Would it be a maternal concern if a pregnant woman choose not to have a normal delivery? Is C-Section just an avoidance to labor pains and an acceptance to be scarred with an uncertainty to recover?
Honestly, I tell myself that C-section is much painful rather than nursing a baby, isn’t it? That’s just my 2 cents. 😉 For eighth years that I’ve been assisting, supporting, helping, coaching and empowering these moms with C-section, I don’t really know how they’re coping and recuperating from their wound including the pains, discomfort, stress and sometimes lacked of support and assurance after they gave birth.
Recently, I had a major operation called TAH BSO, they removed my Uterus, Fallopian Tubes and Ovaries which means I can’t have baby and I’m an instant menopause!
Now, I’ve the unequivocal understanding of how a mother can overcome this kind of challenge and how she can continue her breastfeeding journey without any interruption and artificial supplements (so called easy milk).
Here is most frequently asked question of worried moms who had c-section, “can a mother breastfeed with C-section?” A simple answer is YES!
You can, as long as you are equipped with the right-informed choices, attends breastfeeding classes, goals and mindset with your new journey. Motherhood, breastfeeding and support of your breastfeeding team which includes your partner or husband, immediate family, in-laws, colleagues and friends even neighbor, including your OB and pediatrician.