbirth. I did have one with my son because his heart rate was s...
asks from Los Angeles
I had an episiotomy while delivering my little boy 15 days ago. I still have some pain, itching, and ALOT of burning while urinating. Is this normal after 2 weeks?