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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Labour Room Drama 251

It is not as easy as it sounds!!!






Hi Stella and fellow BVs, I've been a BV for 5 years now but I hardly comment. I usually look forward to writing my own LRD lol and here I am.


I got married 2 years ago and became preg few months after. I studied in Enugu but live in Onitsha with hubby, so my ante-natal was both places.

2 weeks before my EDD I took permission from school to travel 
and give birth(told HOD I'll only come to write exam but won't be able to attend lectures) 

You see, I thought I'll be among those who give birth before EDD but I wasn't that lucky. I passed my EDD yet nothing happened 
and exam was fast approaching, so I decided to go back to Enugu to write my exam and also give birth there.


Exam was supposed to start on Mon, so I left for Enugu on Friday. While in the car(on my way to school) I was feeling small pain on my waist but I thought it's normal pain, I didn't know it's contraction lol.


Immediately I reached Enugu, I registered in a hospital close to school just in case labour starts in class or anywhere. When the Dr saw my file he scanned me 
and told me that I was due for delivery. He did membrane sweep and told me to go and get my delivery bag. I laughed and left the hospital. It was funny because I stayed in Onitsha for 3 weeks and the baby refused to come out, so how will the baby come today that I left Onitsha? Lol


Anyway, I went home and called my elder sister who also lives in Enough to come 
and stay with me. We were still packing delivery bag when the contraction increased. I tried enduring it till 10pm, then we left for hospital. I was told I was 4cm. For my mind if I can endure till 4cm then I can do it, lol.


My fellow Bvs the pain kept on increasing that I didn't even know when it clocked 12am. I thought I was gonna die but death was soooo far away. I wanted to suggest CS but if I remember the money involved 
and how far I've gone, I'll encourage myself.


Unlike others who felt relieved when their waist was massaged,mine was different. The more my sister massaged It the more I feel fire, I just told her to stop, lol. Whenever contraction hit me I'll grab her top, or bra. I even hit the hospital wall lol. Hub was on phone telling me sorry & listening to everything.


I kept on telling the Dr to give me tear instead of the baby giving me tear (cos I heard it's worst when the baby gives it). I told him I'll never forgive him if the baby gives me tear


At 1:10am I had my baby girl. She's the cutest baby I've ever seen.


I was discharged the next day cos of my exam, & I wrote all my exam. BTW I made it without any carryover


PS. Child birth isn't easy in 9ja, I had a bad experience with the Dr. He was rude & always yelling at me to shut up whenever contraction hit me. I pray my 2nd child will be born abroad, lol

*Congrats!!!!

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    1. Congratulations. You guys could try to read tips for labor online. Screaming and all those things make it worse. Try breathing exercises

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    2. Easier said than done busybee.

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  2. Congratulations. And you made all your papers!!!

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  3. Eeya Pele iya mi. It's well, congratulobia.

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  4. Congratulations.we are almost in d same shoes and I made all my papers too and eventually went to serve that same year too.God bless ur baby

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  5. Happy Sunday beevee's. I'm a first time mum nd I'm 6 months gone,so far with wat I have seen and read about I'm somehow scared nd worried,don't know if I should choose normal delivery or elective CS,cos of that long labour hours,cutting of the vaginal etc..money isn't the issue here but are my worries normal as a first time mum because I'm even confused myself,Stella and experienced mothers in the house that has gone through both process and the healing period please enlighten me as I have just been thinking about this on my own.Thank you.

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    1. Just seeing this Mama. Your worries are totally normal, just relax and keep praying. As long as there isn't any complication, go for the vaginal delivery and God will help you. I was also very scared some months ago but God helped me, My baby is six months old. God will make it easy for you ,Pele.

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  6. Congratulations on your safe delivery and passing your papers. I am in my first trimester and I'm supposed to be studying for exams but to be sincere, pregnancy is kicking my butt right now. I no dey get myself at all, my body just scatter. How do you people do it?

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    1. My dear am on this table with you, I wonder how pipo do it! Nothing stays in my mouth, am tired of vomiting. But we will be fine by God's Grace

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  7. A huge congratulations to you Sweetheart. You are so blessed to have gotten your PhD now:
    Picking
    Husband
    Degree
    PhD.
    Congrats once again. Just dont mind your Dr. May the baby bring so much joy and gladness to your Home in Jesus Name-Amen!

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  8. The doctor is very stupid. You should sue him

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  9. Congrats NNE, where do these rude doc and nurses get trained? Imagine screaming at a woman in labour. Mschwww

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  10. Happy Sunday beevee's. I'm a first time mum nd I'm 6 months gone,so far with wat I have seen and read about I'm somehow scared nd worried,don't know if I should choose normal delivery or elective CS,cos of that long labour hours,cutting of the vaginal etc..money isn't the issue here but are my worries normal as a first time mum because I'm even confused myself,Stella and experienced mothers in the house that has gone through both process and the healing period please enlighten me as I have just been thinking about this on my own.Thank you.

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    1. Labour and delivery is not always long for everybody. Exercise well, take long walks even if it s just walking up n down in ur compound. Do sit ups, 'catch d ball'n eat light but healthy. Above all, pray for God's grace to experience short and easy labour. Ask God exactly as you want it. My first baby, I was induced, labour lasted 5hrs. 2nd baby, I did all d above, labour lasted like 1hr between leaving work, getting to labour room n delivery. Wish u same delivery in Jesus Name.

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    2. my induce labour lasted for 12 solid hours....mehn I see shege

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  11. Congrats dear. These kind of Drs that behave rudely to women in labour, I wonder where they where trained!

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  12. Congratulations.even some nurses are very rude too.

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  13. Congrats my dear, don't mind that doctor

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  14. Abroad can be Yemen where hospital no deh. So call the exact country if you belief in self fulfilling prophecy...congrats and thank God for safe delivery. See you in the American labor room for next baby

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  15. I see myself in America labor room with my twins boys soonest less than a year in Jesus name

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  16. Congratulations, I hope to share mine soon

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