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Sunday, September 04, 2016

Labour Room Drama - 3 And 4

When you are in labour no shakara oh....






LRD STORY 3

Dear Stella,

Lemme cut the chase and tell you my labour chronicles. I am a first time mom and I had my beautiful baby on the 27th of may 2016. A week after my due date , my doctor said I should come in so I could be induced. Stella I prayed and fasted that the baby should come itself because I heard induction was painful but for where.

The doctor started by doing a cervical ripening for me...Stella that was the beginning of my labour story. The cervical ripening is something else ..the pain I felt under there eh....

 Thursday morning nothing was happening, no pain no contraction nothing. The inducement proper started , I knew the definition of pain....me that is always forming strong lady, I started having contraction every one minute from 7pm Thursday.
Oga was there in the hospital with me, at first when the contraction hit me, Oga will help apply pressure to my back until Oga said he was tired and needed to rest. Na so Oga they play FIFA manager for his laptop. If you see the way I screamed at him ''am here having contraction you are playing FIFA manager''...the pain eh was out of the world.

At a point i felt like pooing, the matron said no oh Dont poo, poo on your bed I will clean it. Stella I screamed, shouted, sang sef anytime I had contraction.

Fast forward 3.43am on Friday which happens to be children's day i pushed my bundle of joy into this world and he is the cutest thing I have seen.
Did I tell you Oga was in the labour room with me and recorded all my push push.
My boy is 3 months now. I will sennd my omugwo chronicles soon
Tolu


What do you mean by Cervical ripening?were you injected down there?


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LRD STORY 5

I met my husband in 1998 and we dated till we tied the nuts in 2005. And I got pregnant that year. All through my pregnancy, I had this terrible leg pain that used to hook me. 

Well fast forward to the ninth month, 4 days to the deal day, I attended my niece' birth party and did most of the cooking and I danced so much that my hubby was complaining.  

On the day of my labour, I was just sitting down in my sitting room when I felt somehow. I just went to the bathroom and checked lo and behold, the show the nurses and doc talked about. I just called my hubby in the office and told him. 

He said I should go to the hospital. I got the hospital and the Dr said I was in labour, that I should go and bring my things. Note that by this time which was around 2pm, I was not feeling any pain yet. I got home, took my shower and called my bro in law and we went back to the hospital. 

When we got there by 4pm, I had started feeling slight pain. The nurses took me to the labour room. And one said I should undress and remove my pant! 


I was like ah ah, e never reach nau. I just refused. The nurse just spoke yoruba and told the other nurse to leave me alone, that when it is time I will be the one to remove it by myself. 

So the labour began. By 6pm, my dh had come and we were there in the labour room together. By 10pm, the pain had increased and i had removed  my top and left with only wrapper and my precious pant! 

By 11pm, the Dr came to check me and inserted his hands inside me! 

I screamed and used my leg to push him. He just looked at his nurse and my dh and said this woman is very stubborn!

By 1am I had become restless and I had just dilated 2to 3 cm. By 2am, I had removed my precious pant and was walking naked all over the labour room and the nurses and dh were busy carrying the drip all over for me. I was just hitting the wall of the labour room. 

At this time I was out of control. By ‎4am, my dh said he wants to rest, cos he would go to work the next day. As he was just calming me down, I just bit his back! Which kain rest? For where? 

By 5am, I had pinched one of the nurses and her skin was on my nails. 

By 7am, my mother in law had come and I was so weak at this time. I told her I want to sleep! She shouted for where? She started praying for me o. By after 9, the nurses took me to the delivery room by now I was so weak and terrified. 

I was told to push and I pushed and pusheded but nothing. Before I knew, enough tear. Hmm! At the end, I was able to push and my baby girl came out weighing 4kg! and all the pain left. Even when the Dr was suturing me, I didn't even feel any pain.
But for my other two boys, I had to bear the pain at home before going to the hospital.

There goes my labour room drama! It's been ten years now and I thank God for my life and family. Sorry for the epistle.




*Wow,you tore off your pants yourself as predicted..lol

I tasted five minutes of labour pain and my dear,HMMMMMM!!!!

God is awesome and there must be a reason women feel so much pain during labour!

I dont understand,maybe the Doctors can explain but i dont think its good to let a woman labour until she gets weak,why not CS if Labour is too long?



57 comments:

  1. Nice stories and drama, God bless you both




    *Larry was here*

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    1. Abeg what does dh stand for? I know its husband. But what do the letters stand for?

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    2. Dh means darling husband

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    3. Dear husband or dear hubby

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    4. It depends on the individual being referred.

      DH could mean
      Dear Husband or

      Dat H'ediot πŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜‚

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  2. Wow!...
    I heard that baby girls takes time to come out...
    Hmmmm...
    Nice one...

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    1. I cannot imagine myself pushing out any baby from my vagina. Hian oh..

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    2. Where do you want to push it out from?

      Your ears?

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    3. I know that you give blow job a lot so u can push it out of ur mouth.garbage in garbage out. Ewu gambia.

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  3. 1) Nice story! No extra spice at all lol. Safe delivery next time

    4) Hahahaha i laughed so much at your story. The nurses were right after all.. you tore the pants yourself. Thank God for you and your family

    Stella i don't think it's every woman that likes CS, especially if there's no case of emergency! And i'm sure the doctors would have operated on her right away if they found out the baby was weak inside the wound!

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    1. It looks like she didn't get anything for pain. Im not sure why cause there are lots of options

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  4. Yes, it's true. Baby girls takes time to come out becos, they prepare everything they need.

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    1. Lolz...cos the makeup needs to look flawless abi....?

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  5. This labour room drama always scares the hell outta me😑😑😑

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  6. Lmaooooo
    My aunt that was forming badoo and refusing to remove her jeggings,when it was time eh,she tore it with stunning strenght.

    Stellar,e dey bible o. After adam and eve ate the forbidden fruit and their eyes opened. The man will toil the land before he eats while the woman would go through pains before she brings forth her offsprings.
    God's word remains sure after all

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    1. Thank you,it can't be explained better.
      Eeermm,this delivery room brouhaha is giving me trauma oooh,making me to remember what I passed through

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    2. Don't border wearing pants when it's time to go to the hospital. A free short gown will do.

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  7. This chronicles are filled with so much laughter especially the woman with her precious pant. Stella the labour pains came as result of sin of Eve but grace of God will continue to sustain all women not to die of the labour pain.

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  8. God is indeed great, giving birth to another being like one.

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  9. Lmao!!@poster 2
    Hehehe@i removed my precious pant myself....
    You were such a tiger,I'm sure by the end of that day,every one was afraid of youπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    Wait,hubby was fiddling with his lap top?@poster 1. I hated seeing "happy" people doing "normal" things during my contractions. Like WTH!!!😳😳😳
    I cannot come and go and suffer alone ooh. Let's be in pain together if possibleπŸ˜‚

    God bless both posters.

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  10. Birthing a child scares me.....
    Lord knows I would do everything possible to have the most easiest birthing process ever.
    I can't deal abeg!!

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    1. Sweetie it doesn't work like that, if it did, I for one would chose that option.

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    2. Spanish Lantern it does. Whatever happened to epidural.

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  11. Reading these stories remind me of my labour story. The contraction pain and the feeling of doing number 2. Women are really strong. Nice...

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  12. ��������,@ precious pant

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  13. Cervical ripening is a process of helping the cervix to soften and dilate in preparation for labor, using drugs like misoprostol. I help rub women their backs during delivery because in my workplace, husbands are no allowed in the delivery room. Labour is painful mehn... I know il use epidural.

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  14. Edakun,Eskiss me house...I Dont think i want to be a reader of this Labour Room Drama biko...I Have Preggyphobia(Coined by moi)and cant bear any further torture psycologically(pregnancy wise;the one ma sis did to me yaff do)ema wa ba temije finally(dnt comma destroy ma pregnancy sense)coz i must born twinz...yall shu enjoy!

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    1. Poster ds feelss like I typed it..U re not alone o!

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  15. Thank God for safe delivery ooo many died during the process...

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  16. Thank God for safe delivery ooo many died during the process...

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  17. Poster who tore pant,are you jobless housewife?

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  18. I had contractions but it wasn't so painful, I'm a first time mum also. It was very easy for me.I had fear too but all thanks to the power of prayer and the book 'supernatural childbirth'

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    1. Pls shut the fuck up on this supernatural childbirth story! Just shut it!!

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  19. Edakun,Eskiss me house...I Dont think i want to be a reader of this Labour Room Drama biko...I Have PreggyPhobia already (Coined by moi)and cant bear any further torture psycologically(pregnancy wise;the one ma sis did to me yaff do)ema wa ba temije finally(dnt comma destroy ma pregnancy Sense)coz i must born twinz!Y'll shu enjoy!

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  20. Abeg CS all the way, can't deal.

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  21. Lol!

    Hilarious stories. Babe, you no carry the laptop keep one side for him? Inukwa akuko! We're in this together mbok! Lol!

    Chai, this second poster, you be ajabara o. Lwkmd! Bit your husband, kicked the doctor, pinched the nurse. Chai!

    'Nneka.'
    Mother is supreme.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  22. I never see wetin pain reach labour pain

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  23. Stella i won't be reading this your Labour room chronicle 'cos am 8months gone. I am contemplating a CS already cos am scared of all this things i hear about push.....push.... abeg i feel scared reading about it.

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  24. I will rather feel d pain of motherhood than cs,God forbid it for me and my generation, anyways am done giving birth.

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  25. Stella pls i don't think this is good. It puts the fear in some expectant mother. There is no fun in the labour room. It is a time of serious prayer. Not everything should be shared. Women have died in labour room. Some women have had still birth what does it profit to bring a reminder . I appeal that you reconsider. Thank u

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    1. Hmmm just as I remember my miscarriage.It is well

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    2. I've lost a pregnancy too but I love reading about what other women went through. God has given them the testimony of safe delivery, so they are sharing with us

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    3. I love the way made your concerns known. So mature and polite. You sound like a good person. Wish I could know you.

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  26. I remember the miscarriage I had some years ago pls Lord remember me again this year.

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    1. How about skipping the post? Pregnancy scares me so I doubt I will follow it as religiously as I follow WNB that being said, there are people especially expectant mothers that can learn from it.

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  27. @beeolah,what is God forbidding about CS?Is it a death sentence?its women like you that judge other women who give birth through CS.

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