This story is simple but gave me goosebumps!!..My goodness!
Hope my story makes it to LRD. I am a faithful reader of your blog, hope I've sent this in correctly.Please hide my email address all friends read your blog.
Got pregnant 3 months for my 1st baby 3 months after wedding, and hubby decided I would have the baby in the abroad.
Found out I was carrying twins and started bleeding by the 6th week. To cut story short miscarried one of the twins and was forced to be on bedrest and placed on drugs to avoid miscarrying the remaining baby. God was faithful and from 2nd trimester pregnancy was stress free.
Fast forward to 39th week appointment my BP was pretty high and doctor decided on induction immediately. So went to hospital to be induced. The tablets were inserted and later drip followed but no contractions. Meanwhile my BP was still rising. So was scheduled for CS next day if situation remained the same. Was really scared mostly because of the bills.
Life is what matters so was just praying, called my pastor in Nigeria to pray with me. God was faithful by evening before the day of CS labor started, in less than 1hr 30 mins was fully dilated. Was alone when I felt the urge to poo by the time I got to the toilet felt this was no ordinary poo so rang for the nurse. When they came in baby was already crowning so the delivery table was brought in and 3 pushes later baby was out.
The midwife wrongly took the tear to be 2nd degree, while it was a 4th degree tear. While in recovery I started bleeding uncontrollably, had to be rushed to the operating room and put under full anaesthesia so the tear could be repaired. Received 2 pints of blood after the repair.
Sorry for the long story, but all the pain goes away once you hold that baby in your arms. It's been 2 years and I have another baby. Hope to send in that LRD soon.
*Hold it!.....you had 4th degree tear?JESUS CHRIST OF NAZARETH!!!...
WHAT!!!...how?how??????? OMG OMG OMG *going hysterical with side eyes at Toke*