I want her out NOW

Nicole - posted on 07/12/2013 ( 2 moms have responded )

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I'm 100% effaced will be 40 weeks on Tuesday and I am just plain old D-O-N-E done. I am sick of feeling her head bumping and rubbing against my cervix. you think with all the movement in there I would start to have contravtioms but no. I've only had two and I'm can't sleep. I'm dehydrated walking doesn't help vigorous activity does nothing. what more can I do? I swear if I hear that shell come when she's ready one more time I'm going to cry. my body is fully prepared except for.that.I'm not.dilating and I can't stand having her press on my cervix anymore. i can't cough or laugh without her big head causing stabbing pains.in my cervix.

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Nicole - posted on 07/13/2013

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I'm doing what I can with Hydration. Its like the only thing I'm drinking is water. I have this powerade bottle I just keep filling up and reusing cuz I cab get ice into it easily and its bigger than any of the cups in the house. I kniw that I'm being mostly impatient though. I don't feel tired or fatigued if anything I can't. sleep because I have so much energy. for the past few nights I've been working out to wear myself out enough to sleep. I've tried soothing showers and everything. I'm starting to have hurt feelings. does she not want to meet her mommy?

Jodi - posted on 07/13/2013

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I hear your pain. I'm sure she won't be long :) You need to be careful with the dehydration. During labour, it is really important that you remain hydrated. Dehydration causes decreased bloodflow, which in turn, caused decreased oxygen in the blood, and this can lead to higher levels of fatigue and muscle weakness - not things you want to occur when you are going into labour and need your strength and energy. So try to keep the hydration up, and make sure you maintain a healthy level of hydration.

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