Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Labour Room Drama - 27 And 28

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Sunday, 18 September 2016

Labour Room Drama - 27 And 28

I have one Innocent question to ask..Why are people so scared of giving birth via CS?Does it make anyone less of a person?Is there shame attached to it?




LRD 27
Hi Mrs dimoko thank you for giving us a platform to share our experiences. I am the lady who sent in her chronicles  about the baby mama that send nudes and still there. ...remember i told you am a single mum........

In 2011 when I found out I was preggy at age 19 of course it wasn't a surprise as I was sexually active. ......but I was devastated ahhh....where will I start from who will I run to were the questions I kept asking myself.....my then boyfriend cajoled me into keeping the baby coz he is an only child with a frail and aged mother....

So I decided to keep the baby .....I was in my 3rd year in school so I registered  for ante natal in ijebu igbo coz I schooled in ago iwoye......fast forward to the delivery date coz my edd was 01/30/2016 I had moved to ibadan at my grannys place to hide my shame.....few days to birthing my daughter I was terribly sick I had tyhphoid fever so I was rushed to the hospital and admitted and my mum had to rush down to ibadan ......at some point I couldnt feel my baby's movement .

doctors came to check her heartbeat but kept mute whenever we asked them what was wrong and we noticed they always wore a worried face afterwards ....few hours later I was booked for a cesearian section 'mogbe' my mother exclaimed and began to roll on the floor wailing .I just laid dumb on the bed too weak to cry or talk ....the doctors  didnt give me the opportunity to  even push  or experience the real Labour ......meanwhile my mum was still rolling on the floor my grandma too was wailing .

Baby daddy was in Lagos maybe on top another girl sef (how I wan know).....to cut my long story short,they inserted a catheter  into my vjay kai the pain entered my head oh.....I was wheeled into the theatre and all I remember was the doctor asking me some questions after the aesthetics  I was offffffffff.....hours later I was out of my long sleeeeep I woke up to see my Angel with blue eyeballs and a very fair skin.....my mum carried her and was in tears ....I woke up with prayers in my mouth for my mother as I was moved when i saw her in tears coz my mama isn't usually moved and to me she was 'Margaret Thatcher young sister '.....  but i saw her softer  side that day ........ later the doctors came in to explain that my baby's heartbeat had totally dropped  and there was no single drop of water in my amniotic sack  as the thypoid had  drained the amnotic fluid therefore the baby cldnt breathe well.....but the pain after the stitches no be here oh.....I thank God for his faithfulness since then.

I have attached a picture of her and myself for you to see...shes got a great sense of humour now....


*Your daughter is so lovely but your beauty and slim frame and height caught my attention...Ever thought of trying to model?you have a kind of unique beauty.hope you have settle your chronicles brouhaha?

Back to your LRD,I didnt know that they put someone to sleep during CS,isnt that dangerous,especially with the fact that you were really sick?
Or you mean you fainted during the CS?

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LRD 28

Greetings to you darling Stella, I just thought I share my labour room experience, so here it goes.......

When I was 40 weeks, labour still hadn't progressed and cervix too wasn't opening, in fact no contractions at all{ in fact then I would jog from the beginning of the park till the end, street to street with my lil niece, nothing still happened], so by 41 +6 days my midwife booked me to be induced so I packed my hospital bag and off we went and there and then the whole process started from the cervical sweep, they used the gel, oxytocin still nothing worked o, meanwhile the midwife was monitoring my son's heartbeat on the screen and making sure everything was OK. 

So hours later o , I still hadn't progressed much, and I was in serious pain, so requested for epidural and that brought down the pain considerably , still few hours nothing happened still. 


Then all of a sudden the monitor was making a loud continuous sound and the midwife rushed out and before I knew it about six surgeons including doctors and nurses came in and tried to explain to us that my baby's heartbeat had dropped and since my cervix wasn't opening like it's supposed to that they would have to wheel me to the theatre and get the baby out fast, Coman see shock and fear written on hubby's face, lol.

 he started crying profusely saying that I'm someone's child and he doesn't want anything to happen to me and they started petting him that nothing will happen that they carry out many Ceasarian operations daily so he has nothing to be scared of, me sef that was seriously tired was begging him that he shouldn't cry and that  they should just get the baby out that I don't want vaginal birth anymore, lol , so they sha gave him uniform just like theirs and they wheeled me down to the theatre, and hubby was reluctant but I could hear them telling him everything would be fine. 


And after 40 mins they brought my son out, lovely boy with a head full of hair, cleaned me up and back to the recovery ward. Well we spent 5days because my son had an infection, blisters on his skin, and they said 'twas because he spent too much time in my belly{41+6days} 

Well the experience taught me when twas time to have my second child and due to my previous record they just didn't wanna take any chances again, I was booked for an induction, still labour didn't progress much and eventually did CS the second time. All thanks be to the almighty , abeg sorry for my long epistle, e ma binuπŸ˜€,       

Pic for your eye only Stella πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜…


*Cheiiii i was tempted to include the photo,omg...see small pikin with sexy bulgy eyes,wow!!!..he must have spent too much looking inside...lol



91 comments:

STARRY LARRY said...

Hummmmmmmmm




*Larry was here*

stunning slim shady said...

Evry pic na for ur eye only.... Isorait Stella nwunye Korkus.

white Berry said...

LRD: am happy for you, cs or no cs atleast you and ur baby came out alive.

STARRY LARRY said...

You're pregnant in 2011 and your edd is 30/01/2016, there's a mistake somewhere madam.

God bless both of you and your kids




*Larry was here*

ZIONA said...

I'm so beginning to dislike for ur eyes only, make una soffri soffri, cause it's paining me, I want see picture aswell. No b only Stella like amebo

Miss Wande said...

So angry..na only Stella get eyes look pictures abi? *mimicks* "pics 4ur eyes only" u can as well read ur LRD alone na! Mtschewwww

Obi's Jewel said...

Stella I don't know ooooo.... people in Nigeria consider CS as evil. My question then is, Will God give doctors knowledge to create an evil procedure?????? Most women in Nigeria hate to hear CS. In fact if u open ur mouth and say u gave birth via CS u will be told u arnt a complete mother and devil was seriously on ur case. Imagine a procedure that is done to ensure the safety of both mother and child people call a bad thing abi bad luck.

To the posters well done. Thanks for sharing your experiences.

Ogo said...

Stella don't be surprised here they take ceasarian as abomination that you're not a woman bl bla bla I have seen women lose their babies because of small mindedness

PL THE GREAT said...

Ah Stella, in Nigeria no one takes chances o. Some doctors are incompetent and extremely careless to handle cs. That's why the mortality rate for preggy women is high. I'd recommend general hospitals or FMC's for women who wanna have elective cs or even normal delivery. Most of the specialists and consultants who own those expensive private hospitals are all there. They always have the best hands. Just be ready to endure their bullshit and you're good to go.

Blackberry said...

U know Africans have a rubbish perception about CS, I lost a cousin years ago cos d husband refused it, when she passed, d CS he was scared of took place but on a corpse. Fucking useless illiterate of a man.

Anonymous said...

make una show us pics now, I Rilly want to have my own kids, God pick my call

Anonymous said...

Nope it doesn't make one less of a woman, remember we are Africans and it's our mindset. Of course CS is an operation and the fear is always there, therefore people always think that anything bad might happen

LUCILE COCONUT OIL ABUJA 07059605320 Pin- 2BC6235E said...

God bless us mothers

tracy James said...

I want to see pics too na

Justina Michael said...

Congratulations to u both. Mothers are priceless.

youngman said...

Stella, you question about cs looks like you didn't grow up in Nigeria. Anyway let me answer you.

1. You answered it. The anaesthetic thing scares people because some people never woke up afterwards in the past.
2. It costs a lot more than to have a normal vaginal delivery. Who wants to spend hundreds of thousands when you can spend tens of thousands
3. The natural God-made way is through the vagina. Some people will feel less a woman and many have actually been derided for not being woman enough to birth vaginally.
4. Seriously, the whites that so easily prefer cs are both lazy and promiscuous and are more concerned with their fucking body for the next victim of their harlotry.
5. Should I give you more reasons?

Happy safe 'borning' both of you. Enjoy your babies.

Anonymous said...

The scare for the C/S for poster one is obvious. She and her mom wanted to continue to deceive people that she is "a virgin". An abdominal scar will give her away. She is not different from most girls. When I wanted to to get married, being a virgin was not one of the attributes on my list. In fact, I never remembered that. I wanted a girl with good character and a non-pretender; period!

stunning slim shady said...

High 5... I love ur comment.

Fancyface said...

Stella howdy!! I don send my LRD tey tey but u no gree post. Thought it was cos I had CS but seeing this post now confirm dats not d issue. Pls post it nah, can't wait for my pple to read it. All my family members are blog visitors and have been looking forward to seeing d post.

St.FranKooL.... said...

#Being miserable is a habit. Being happy is a habit. The choice is yours*

Anonymous said...

That's why you will end up marrying a liar. Useless man with no real values.

IVORY said...

My mum had 3 of us through caesarian section,so i dont get the whole noise.. I guess they wanna hold onto "delivering like the hebrew women" prayer.

Anonymous said...

Why was her mom wailing because she had CS?... And I'm interested to see this fair skinned blue eyed Nigerian baby. Also since when do they administer anesthesia through the vagina, and why would a doctor put a patient to sleep for CS?? That first story is FAAAKE!!!!

Anonymous said...

Stella, it is because their pastors have made it seem anything other than 'hebrew birthing' is a plot by the 'enemy' to kill them. Lol.

MISS Jacobs.

Lala said...

I had 3 cs operations. I see nothing wrong with it.

Anonymous said...

Stella so Na only your eyes dey see all the pictures ... Dia is God o

Anonymous said...

Youngman ignorance when enjoyed is another level of stupidity , so basically anybody or the whites who had their babies through cs are all whores? People like you are why countless women die because you'd rather spend tens of thousands than hundreds. Meanwhile not everyone chooses to be put to sleep,i've had all of my 4 babies through cesarean section and been awake all through

Anonymous said...

I will share my story one day,o lord bless my womb

oluwaseun aromokunola said...

You nailed it.

Anonymous said...

wat are dey sayin,wat is dis one sayin......mtcheeew

Mrs anonymous said...

My cousin was booked for CS ealier this month and she refused insisting on vagina birth.She ended up having CS yesterday when there was no movement of the baby,baby was alredy dead.I am so sad and angry cos her ignorance killed that child.May we not bury our children in Jesus name (amen)

Anonymous said...

I have no idea y pple r scared of CS. I have 2 kids both tru CS. Almost died while having my first all in d name of vaginal delivery. I had eclampsia(not preeclampsia) during labour, had seizures and passed out. Doctors had to do an emergency CS to save me n my baby. Was unconscious for 2 days. And all this was becos I refused to do CS earlier on despite several warnings and pleadings by the doctors and after being in labour for over 12 hours. I was made to sign that I refused a CS so the doctors won't be blamed if anything happened. I received sense in my second pregnancy. Had an elective CS at 38 wks. Picked a date, strolled into the hospital, did my CS, n strolled out wt my baby after 3 days. I wld never have a vaginal delivery o. CS for me anyway anytime. The easiest thing in d world as far as I'm concerned. No pain, no tear no wahala.

Ibukunoluwa said...

I'm telling u😩

Anonymous said...

congratulations to u both God bless d babies

Anonymous said...

Its like BVs hailings has gotten into your head. Your number 4 point is simply stupid and ignorant. Like WTF do you mean by they are lazy? Do you know the pain involved in recovering from a CS? Do you think anyone will pick that over the pain of vaginal delivery that ends once the baby is out? My friend if you dont have anything reasonable to say just shut up. Its people like you that make women feel bad for having CS.

Odus said...

Oyah send now but no put for your eyes only pH else we too go vex. Hahhahahahah

Anonymous said...

LOL, i thought i was the only one that saw that.

Tush baby said...

I love this LRD segment. Thank God for safe delivery

adora_talker said...

You're just very insensitive. For all we know the poor woman may have just been scared of her daughter going under the knife plus she was already sick and drained of strength. You seem very myopic

Robyna Fenty said...

Yeah I think its a typo. In her chronicles I think she said her baby is a toddler.

Anonymous said...

Lol, I'm biracial,my husband is Caucasian..babies do not have coloured eyes when they're born ..just saying #

Robyna Fenty said...

So world people will abuse her and her baby? There are many uncouth peole here. Can't blame them.

Robyna Fenty said...

Some Nigerians have serious backwards mentality that's why.

Nwanze Ifunanya said...

Congrats to both posters!
What I don't understand n like is dis" pic for ur eyes alone" warrapen na? is it only Stella dat has eyes? I want to see too na!

Robyna Fenty said...

Your #4 point proves you are very dumb.

Ikwuka Ifunanya Godslove said...

because it comes with its own complications especially in Nigeria where our health sector is something else and the price again no be here oo.

Rosie and kids said...

One million likes for your comment. FMC all the way that is where you meet specialists that will attend to you especially for pregnant women.

Michael Oriere said...

Nice One... Happy Sunday All

Anonymous said...

No ma!maternal mortality is high because there are many births not attended by trained personnel

Anonymous said...

Stella to answer your question, it's illiteracy that's disturbing them

Anonymous said...

Stella, one can be put to sleep for CS o.

MrsB said...

Very true!

Ideato/ilaje blood said...

Heheehehhehehhe

I'veBeenTouchedByAnAngelWithLove said...

Poster one and two.... I was praying for you while reading your LRD and when I got to the part of your safe delivery I heaved a big sign of relief and said Amen.
There's nothing wrong with CS, I even opted for it but my doctors insisted I can't just do CS unless there's an underlying cause. And yes, there is an underlying cause but just not too serious. Details when I send in my LRD. God pls gimme the strength and English to type and send it in soon.
*God bless my Angel in human form*

kinky with a golden pen said...

Posters, you have my congratulations.
Poster one, please come back here and tell me how that drama with With your bf babymama went down. Did you tease her about the nudes like I advised?

Chidinma Gift said...

Thank God for you both

Chidinma Gift said...

Thank God for you skin tidewater both

BEDS AND ROSES said...

You are supposed to be awake during CS? Tell me smthn.
All d CS Iv seen ppl do they are fully awake, but whatever meds they give you, u can't feel nothing below, your lower body and legs are dead.
I hail naija, they are putting people to sleep during CS.

Anonymous said...

Stella, sometimes you ask questions like a fool.
How can you say you didn't know ceaserean sections were carried out under general anesthesia?
Oh bitch pls. You left Naija when? Ten years ago?

Mrs anonymous said...

Beds and roses,Most people I know who had CS were awake during the procedure.So it's not all naija u should hail

Anonymous said...

Bed and Roses sharp.
When I had my CS it was done under general anesthesia.
I was knocked out completely because spinal epidural refused to work. I didn't go numb so I had to sleep.
So there are cases when it's necessary.

stella dimokokorkus said...

ANON 7:13 YOU ARE THE ONE WHO IS A FOOOOOL...I HAD CS AND I WAS AWAKE ALL THE TIMES I HAD CS and i was told it is dangerous to put one to sleep cos most never come back.....fool

Anonymous said...

STELLA I HAVE TOLD YOU SEVERAL TIMES TO DELETE OMUGWO AND WEDDING NIGHT CHRONICLES INSTEAD YOU WENT TO ADD THIS LABOUR ROOM RUBBISH. GOOD FOR YOU IF THEY ABUSE YOU. YOU BROUGHT IN ANT INFESTED WOOD TO YOUR HOME AND YOU COMPLAIN OF TERMITE BITE. SHIOOOOR

MrsB said...

Lmao. Calm down na. She said the Catheter not anaesthesia and yes, in some cases the mother is put to sleep during a c-section.

MrsB said...

Stop jo

ify onyekwelu said...

HaaahaaahaaahaaaHaaahaaahaaahaaa! I pain you no be small! Amebooooooo!
Chai!@ the 1st poster, even the 'toughest' mom, usually mellows down once they see their cute grandchild regardless of the circumstances of the birth.
LMAO @ the 2nd poster, where she wrote how the hubby was crying that nothing should happen to someone's child 'wife'. May God continue to bless our homes. Amen.

Anonymous said...

Thank you all for sending in your Labor room stories. Really helps those of us that are expecting or FTM

magicann said...

Stella koko kenan, don't mind all these foolish people.

cathy said...

Stella abeg follow show us the pix na, make we oouu and awww now lol

Isolde Fontaine said...

Stella don vex! dont mind the anon pls

Dr Chy! said...

Stella! Emergency CS r mostly done undr GA,no time for a spinal anaesthesia. Time is the major factor. GA is Faster!

Anonymous said...

AmenπŸ™

Anonymous said...

World people/ monitoring spirits looking for fault where there is none. , I can't blame them for hiding their baby pic

Rosie and kids said...

so true! Till they are about six months or more.

Rosie and kids said...

Thank God for your life. I had preeclampsia in all three pregnancies and all went unnoticed. The first was a stillbirth, and I had an emergency CD in the second and elective in the third. My life and children's life are a testimony. SDK I will send my testimony one day for those who don't believe that God is a miracle worker.#tearsofjoyflowingasitype#

Anonymous said...

Amen thanks

Anonymous said...

With my first child , I wasn't aware / awake during the procedure, but with my second I was awake and I was just looking at the time until they finished, of course I wa numb from tummy down, couldn't feel my legs! Lol

Yemi7up said...

It use to be very risky 80s and even 90s in Nigeria. People dying as a result off not waking up after operation or forgetting things in womb carelessly so don't blame the mother and grand mother crying. The society at large need reorientation that its safer now and one need not sleep while they are at it.

AB said...

I can't get Nigerians disdain and morbid fear of CS! It's another procedure for childbirth, why do people wail when asked to do CS? It's actually saves life....vaginal birth is a huge contributory factor to infant mortality..
Where I come from, women actually opt for elective CS because really no time and the saying about 'too posh to push' holds true..
I mean who wants to go thru all that stress of vaginal birth coupled with episiotomy or so... Isn't 9months hard enough?
And if an idiot is going to devalue my worth as a mother because I opted for CS instead of vaginal birth, then this person is a bigger fool...
All the women I know or have come across have done it thru CS and their snapback game is as tight as the vaginal birth mother...
I mean it's all about you..how determined you are...
PS: it is advisable that women are not made to sleep during CS... their upper body is just numbed and they should see the process all thru ( I mean that's how they do it here)
For reasons as a mother not waking up after the procedure and again for her to see the child to avoid stories that touch

Anonymous said...

You are so mean! Has life really been fair to you?

Anonymous said...

A woman can be put to sleep depending on her condition. But most hospitals don't do general anaesthesia.

Anonymous said...

It is not illiteracy. Nor mind dem, na the bill dem de fear. CS cost na

better pikin said...

Poster 2 those are same reasons for my CS about 8wks ago. In my own case I was reluctant because I was thinking of the cost as the money was non-existence thank God for my hubby who was quick to take action as now I won't trade my son(King D) for anything.

Anonymous said...

Ooops. That was cruel. Hehehe

Anonymous said...

Agbaya see as u stooped low to reply. No regards. Dey fight ur readers on their opinions. Bitch

Anonymous said...

Emergency c-sections are done under general anesthesia. 30 seconds and you are fast asleep. Scheduled or urgent (NOT the same as emergency) c-sections are usually performed with an epidural which can take upto 15mind or more including prep time. So there are definitely situations when a mother is put to sleep during a c-section- happens everyday.

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lovetoloveu said...

An in law died on Saturday morning just because she was trying to avoid cs.she was booked for Tues 20th but took off to these native massagers who massaged her system into confusion on Saturday. Without her husband's knowledge. She managed to call him when everything went south.by the next morning she was gone leaving behind two kids.

DDC-Cakes n More said...

I had an emergency c-section and I wasn't placed under general anaesthesia...

DDC-Cakes n More said...

And the only way you could pass your message across was by being nasty? ��

Miss Wande said...

Lolz..so true sha! Never tot about dat.

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