I had a c section and the nurses told me that my post-op headache was typical for a woman my age and size. The last thing I wanted to do was think about how I couldn’t lift my head up for 5 days and that was the worst part. It was then that I realized how much pain I was in.
And not just my headache, but a whole host of symptoms that have been plaguing my life for years. A whole host of injuries that I never bothered to tell anyone about.
When my first baby, the baby that I didn’t want, was born, I went into a near-complete meltdown. I had been so focused on raising him, I forgot to take care of myself. I thought I was a failure for not taking care of myself, and I guess I was, but I just didn’t realize how much more of myself I had to give.
The things I used to say to myself before I got pregnant: “I am not a failure. I am a woman. I have a uterus. I can do it.” And then I would say to the actual mother of my baby: “I have been so busy with work, I dont have time to be a part of your life.
I just want to emphasize that the woman in the above photo is not your mother, and it actually makes sense that she wouldn’t want you to have a child. In fact, if we were to look at it without that lens, she is the mother of a dead child. It’s not clear if she’s having an abortion or not, but it’s probably a fetus.
This is a common refrain that we hear when we talk to women. They are told that they can’t have children because “it hurts too much.” Most of us are familiar with this, and it’s true that having a child can be extremely painful. That’s why many women who want to have children are only having them for the sake of having a child. But in my opinion, it’s not about pain. It’s about control.
I have a very similar story. I had a c-section and I had terrible headaches for a month. I also had terrible migraines. I wasnt sure if I was having a c-section or not, so I did a Google search and learned that c-sections can indeed cause these headaches. I can only assume that this is what was causing my headaches.
It has been proven that c-sections don’t cause a lot of pain, and when they do it only lasts for about 24 hours. The headaches only last for about four to six days. After that you should be fine.
I had a c-section and I had terrible headaches for a month. I also had terrible migraines. I wasnt sure if I was having a c-section or not, so I did a Google search and learned that c-sections can indeed cause these headaches. I can only assume that this is what was causing my headaches.It has been proven that c-sections dont cause a lot of pain, and when they do it only lasts for about 24 hours.
I know a lot of you are going to be aghast at this, but this is not only true of c-sections, but of c-sections in general. The pain and cramping will last for days, even weeks. It’s not as bad as I expected.