Wow, this is so useful thank you 2 percent of Americans have worn an army uniform US army keeping our country free shirt for taking the time to write this out for us and share your experience! I have some PTSD regarding my daughter’s birth and my recovery because I felt so alone, and in many ways, I was. I didn’t have a mom to turn to myself, and I was one of the first in my friend’s group to have a baby so all of this was new territory for me. Writing this up actually helped my healing because I don’t want anyone else to feel like I did. Your an angel! As a FTM
I also don’t know anyone who has gone through this 2 percent of Americans have worn an army uniform US army keeping our country free shirt so it’s super helpful! Sorry, you didn’t have a mom to turn to, if it makes you feel any better I have a mom but she’s a lot older and all the stuff she says sometimes is outdated and sometimes hurtful. Thanks again mama and I’m glad this helped you heal it’s good to remember that this is very individual. For example, I had an episiotomy but had a very easy time recovering (after a few days I felt pretty normal, and there wasn’t that much blood even though I had to use pads for about 5 weeks). I was able to move around almost normally within hours of delivery even though I had an epidural.
I’m 29 years old and 6 weeks pregnant with our first 2 percent of Americans have worn an army uniform US army keeping our country free shirt. Reading this absolutely terrified me. I feel very anxious about the birthing process and recovery, and coming to grips with my changing body. She was so kind as to post such a detailed description, but I’m happy to be reminded this is individualistic! So far I have had a very easy pregnancy…though it’s only been six weeks