Loose Women star Frankie Bridge said she felt ‘judged’ over her decision to welcome both her sons – Parker and Carter – by caesarean section
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Frankie Bridge feels judged for her decision to have her baby by cesarean section.
The Saturday singer decided to welcome her two sons – Parker and Carter, whom she shares with husband Wayne Bridge – by the C-section, and in a candid chat on Loose Women today, she admitted She admits she feels judged for welcoming her children. road.
She explained that she was never opposed to having a vaginal birth but wasn’t particularly desperate about it either, so she talked to the doctor who suggested she have a cesarean section.
However, she admits that she feels very deliberate about her decision.
Speaking on ITV’s Loose Women channel today, she said: “I don’t get it because, in the best possible way, I don’t care how someone has a baby as long as they’re fine and the child is. I’ve had two C’s and they’ve been elected and we’ve said before, I think a lot of people want to experience a natural birth, but I’m not in a rush.”
When asked if she felt judged by others when she chose to have a cesarean section, she added: “100% and I think pushing too smoothly is a lot to blame. People see it as a way to go. get rid of laziness”.
“I’ve been so many times ‘oh is it an emergency?’ and I think you’ll get it right from the time you get pregnant and for the rest of your life.”
Frankie previously revealed that she chose a C-section to help deal with her anxiety.
“I’m open to both birthing options – in my head I think they’ll both breastfeed, so pick one! I spoke to my obstetrician to lay out the pros and cons of both. and I said ‘If I were your daughter, what would you do?’, and he said ‘C-section.’ So I thought OK, let’s just put it on,” she explained nearly. here about the decision to have a cesarean section.
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“With work and with Wayne playing, I wanted to make sure we were there together and that was really the only way I could do it. I never had any real burning desire to do it. the fact is to have a natural baby, but I’m not against that either.”
She added: “It feels like I have less control over it [a natural birth]that no one could really tell me what was going to happen, and to my anxiety, it was a really terrible situation. And Wayne was a lot like ‘If I had kids, that’s what I would do.’ “
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