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I hope you ladies don't mind if I join over here! I'm Chelsea (22) married to Sam (24) and momma to Brylie Ann (08.08.09). Sam and I still joke that as soon as Brylie was out they were asking us what form of BC we were going to use and all the funny looks when we said "Natural Family Planning". We're actually NTNP simply because Brylie is an IUI baby and I would prefer not to have to use MA again!
I am EBF, but AF showed up on 10.08.09, two months to the day after giving birth! I am curious to see how long my cycle is!
December 9, 2013
5:20PM 8lb3oz 20.5"
Hospital water birth
Yep, when I said I was using NFP to my doc when she asked what I was gunna do for bc, she said that I needed to probably not have sex for a year after birth because things would be so different...Grrr...
Random question from your siggy, I get that you think OB/GYNs lead you more to c-sections...but how else are midwife's different? I've had 3 OB/GYN children...all vaginal birth, so that hasn't been an issue for me at all. But this time when I called a local OB/GYN (we've moved) they asked "Have you had a prior c-section?" and when I said no, they asked me if I minded seeing a midwife...I said no, but now I'm asking "What's the difference even?" I was just wondering what I should expect.