Enty right on time with a BI that should really just have BC’s name written in the margins.
oh for fuck’s sake – you DON’T *induce* for a c-section! For christ’s sake, that’s a straight up DERP for both the person who claimed this happened and the dumbasses who BELIEVE that nonsense! Y’all need some basic anatomy classes.
The dumb is DEEP. Seriously, frighteningly DEEP.
Right? I mean I have seen that several times even around here and I refuse to reblog it because… The only time you’d get BOTH is if something went wrong and an emergency C-section was needed.
Y’all need to work on your reading comprehension. A C-Section is often required after a failed induction:
- Labor induction is more likely to result in the need for a C-section — particularly if you’ve never given birth before and your cervix hasn’t already begun to thin, soften and dilate (unfavorable cervix).
Labor itself is induced while a C-Section is a surgical procedure. Jesus…