Looks that way. I haven’t seen the actual tweet myself yet…but someone is trying to start the rumor.
So, just to clarify – there’s no receipt on this right now?
Not that I have seen. So, huge grain of salt…but, I don’t follow all the other skeptic blogs…I’m doing a little “search” right now.
Bucketloads of salt on order for me….:)
It’s only been 6 days since an alleged C-Section. Salt mine for reasons:
Cesarean Section – What to Expect After C-Section
After a routine cesarean section, expect to be monitored closely for the next 24 hours to make sure that you don’t develop any problems. You will receive pain medicine and will likely be encouraged to begin walking short distances within 24 hours of surgery. Walking can help relieve gas buildup in the abdomen. It is usually very uncomfortable to begin walking, but the pain will decrease in the days after the delivery.
The typical hospital stay after a cesarean delivery is about 3 days. You can feed and care for your newborn as you feel able. Before going home, you’ll receive postsurgery instructions, including warning signs of complications. It can take 4 weeks or more for a cesarean incision to heal, and it isn’t unusual to have occasional pains in the area during the first year after the surgery.
It is important to take care of yourself at home while you are healing.
- Rest when you feel tired. Getting enough sleep will help you recover.
- Try to walk each day. Start by walking a little more than you did the day before. Bit by bit, increase the amount you walk. Walking boosts blood flow and helpsprevent pneumonia, constipation, and blood clots.
- Avoid strenuous activities, such as bicycle riding, jogging, weightlifting, andaerobic exercise, for 6 weeks or until your doctor says it is okay.
- Until your doctor says it is okay, do not lift anything heavier than your baby.
- Do not do sit-ups or other exercises that strain the belly muscles for 6 weeks or until your doctor says it is okay.
- Hold a pillow over your incision when you cough or take deep breaths. This will support your belly and reduce your pain.
- You may shower as usual. Pat the incision dry when you are done.
- You will have some vaginal bleeding. Wear sanitary pads. Do not douche or use tampons until your doctor says it is okay.
- Ask your doctor when you can drive again.
- You will probably need to take at least 6 weeks off work. It depends on the type of work you do and how you feel.
It takes about 10 days for the incision to fully close. It’s recommended to wait 2-3 weeks to start walking with a pram. That’s standard practice where I work.