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Accoucher par cĂ©sarienne c’est choisir la facilitĂ© : cette maman dit stop Ă  ce genre de propos !

Voici Olivia White, une maman australienne de deux enfants et une blogueuse suivie par plus de 50 000 personnes sur Instagram. Ses messages traitent de tous les aspects de la maternité : du corps aprĂšs l’accouchement à la dure rĂ©alitĂ© des soirĂ©es en amoureux perturbĂ©es par cette nouvelle vie de parents
. Et ici, Olivia White a tenu à parler d’un sujet qui lui tient Ă  cƓur : la cĂ©sarienne.

Accoucher par cĂ©sarienne n’est facile pour aucune maman

Olivia White s’est plongĂ©e dans le monde obscur et tabou des cĂ©sariennes en dĂ©fendant toutes les mĂšres qui ont pu en subir une un jour. Elle souhaite dire au monde que non, une cĂ©sarienne ce n’est pas la facilitĂ©. « Pour quiconque pense que c’est la facilitĂ©, et bien essayez d’avoir une cicatrice de 15 centimĂštres au milieu de l’abdomen, comme un requin Ă©viscĂ©rĂ© Ă  qui on a repris les parties du corps du surfeur qu’il a mangĂ© !« , a Ă©crit la mĂšre de 27 ans sur Instagram. « Le pire de tout, c’est que vous aurez l’impression de passer toute votre vie Ă  porter des culottes de grand-mĂšre parce que la pensĂ©e que quelque chose se trouve dans le canyon entre votre intestin et votre rĂ©gion pubienne est la cause de vos cauchemars« , continu-elle. Sous-entendu qu’elle Ă©vite de porter des vĂȘtements serrĂ©s au niveau de sa cicatrice, qu’elle prĂ©fĂšre aussi oublier. Elle prĂ©cise aussi avoir gagnĂ© « une poche de kangourou » Ă  cause de sa cĂ©sarienne mais qu’elle ne le « changera pas« . Depuis sa publication, la photo d’Olivia White a rĂ©colté prĂšs de 1 500 likes sur Instagram. Des centaines d’autres mĂšres ont Ă©galement partagĂ© leurs histoires de cĂ©sarienne. « J’ai eu trop peur de regarder ma cicatrice pendant prĂšs d’une semaine ! « , a Ă©crit une femme, « Merci de rappeler qu’avoir accouchĂ© par cĂ©sarienne n’est pas grave « , a ajoutĂ© une autre abonnĂ©e. Auparavant, Olivia White avait dĂ©jĂ  dĂ©voilĂ© son corps post-grossesse, dans une sĂ©rie de photographies postĂ©e sur Facebook oĂč elle avait Ă©crit : « Le visage gonflĂ©, les seins remplis de lait, les hanches plus larges et le ventre plein de vergetures ! C’est ma rĂ©alitĂ© d’aprĂšs bĂ©bĂ©. Et vous savez quoi ? Je m’en fiche complĂštement ! Parce que je ne suis pas la mĂȘme personne que j’étais avant d’avoir eu des bĂ©bĂ©s, alors pourquoi voudrais-je que mon corps rĂ©flĂ©chisse quelque chose et quelqu’un que je ne suis plus ? « .  Et oui mesdames, peu importe ce que vous vivez, vous n’ĂȘtes pas seules, n’ayez pas honte de votre corps aprĂšs bĂ©bĂ©, il a traversĂ© des choses difficiles et ces marques sont lĂ  pour le prouver et prouver que vous ĂȘtes toutes des mamans qui dĂ©chirent.

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Look I know it might not be my best angle (or is it?) 😂 but who wouldn't take selfies hours post birth so they can see where they sliced you open and yanked out a whole person đŸ™‹đŸŒ (if you couldn't tell I still couldn't see past my still inflated uterus) 🙈 This is what you really look like a few hours post c-section 🗡 To anyone who thinks it's the easy way out, we'll try having a 6 inch gash in your abdomen like a gutted shark 🩈 who had the body parts of the surfer đŸ„đŸŒ it ate retrieved! That's then sewn back together with fishing wire while it feels like your vital organs are trying to escape! I mean sure, everything is 🌈 and 🍭 till the spinal wears off! After that it's like you've been hit by a bus 🚌 which then backed over you just to make sure it didn't miss you the first time! If you don't time the Endone exactly before the previous lot wore off then you will most certainly know you are alive (while wishing you were dead) ☠ and worst of all you'll feel as if you'll spend your entire life wearing nanna đŸ‘” knickers up around your waist because the thought of anything settling in the canyon between your gut and pubic region is the stuff nightmares are made of đŸ‘»đŸ™…đŸŒ Anyone who's ever had c section knows that you'll forever be dependant on your friends Nancy, Dr 90210 and Spanx because you cannot for the life of you get rise of the ditch that is left by the scar 🙄 But for all the skin tight Kookai dresses I bought while pregnant đŸ€°đŸŒ that now make me look like I have a Kangaroo pouch – I wouldn't change it! Because if it wasn't for the ability to deliver my babies đŸ‘¶đŸŒ this way they might not be here today đŸ™ŒđŸ» plus I recon getting cut from A to B sounds way worse đŸ˜·đŸ€•

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Having a cesarean birth was certainly not in my plans, but for reasons beyond my control that's how my first baby was born. And it ultimately meant she entered this world healthy and safe, and I shouldn't shamed for that or told I didn't 'give birth'! I then decided to have an elective cesarean, and that's my choice and I have the right to make that choice and should not be shamed for that either! Whether you birth your baby naturally or require medical intervention! Whether you have pain relief or give birth listening to Mozart in a pool of petal laced water and have your placenta dried and bottled to use as seasoning on your steak! It's all bringing new life into the world and that is a wonderful thing that should be celebrated! How you get it done should not define you, it doesn't make you and more or less of a mother! We thankfully live in a time where we have access to such medical assistance that can ultimately save the life of a baby and it's mother, when in times past it has meant they may have died in child birth! Sadly something that can still happen in some poorer countries in this day and age! Not to mention that pregnancy, birth and having children is already an extremely life-altering and emotional experience! When your birth, for whatever reason, doesn't go to plan it can cause or exacerbate ones already fragile state! We are all mothers, and we should love and support one another no matter how our babies are born, especially when it can already have left someone inadequate and disappointed! Embrace your scars, don't apologise for the drugs, coat your steak in as much placenta as you like and don't, for a second, feel like you have to explain yourself to anyone!! 📾 @catherinemeyerphotographer

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