There is a part of me that is angry and bitter. My former OB/GYN, the one who diagnosed the cancer and removed it, should have been more informative regarding how the surgery would affect my child bearing abilities. Thankfully I had a great team of doctors at the medical center that did everything in their power to keep Giovanni in until he was ready to make his appearance...and a fine jog they did!
I am not looking forward to the actually surgery and recovery, but I am looking forward to this because it makes me feel like I am crossing all my "t's" and dotting all my "i's". By having this done, I know that if we EVER decide to have another baby, my risk of preterm labor due to incompetent cervix will be less than 1%. Yay! I talked to my surgeon today to go over some
One thing I am upset about is that I won't be able to pickup/carry Giovanni when I get home. Giovanni has become quite the snuggle bug lately and wants his mommy to hold him. Hopefully the recovery will go smoothly and I won't be limited for as long as they are telling me. After being away from Giovanni for 3 days that poor kid is going to get smothered!