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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Labour Room Drama - 78

Now this is drama!!!





Good day Stella of life
It's been ages, I read your labour room drama and I was amused, amused because mine was over the roof compared to theirs.

I was 39weeks when I started noticing labour signs with bloating of my tummy,spotting and irregular movement of my angel,I was still reluctant to go to the hospital thinking,lemme see water break first. 


The next day was my antenatal, my doctor checked me abi fingered me and recommended inducing because of my complaint and I was not dilated yet. He told me to come in the evening the next day......next day hubby drove me to the hospital only to meet the student doctor again,not ready to be fingered by him again I requested to see the MD.

 The MD was informed and he said he had closed for the night and can't see me and referred me to the student doctor. Imagine!!!


A woman in labour with complaints, I had already rejected the student doctor so I opted to go home and come back the next day. When we got home as a first time mom I was scared, I confided in one of my neighbour and she called a midwife in one of the health centre around who asked me to come over to the health centre, when we got there she touched my tummy and immediately started administering drugs, two under my tongue and one injection like that. 

Haaaaaa!

In no time my drama started, first of all I was forming James bond by asking for a plastic chair but the nurses directed me to go and sit on a wooden platform, immediately I sat down.....see hot slimy water gushing out of my vagina,i called hubby's attention and he called the nurse, one of them started singing for me..ahhh! You never start...come into the labour room jor......I dey there when you dey do? Better commot all that cloth find wrapper tie ohhh. 

I didn't even mind her, they took me into the labour room and wore long gloves and started inserting hands into my vagina while pushing my tummy, I no dilate. More drugs where given to me with hot drip by then my ordeal started.....stand up...mba.....sit down.....for where.....lie down.........that one na punishment. That was how my tummy will bloat in pains for 2 minutes and then subside for 3 minutes....ohhh God I was constantly peeing n wanting to poopoo but no poopoo. From 11pm the previous night to the next day na sooo.
The midwife was constantly checking me but no show, she even carried Bible into the labour room and started praying with me, I was bleeding, hubby started questioning her if she knows what she's doing,if there's need to operate or refer me,she answered that if it gets to that stage,she will let us know. Lord!


I was screaming for death,the pain cannot be described. I was shouting the health centre down, TV I no fit watch, food I no fit eat. Finally after series of checking around 4pm the next day I shouted...hot poopoo ohhhhh. The nurses exclaimed thank God, poopoo there! 


They rushed me and she advised me to push once so she won't tear me,with one push my angel came out but the look on their faces changed, my hubby ran away from the labour room, they thought she was dead but I thought differently, they beat her, carried her up, she was green and going black. I looked at her and said you must live!

They set her on a table beside me and started cleaning her and clearing her nostrils, the midwife ordered them to close all windows and switch off the AC. 

They had already given up when my angel let out a loud cry, my hubby rushed in and like a miracle the nurses started jubilating, with some pinching her saying so you want to give us headache...coconut head.
Left the hospital a day later after observations and my angel was declared fit as a fiddle!


OH GOD...See me crying reading the end part..You Scared me.

Congrats



71 comments:

  1. Eyaaaaa God be praised








    *hangs leg on the cupboard*

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  2. Hian @ pinching her. So uncouth

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    1. Abeg the pinch is needed at this 'yunction' o

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    2. See did 1 o, so u prefer d baby 2 die rather Dan been pinched? If u've entered a delivery room,u won't complain,whatever can b done 2 save d child's life is done

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  3. Thank God for your testimony but next time you shouldn't have left that first hospital cause of the student nurse because all this midwife are something else sometimes. We bless God for a safe delivery

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    1. A qualified midwife is better than a student doctor in child delivery.

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    2. Ode who told u that a midwife cant conduct a normal delivery ignorant woman, that's her area of speciality.

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    3. @Triumphant and Amacastel, that midwife the poster talked about is not qualified at all if she actually did those things up there. How can she give a fundal pressure when the cervix never dilate? Am a qualified midwife and am ashamed at the things that midwife did.

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    4. White berry please I take God beg you...smash your phone already.

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    5. There's nothing like student doctor, it's either they r medical students or house/medical officers or resident doctors in training cos almost no MD wld leave their hospital for a medical student who I suppose is been referred to as a student doctor. That said, midwives can definitely take delivery but it's safer to have he doctor there cos of complications that may occur. This woman is very lucky cos obviously that child was asphyxiated and it could have been worse so madam next time don't leave a hospital where u have doctors and nurses and go to a "birth house" with only midwives... very risky

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  4. Poster o stupid gan! Very daft somebody, how in heavens name will you go to a health center to birth when you are registered in another hospital? I feel like flogging you. Not even general hospital, health center? You're lucky that child lived if not your husband would have told you word. Stupid girl*tongue click*

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    1. Someone sent her story. She didn't offend you but you've started throwing abuses. Some of you on this blog are just trouble from the soul. Peak. It's in you.

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    2. Health center is not for first time mothers, they will refer you to general Hospital because of complications like this. Iam so happy for you,

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  5. Ha scary ooo thank God baby is alive.

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  6. Thank God o,labour room is a scary place to be...

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  7. Awwww... thank God for the beautiful end.
    Congratulations on your baby girl!

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  8. Wow.. what a story. Abeg first time mom's mk una dey try birth una pikin for hospital naaa.. health center isn't for everybody.

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  9. God I was scared towards the end. Thank God for safe delivery

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  10. wow,women dey trt oo its no easy atall

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  11. ThankGod it didn't get to that stage cos delay is dangerous as they say, and thankGod ur baby is fine.

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  12. I got worried at some point. Thank God for safe delivery.

    this na better drama.

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  13. Madam thank God for safe delivery but next time stay in a proper hospital health is wealth

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  14. oh Lord I got so scared towards d end part, my heart started beating fast. I'm happy for you ma'am. lol I'm still trying to imagine wah was going on in your Hubby's mind

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  15. I was scared



    Thank God for everything

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  16. Awww. Wonderful story. The Lord is good all the time. That fingering part got me laughing. Kikikikikiki

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  17. Thank God for safe delivery, congratulations

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  18. haahahaha doctor finger you. you funny

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  19. wow.....
    meanwhile vote Stellalicious for NWAAWARD.eg
    To vote send Nominee’s name and the category eg. Stella Dimo Korkus, Blogger of the year to
    nwaawards@gmail.com . Voting ends on the 4 th of November 2016.

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  20. Oh I loved d part where u spoke life into her...God is great

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  21. Thank God for the miracle that brought back the baby to life.

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  22. OMG! This story scared me and at the same time uplifted my spiri, God is wonderfullllllll

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  23. You took risk oooo,u played wit ur life & d baby's.pls next time,once u notice anytin straight 2 hosp cuz dats how my huby's cousin died wit her pregy dat was almost due last 2wks cus of negligence & carelessness after waiting for 7 good years.she was having constant headache but didn't take it serious ,even wen dey took her file 2 d Dr,she refuse 2 see d Dr.On her next appointment ,as she was going 2 d Dr's office,she slumped & dat was d end.She was just 33yrs & Sat is her burial.Pregy women shud be careful

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    1. Eeeeeeewooooo! @ Onyinye Quincy, I si gini? Haa ekwensu bu onye asi!
      Haaai! Too tragic and painful.
      Haaai! May God give us wisdom ooooo! Naaawaaoo! Sorry for your loss. Just speechless....!

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    2. Do u kne how many deliveries being conducted by midwives in health centers ,even in ur so called hospital is still the midwife dt will deliver ur baby a gynea comes in wen there is any obstetric emergency. Midwives are trained to conduct delivery pls they are professionals in what they do at list they won't abuse their patients by "fingering" them cos there is a difference btw vaginal examination & fingering biko.

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    3. @Amacastel, What do you mean fingering? Are there no nurses and midwives in the said hospital? Why call they MD since he is a male? Won't he still "finger" her? abeg shift..The poster took risk no two ways about that and she is lucky her baby survived.

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    4. So sorry Onyinye.
      She must have had eclampsia. Headaches might have been indication of HBP, chai
      It really saddens me to see women die from childbirth in this age and time..so many of them very avoidable deaths

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  24. You took risk oooo,u played wit ur life & d baby's.pls next time,once u notice anytin straight 2 hosp cuz dats how my huby's cousin died wit her pregy dat was almost due last 2wks cus of negligence & carelessness after waiting for 7 good years.she was having constant headache but didn't take it serious ,even wen dey took her file 2 d Dr,she refuse 2 see d Dr.On her next appointment ,as she was going 2 d Dr's office,she slumped & dat was d end.She was just 33yrs & Sat is her burial.Pregy women shud be careful

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    1. Congrats @ Poster. But you took a great risk. How can they give you fundal pressure when you are not fully dilated? And also from your write up, oxytocin was used excessively which is very wrong. Excessive uterine contraction is not good as it diminishes the flow of oxygen to the baby, and hence must have contributed to the birth asphyxia your baby had.

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    2. ... and that was how one pregnant woman came, post date ooh, placenta praevia and transverse line. She was counselled for Cs, she said "it's not her portion" and left the hospital. She visited a health centre and tried labour; only for her to come back the next day late at night bleeding.. I was so angry because it would have been avoided. She was now begging for the CS. Well, the fetal heart sound was absent After they signed the consent form and all, she was sectioned and a dead baby was delivered, she was very unstable, transfused 3 units of blood. She was nursed in ICU and thank God she made it. Some risks are not worth taking at all...

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  25. Poster may God's name be praise!I understand what you went through.BVS child birth no be here ooo.Anyways it always ends in praise.Stella I will soon send you mine.

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  26. Congrats super mom. Hope you are enjoying motherhood

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  27. Thank God, and so happy for you, on how it all ended.

    But all that "fingered me" parts... O gah o

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  28. P.S.

    Think there should be some kind of medical better term for it.

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  29. Glory be to God,please next time register with two different hospitals,you prolly went to a delivery home,na their way,lost a neighbor and the baby cos of this so called health center-delivery home.Congratulations .

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  30. Oh my God, thank God your baby is alive. So the doctor didn't call to know how you were doing? Na wao.

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  31. #You attract what you reflect. What you put out, is what you get. The better person you become, the better people will be attracted to you*

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  32. Me i have a question ooo,why is it that some babies cry immediately they come out and some don't untill they beat them or pinch them
    secondly,what is the effect if the baby refuse to cry?
    some please give me an answer

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    1. Babies do not cry immediately if they have birth asphyxia. This can be mild, moderate or severe, and it occurs as a result of decrease in oxygen to the baby. This usually occurs in prolonged labour. Hence the beating or pinching you say. Some babies even go as far as needing oxygen and some injections.

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    2. And also, if this asphyxia is so severe, after much resuscitation they baby cries but some go on to have some brain damage.

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    3. Some babies do not cry immediately after birth due to birth asphyxia (occurs when the brain is deprived of oxygen). This can be mild, moderate or severe. It occurs following prolonged labour. Hence the pinching and beating. Some go as far as needing oxygen and some injections.

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  33. I had same experienced twice, 2 of my children did not cry at birth too, but someone said it because of cold weather but I am still waiting for your answer

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  34. Thank God for you...but you took some risk o

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  35. Labour room story is scary, but nevertheless I will experience it soon and deliver like the Hebrew women


    Www.bolatitoblog.com

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  36. Thank God for the gift of life.
    Happy Birthday to Moi.

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