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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Labour Room Drama 112.

Are you kidding me poster?..Are you serious?



I have three kids. I was sick throughout their pregnancies. I mean from day 1 until I put to bed. I won't be able to sleep or eat. I vomit every morning and I will vomit blood as well since their was nothing in the stomach. 

Back to the labour room drama, it was only my last baby's birth that was uneventful. My first baby, I wasn't having contractions or anything, I just saw the show and since it was the first time and given how difficult the pregnancy was, we decided to go to the hospital this was around 10. 30 pm.

 We got to the hospital around 11 pm. The nurse on duty was no where in sight, this is an air force hospital. My husband was fuming, he was very angry. The nurse was finally located and she came strolling in and murmuring on how they were disturbing her that someone wanted to give birth that she (i.e. I) should give birth now. 


My angry husband exchanged angry words with her, she brought the anger to the labour room and I was just standing calmly no pain or anything. The nurse was like first time birth that would take time and they are disturbing her the woman is not even in labour. I proceeded to remove my pant as she wanted to check, she was wearing her gloves, I was still standing when I just heard "boom", the cleaner in the ward just rushed to me, removed her wrapper and blocked something I was wondering what was happening, the cleaner just shouted at the nurse that the baby is out. 


The nurse turned back shocked and started apologizing. Gently eased me onto the bed and cut the cord. The nurse was apologizing that she's sure I started labour since but refused to come to the hospital. The only painful part was when my vagina was sewn up. I cried and because the baby forced itself out, it gave me irregular tears. All these was under fifteen minutes.


 My second baby's was similar, no labour went to the hospital after show but from the car I felt the baby trying to push out, we got to the hospital they took me to labour, I was telling them take me to the delivery room they refused that they had to check I was on the bed waiting to be checked and the baby just popped out the nurse screamed. 

The painful part as usual was the sewing part has I had tears again. I was cleaned up, the baby was cleaned up and we were taken to recovery. About one hour later a curfew was enforced in Jos and all patients had to be discharged. 

There was road blockage and no movement. Hmmm. My husband went home to bring food, he couldn't get back to me. Stella, no car, no transportation nothing. Had to strap my 1 hour old baby to my back even as I couldn't stand properly talk more of walking, I don't know where the strength came from. I walked for 1 hour 45 minutes to get home. Thinking back at that time, I give all glory to God. The first girl is 10 now and the boy is 7.
BV Mama'na






64 comments:

  1. Wow, thank God for you. What a testimony.
    Kratos

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    1. I got goosebumps reading this LRD

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    2. Choi! Oghene! Na wa o. So easy for u poster. Thank God o.

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    3. Nne Congrats !
      This is nothing but a supernatural delivery of both kids.

      You are among the lucky few women who don't feel a single pang of pain during labour.


      I have a friend like that she even almost delivered on the floor of doctor's office, the had to lift her to the bed.

      Thanks God for His strength to you.
      #iCanDoAllThingsThroughCHRIST

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    4. Huh? The baby pops out ke? Let me out tinz.

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    5. She has what is called precipitate labour is an abnormality in midwifery cause it can cause post partum hemorrhage, rupture of the uterus, normal she shld be admitted on the 37 weeks of pregnancy.

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    1. Thank God for you..still finding it difficult to believe oo. So you stood and baby just dropped?.where your legs opened or closed. Kai, you are blessed oo . 2nd baby kuma, backing a 1 hour old baby... the Lord is good

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    2. Wow you are blessed maam.. I decree that your children will be a source of joy to you.
      I key into this supernatural childbirth

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  3. It can only be God who made things possible n easy in his way. You re really a strong woman

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  4. Waooooo, I pray for this painless delivery but not your uneventful pregnant period lol. A new mum walking with her baby for close to 2hrs, I really pity you, God bless your kids for you madam




    *Larry was here*

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  5. If you practice anal sex you might have destroyed a muscle that is supposed to aid contractions and show you're in labour ,that is why you don't feel anything or are even aware till the baby does a free fall outta you.

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    1. Lol,Anon you can't be serious abeg

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    2. Hahahahahaha..Anon 12:39 are u.for real? Lol,can't be serious.
      Congrats dear


      Says.fab mee

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    3. Awwwww!thank God for the Grace.

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    4. Oya o,le boo come and do anal o and destroy everything responsible for contractions so babies can be falling and popping out painless! #oluwaAnswerMyCall

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    5. So the Hebrew women practised anal sex as well..omo shut up if you don't ve better things to say..

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    6. Don't do it dear..it's poo that will be falling out freely o

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    7. What is this with the Hebrew women you guys are always talking about you need to go and read the bible well.

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  6. *standing ovation* wow madam u re the Hebrew woman i have been reading about... *u be real strong girl... cant wait to share my lrd, abeg February should come already....

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  7. Good LORD
    May your name be praised
    It can only be your work
    Cheers Poster

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  8. You gotta be kidding me!! But I don't doubt u,heard similar stories be4,God is great indeed! Love u Stella

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  9. Jesus.. I follow u open mouth. I thank God for your life and family.

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  10. Thank God ur baby didn't reach the ground. Declaring curfew all of a sudden.u really risked it, but I don't think any hospital shld force patients out that very day na? Why is urs different.even if its a 24hrs curfew. When I think of the after-pain of stitching ehn,it just can't be explained

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  11. Wow! This your story is something else ooo. Indeed you are a strong woman, thank God you conquered them all.

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  12. Wow! poster, are u serious? Congratulations.

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  13. Woow!!! You walked for 1hour 45mins after giving birth like an hour earlier? With fresh stitches and all? Wow!
    This can only be God's grace.
    Wow!

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    1. Very strong lady oooo!
      Thank God I've never experienced this tear in my two pregnancies.
      Bikoo Chukwu don't wanna have tear, when I'm ready to birth my son, Amen.

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  14. Wow!!!!..... Thank God for you o poster.

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  15. Are u serious? This is Hebrew women delivery. Thank God for your life poster.

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  16. Jesus!....... i thank God for you.

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  17. Jesus!....... i thank God for you.

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  18. Thank God for your life madam. I can't wait to share mine o

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  19. Wow! This drama free delivery.... I can wait to read about twins and triplets...

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  20. Hallelujah! God is indeed faithful.

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  21. Oh my God! This is shocking
    All thanks to God

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  22. Some women are just blessed with no pains during labor,my sis in law is one of them,3 kids too and her delivery is always amazing!Poster,you are one strong woman walking immediately after delivery,God bless and keep ur babies for you.If I am lucky to have painless labor,I go born plenty oh

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  23. Lol. Why is everyone saying I'm strong and comparing me to Hebrew women. I just think it was God's way of compensating me after the difficult pregnancies. Someone said anal sex is the reason I didn't have contractions. Lol are you in d oza room with me? The curfew part, people please pray you never experience war o. I think I should send in my Jo's crisis experience one of these days. We had to relocate. Stella darling, I thought you didn't get my story. My colleague in the office introduced me to your blog. She was reading LRD one day at the off if and screaming. I asked her what's up and she showed me the story. I proceeded to narrate my story in d office. She begged me to share this was almost two months back. The day I finally sent it she was on my case. My email was bouncing the story back so she gave me her phone to use. Jemi hope you will let me rest. Stella done post.

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    1. People are reacting this way cos it is rare.
      A lot of women had difficult pregnancies and terrible birth experiences.
      Yours is out of this world.🙌🙌

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    2. This was how my mum gave birth to me,the nurses were laughing @her when she told them that she was on labour when i just popped out,the nurses called me "omere ebere"that how i got my name "Ebere"

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  24. if you could walk to the house why didn't your husband walk to you? My Gosh! I am angry and happy at the same time by your story. God bless you and yours. I lived in Jos and i was stranded once. I got carried away where i was close to the time for curfew. I slept in the car! I relocated to Abuja after that experience. I miss that town and i have not gone back!

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  25. Stella I will soon send my labour room dramas ...basically una go laugh Koloa

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  26. Madam, double twale for trekking with d baby. Fear no go gree me back 1hr born baby. Bt den one never knows wat she can do in terms of war. It can only be God's grace cos d risks r plenty.

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  27. Correct example of a typical Hebrew woman...I hail o

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  28. Madam, double twale for trekking with a 1hr born baby strapped to ur back. Fear no for gree me back d baby. Bt den again, we never know what we can do in times of war. It was indeed God's grace cos d risks r many.

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  29. Madam u b super woman o.God is great biko.

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  30. Madam, my eyeball comot for socket dey bounce

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  31. Madam, sannu da kokari. May God continue to strengthen you

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  32. Singing... stand up for the champion. Madam u belong to the category of people that God promised " I will show mercy to whom I will show mercy"... father show me mercy.

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  33. O my God... Women eh! The way God Fashioned us is amazing

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  34. Is the LRD folder so full? Stells post mine now haba

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  35. thinking of aborting, got pregnant 2month after my delivery.feeling weak and tired please house advice me on what to do.

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