Businesswoman Vera Sidika has shared OK how she went through Elective cesarean section as a first time mom.
On social media the elated new mom termed the procedure as the best decision she ever made as it turned out better than she had imagined.
“Whoever said CS surgery was so bad and very painful lied. I felt zero pain imagine. I swear to God, it was the best decision ever!!!” Vera wrote.
With cesarean section, one can choose the child's date. The elated woman choosing to give birth on a public holiday was to allow her daughter celebrate her birthday with family.
“Since elective CS allows you to select a date within a particular timeframe, I personally chose the date 20th October 2021 So she can be celebrating her birthdays from home with family since it's a public holiday, Mashujaa day! Curfew got lifted a few hours right after she was born. Such a blessing,” she said.
Elective Caesarean came as a surprise to many as she had earlier informed her fans of her plans stating that her intention was to have a painless birth experience.
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