They had a series on Discovery Health (I think) called 'The Operation' which shows ops in an almost tutorial style. One of the ops shown was a c-section. I was fine until they took the uterus out to stitch it.
To be honest, I preferred watching the keyhole gallbladder removal (but then the filming was much better).
No way in the world would I watch this, I've had 2 emergencies and the idea of seeing what happened makes me shudder ..... but am really curious too, I think I'll tape it and watch it frame by frame with fingers over my eyes.
SueW that taking the uterus out thing is a real horror. I asked my aneasthatist what they were doing to me at one point, he told me 'They've got your uterus out'.
(Very bizarrely and I say this at the risk of sounding completely bonkers, I dreamed last night that Gordon Ramsay had taken mine out unbeknownst to me and was serving it up in one of his restaurants. Needless to say I was cross)
I'm intrigued by this too. I had an emergency section last time and I'm considering an elective this time. This show could change my mind! Think I'll watch it through my fingers but sounds too interesting to miss.
I heard that the op will actually be live. Strange to think there's a heavily pregnant woman sitting around just waiting to give birth on TV Monday night. Wonder if she's an MNer???