By OkieThePokie - 07/08/2017 13:00
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drinking just a little less poison than that which can kill you, may not make you stronger. nor will hypo thermia if you get to live.
Actually, humans DO become resistant to protein-based poisons such as snake venom. Our immune system's pretty cool, adapting to just about anything that doesn't kill you. There supposedly used to be a guy that injected himself with snake venom for most of his life, then transfused his blood into people that were bitten by snakes when serum wasn't available. Such a think actually works too, though transfusing large amounts is dangerous due to blood type mismatches.
Sure! Or she could be pushing, and she receives an episiotomy (Or worse, Perineal tear) which has weeks of recovery and sometimes reconstructive surgery. And again, she would then have to be awake through the surgery of the intentional cut/unintentional tear and further surgery to correct it. Or, she could be pushing and have to now have an Emergency Cesarean, with the baby under stress, and the mother under more. She'd have to get knocked out either way for those. Sometimes you don't always get things they way you want them to, but I would most certainly prefer the health of mine and my child's body over seeing my baby immediately. I've had two Cesareans, and the first one was emergency. I'm thankful for having a competent doctor who gave me sound medical advice, as I also have a very narrow pelvis and tried anyways!
On the bright side, you will always have the excruciating pain of childbirth to guilt-trip the kid for the rest of their life! “Don’t want to clean your room? Remember that time your big, bulbous head came out of my tiny hoo-hah? No? I do! Now, clean your fucking room!”
Yes, a c-section here they knock you out is likely what they will offer you. Very sorry as I am sure that was not in the birth plan. But how he comes isn't as important as you both being okay. Good luck!