Rebecca Woolf did not want to get cut.
In 2005, Woolf was in labor with her first baby, a boy, at a large Los Angeles hospital. She had pushed for no more than two minutes when her doctor announced he was going to perform an episiotomy -- using sterile scissors to snip an incision and expand her vaginal opening.
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