no i still had UC when i had him, luckily though the pregnancy put me into complete remission! which was part of what led to my decision to have the surgery I got a taste of "the good life" back.
Anywya, i understand about
not wantign to have another vaginal birth, not fun is it, although that epidural sure is a good friend, lol.
I think it is very important that you find a good high risk dr. I don't know where you live, but i was lucky to get wiht a group that does alot of preemies and such, which was important in my case, and one of my drs had been doing it for about
35 years, which made me feel pretty good!
what i did was see a regular OB group, one that could deliver at a hosptial with a level 2 or higher nursery, which i was also lucky that my husband happeend to work there at the time! anyway those drs had experince with high risk babies, but were not specialists, then i saw the specialist every month at first, then, after the baby got where it could survive on it's own, i think about
33 weeks, i quit going to the specialist, which was actually funny because at 34 weeks i went into early labor! but it was stopped, after that my regular OB kept in closer touch with my High risk OB, then when i delivered my High Risk OB was called and told. Be sure that the hospital you deliver at has a neo-natal RN or dr that will be there when you deliver. Just incase, although i don't see why having a ostomy would make your baby a high risk, just in case though.
I had something else, but i have forgotten it!
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