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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Labour Room Drama 211

Na wah...





I got married to the most amazing man and by the special grace of God i took in immediately.

I had the most wonderful pregnancy journey,less drama,no spitting,no vomiting,no sickness.my antenatal was amazing too.i have never seen such professionalism in a hospital.

fast forward to my Edd which was on the 12th of December,my baby wouldn't come,my doctor said he would induce me on the 22nd of December.By the special grace of God i went into labor on the 15th of December 12am,come see drama.i followed all the instructions my mum gave me for safe and quicker labor,none worked,none of those things work biko!.


I saw hell,i saw my ancestors too.At a point i threw away my wrapper and picked race inside the hospital stark naked shouting and screaming that i want CS,the security guards held me.my husband couldn't bear it anymore cos he was crying with me.He had to call my doctor,to come deliver me through Cesarean cos he doesn't want see me behaving like a mad woman again and also going through such pain.


My doctor got to the hospital,and told me my pelvic is more than OK to deliver normal so i should zero my mind from Cesarean and follow his instructions.i lay on the bed,he prayed for me and told me to push anytime i feel the painful contraction.i pushed the first time and the second time my baby girl came flying out of me with the placenta.Even though i was given a tear,the stitching was not painful at all cos i was given an injection so as not to feel the pain.


The doctor took time to stitch me himself and by the following day i was discharged.yes i saw hell,the pain was out of this world but when i look at my child,i bless God and thank Him cos she was worth every pain.when they placed her on my chest,i forgot all the pain and started imagining the kind of hairstyles and wears i will adorn her with.

I bless God for the wonderful Christmas present.it was worth every pain.

I am using myself as a point of contact to locate all women who are still TTC.
God would hear you! 

2018 is your year!

+Amen..I hope your ponyor has healed...Did you sit in hot water?

22 comments:

  1. Amen ooooo congrats dear..

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  2. Aww....babies are a thing of joy. My sis juz put to birth, first grandchild of my family, she made me an aunt. No be me born her oo but i can juz sit and stare at her the whole day, watching her play with herself, their baby smell nko? Kai, I love my som som

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    1. Labour pains no be here oh.


      Congratulations to your family @Emerald Queen

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  3. Congratulations!!!Abeg, what's the name of the hospital oh?

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    1. Good shepherd hospital Enugu.

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  4. God bless you and your baby. I tap into the stressless pregnancy o. Hubby says he can't wait for the to see his baby running around with his nephews and nieces

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  5. Amen, congratulations dear

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  6. Amen..congrats
    Hair and clothes.. Lol,my baby girls don suffer.πŸ˜‚

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  7. Lol Stella sitting on hot water I couldn't ooo cos I was told if u sit on hot water that it might melt the stuff. They use in stitching the cut. My doctor side I should just use comfort pad nd salt with Purit to clean my Vjay ooo. I feel my Vjay has expanded i'm scared of even having sex with my husband I keep telling him i've not healed completely. Congarts madam on the arrival of your baby.

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    1. Nne you don't sit on 'hot' water but on 'warm' water with salt. Purit bawo? Na wao

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    2. Pls try sit on the vapour of warm water, u shld add salt and dettol to it. It will help heal ur stitch and ensure infection doesnt come near it. Also do ur kegals when seating down or brstfeeding. Enjoy omugwo.

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  8. Congratulations 🍾🎈🎊
    Joy of motherhood can't be equated

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  9. Congrats poster. Hot water will heal the ponyor faster and reshape it join.

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    1. Warm with salt ont hot water biko

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  10. Stella, these days mothers that give birth don't sit in hot water if not the hot water would melt the stitches. The nurses told me to sit in lukewarm water and a little salt in the mornings to prevent the area from getting infections.

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  11. but why our mothers those days no dey get tear

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