What where urs births like natural/c-section
Letitia - posted on 01/03/2013
My 1st daughter was natural birth with gas and air and pethadine December 4th 2009
My 2nd daughter was elective c.section spinal block/GOOD Drugs she was breech October19th 2012 .... Both girls was born on a friday... 1st 13.56pm home same day ... 2nd 15.56pm home 24 hur later
Patty - posted on 09/17/2009
My son born Feb 19th was a vaginal delivery and I made it over half way before getting the epidural. My labor platued for quite some time and I was stuck with some seriously instense contractions for longer than necessary. They broke my water after 10 hours of labor and he was born 3 hours later with 12 minutes of pushing.
Rachel - posted on 09/15/2009
I had my first daughter naturally (though not intended that way) on February 6th. I had an epidural but it didn't take, but I am actually more thankful that I experienced the full INTENSITY of it all. She was a healthy 9lbs. 6oz. and 21 3/4 inches long. I was induced at 8am, dr. broke my water at 8:30am and I started pushing at 1pm. My sweet babygirl was brought into the world at 2:30pm. We plan to hopefully have a 2nd once she is about 2 or 3!!
Deanna - posted on 09/15/2009
My twins were c section they was my first and probably last lol I was only 33 weeks my placenta or however thats spelled started rejecting them. So they was only 4 and 4.9 when they was born they only had to stay in they hospital for 13 days.
Staci - posted on 09/15/2009
my daughter came out vaginally. i had an epidural, but wish i didnt, because it messed with my legs after delivery. i couldnt walk without support for two months. i pushed for two hours. she was doing one step for every two and was stuck behing the pelvic bone.
Sarah - posted on 09/09/2009
I had mine vaginally .... with drugs. I was induced on the 9th. My water was broken at 9:30am and Luka was born 2:21 pm (yes, I had one of those births we all wish for!) Kudos to all you ladies who went "au naturelle". Call e a wimp but I'd rather not if possible!
Jane - posted on 09/09/2009
I had both my kids via c-section. The first time (my daughter), the pain was excruciating. I couldn't even lay down without feeling pain. With Lucas, I mentally prepared myself for the pain. But he was so much bigger than my daughter was ( he was 8 lb 7 oz and she was 5 lb 8 oz) that it was more painful to carry him around than to recover from taking him out. lol.
Aysha - posted on 09/08/2009
Logan was born by emergency c section on the 24th weighing 9lbs 12oz then about 2 hours after i had him i started to hemorrage and my wound wasnt closed properly i lost 2 litres of blood and had to have emergency surgery again thank god he is ok and im getting better slowly but now i cant have anymore children
Cassandra - posted on 09/06/2009
My Daughter Peyton was born Feb 6th, I have her completely natural. No Drugs. I had my first comtraction at 6:30 the day before. Went to the hospital at 9:30 pm had her at 6:26 the next morning. I was in hard labor for 11 hours pushed for 1 hr and 15 mins. It was very painful but sooooo worth it. She weighted 8 pounds and was 21 1/2 inches long.
Michelle - posted on 09/03/2009
My daughter was born on February 24th. I had started labor the day before (early stages). That morning I pushed for about an hour or so and she came. It was painful. I had an epideral but it still hurt. But I had a c- section with my son previously and honestly it was a much better delivery and recovery to have vaginal delivery. Vaginal may be the harder birth but it's definitely the better over all.
Becky - posted on 09/03/2009
with my 4th, i was 10 cm when i got to hospital. Midwife would only let me have gas and air because she thought it was going to be quick. It still took 2 hours cos he was lying on his side and the contractions i was having were in my back. Then she took gas and air off of me because he was getting distressed and it was stopping me from pushing. When he was born he was fine. Considering i had no drugs i didnt think pain was that bad.
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