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Monday, April 19, 2021

Labour Room Drama 303

Interesting Labour room drama.....








Hi Stella,


So where do I start?

According to my 12 weeks Ultrasound, my due date was on the 8th of February. I never had any hiccups with any of my tests or lab works during my pregnancy. No HBP, surprisingly to me, I even 'passed' all my blood tests. No bacterial or viral infections, std or otherwise. Lol. Passed my two hours Glucose test in flying colours sef.


When I clocked 30 weeks, time started moving really slow and it just felt like I had been pregnant forever and refused to end.

39 weeks appointment and my cervix was checked and in the words of the doctor, it was sealed tight. I was very disappointed as I was already reading stories from people already being 1cm or 2cm dilated at that point. Let me quickly digress.


I remember when the doctor wanted to check my cervix and because I had heard and read stories from people saying it was always painful, I started screaming really loud as the doctor was approaching me. She had not even touched me before I started screaming. You needed to see the look of shock on her face. Then I started laughing at my stupidity. The woman had to jokingly ask me how old I was.


Anyway, I was told to return on my due date if nothing happened before then and if there were still no contractions, I'd be induced on the 15th.


On the 8th, I left home very early while my husband was still sleeping because I knew that I was going to be back in no time as there was still no contractions. Getting to the hospital, they started running some tests and for the first time, I was told my BP was high and that my baby was measuring small. So they hooked me to a machine to monitor my BP for hours. During this period, my battery died as it was already evening by now.


All tests done, it was now time to meet the doctor and that was when she dropped the shocker.


"Nneka, you are staying with us tonight", she said.


"What??? How do you mean? I don't understand", I responded in shock.


So she explained to me that because my BP was high and I was already 40 weeks, they would keep me overnight to monitor my BP and if it's same by morning, then I'd have to be induced to get the baby out.


My head started spinning. I wasn't ready. I wasn't prepared. I had only eaten cereal (cornflakes) that morning and that was the only food in my system. My phone was dead, how will I contact my husband. Tears started welling up in my eyes.


I begged for charger or a way to contact my husband but no one could help. They said no one there had an iPhone charger or something like that. They gave me some ugly ass hospital gown to change into, oversize if i may add and gave me a bag to put all my belongings except my phone.


Then a nurse inserted a needle (for passing drip or whatever into me. I would go on to have this needle in my hand for over 48hrs) and then got me admitted and ushered me into the room where I would me spending the night. It was at this point I started crying and kept insisting I needed to speak to my husband before any other thing could be done with me.


The nurse eventually gave in and took me to the reception and then I used their phone to call my husband who stated that he had been trying desperately to reach me. In tears, I narrated everything to him and asked him to bring me food, charger, change of underwear and toothbrush. Then the nurse took the phone from me.


On our way back to the room, I was just weeping ( the reason??? I actually dunno. I just felt I was not ready and unprepared). The nurse tried to console me telling me I'm only having my child and it will be fine.


We got back to the room and they hooked me to the CTG machine to monitor my BP and fetal heartbeat. Such uncomfortable situation as I had to maintain a position so as not to move the wires attached to me.


My husband later came with food and all I asked for but he wasn’t allowed in (COVID wahala. He can only be allowed in after a negative COVID test and when I am in active labour, about 8cm dilated). They rejected the food stating that only hospital food was allowed, rejected the clothes as I had been condemning to the ugly ass hospital robe I was given, even pant dem no gree. They only collected the charger and toothbrush/paste and brought to me and then my husband left without seeing me.


The rest of the night was uneventful asides for me ringing the bell to go to the toilet to pee a thousand times (I always have to call for the nurse so they can detach the machine). I know I slept so little that night. I can remember the nurses urging me to try and get some sleep as I would be having a very long day the next day. 


Oh, I forgot to mention that they eventually brought dinner and to me it was like a horrible shit. Brought something like mashed fish that smelled like it wasn’t cooked plus soup and apple. I only ate the apple, meaning that in an entire day, I only ate cereal and apple. My husband and I video chatted for the better part of the night.


At past nine the next morning, a doctor and tons of nurses came into my room (if you have watched Greys Anatomy, picture Bailey walking into a room with her many interns, yea, that was how it looked). I was propped up and told to open my legs wide. And I’m not so gentle fashion, the doctor dipped her hands straight into my pussy with me screaming in pains. She was checking my cervix and in her words, my cervix was shut tight. So they inserted the first dose of cytotec inside my vagina at 9.25am to start the induction process. And that’s how my journey to delivery started.


Dramatic pause..........


I wasn’t given food that morning as I was told one is not allowed to eat once induction starts. They said it’s because there’s a chance it wouldn’t take and they may have to go CS route and it would be dangerous if food gets into ur lungs and bla bla bla.


Seven hours later, one of the students came to check if I was dilated but I was still firmly shut even though I was already having some mild contractions that were semi painful. At exactly 4:29pm, I was given the second dose of cytotec. I was told to let it melt under my tongue. Few minutes later, menstruation like pain started. It was still bearable tho. I needed to distract myself from the pain so I googled Yoruba worship songs on my phone and started playing and dancing while still connected to the machine (at this point, I didn’t care if the ctg was getting disconnected, I just needed a distraction. 



At that moment, the pain was still bearable, I wondered why people complained so much about the pain of induction when it was just this. I had no idea what I was in for and that this was just a tip of the iceberg.


A nurse came in as I was singing and dancing and I almost jumped right into bed so as not to be caught interfering with the machine but she told me to continue that it's actually good for me. So I continued.


Around 7pm or thereabout, the real pain started. The speed at which I stopped the music and almost flung my phone away ehn. I curled back into bed in a fetal position, writhing in pain. Then the screams started. I'm sure the whole maternity ward heard my voice. I was screaming and begging any nurse that came in to save me. I started asking for epidural. I was practically pleading and crying so much.


Around 8pm, a young woman came into my room and introduced herself as my nurse/midwife. Loveliest person I met in that hospital. She checked my cervix and saw that I was not dilated at all. She explained to me that since I wasn't dilated, it means I wasn't in active labour and couldn't be given epidural yet. I started crying ugly cry oh. She said she would give me pain relief via drip. I said OK. She put the first one. Nothing. I complained and she said she will give me something stronger, still nothing. I was in immense pain.


I would call my husband on video call in serious tears. The look on his face was whether to cry or to remain strong for me.


Let me fast forward this story abeg.


So at about 10pm, the nurse came again to check my cervix and I still wasn't dilated even 1cm. Men, I was in tears. I had been in intense pain for nothing. I didn't know what to do. I decided to forget about keeping delivery a secret until after the birth.


So I called our women leader in church. In tears I explained everything to her and told her I didn't know what to do anymore. I begged her to help me cos I was in a lot of pains and couldn't bear it anymore. I will never forget what she said to me. She told me to put my hands on my stomach and tell the baby that it is time and that she should start coming. I did as she said and then she prayed for me and promised to continue doing so. Then the call ended. The pain continued.


At about 12am or thereabout, she called me again and asked if there was any update. I told her they had not checked me since then. She told me to ask that they come check because she believes it has started happening. Not totally believing, I still called the nurse and asked her to come check. She checked and people of God, I was about 3cm dilated and my cervix was very soft.


She smiled at me as she gave me this info and added that since this meant I was now in active labour, I could now be given the epidural. Music to my ears. So she went and got the anesthesiologists (I think that's what they are called). She held on to me through contractions while I was being given the epidural. She spoke kind words, tried to take my mind off the pain. It was so sweet.


10 mins later, the pain had drastically reduced and then she told me to try and get some sleep. I called back the women leader and gave her the news but she advised me not to sleep so that I don't delay the birth further. She assured me she's convinced it would be over soon. I then called my husband and for the first time in a long while, I was finally smiling and gisting with him.


Shortly after, I needed to pee. So I went to the bathroom and while coming back, I felt this strong urge to poop. I honestly thought it was poop tho since at that time I was just about 5-6cm dilated. I sha didn't think I had the strength so I wobbled back to my room.


Because I was 6cm dilated, the nurse told me I could inform my husband to start coming because he would have to do a covid test and wait for about two hours for the result before he can be allowed to be at the delivery. Called my husband and told him that then he started prepping to come. I think this was around 1am or thereabout.


Nurse checked me again and said I was now about 8cm-9cm dilated but that the baby's head wasn't properly position and this may make the delivery process longer and more difficult. She then said she would teach me a position to stay in which would hopefully help the baby's head move into place. She suggested I get on all fours (you know, like a dog).


I took the position and almost immediately I felt this strong urge to poop. I knew then that my baby was coming. I told the nurse that I wanted to poop and she confirmed it was the baby coming but she told me to hang on so we could get to the delivery room.


'Catalina, this baby is coming now, I can't hold her in, pls let me push', I said.


'OK, we will do it here then. The cleaners are going to hate me but I will make it up to them', she said with a smile.


I was still on all fours and when I heard 'push', I gave it my all. On the first push, nothing happened. I took a short break and then went again. This time around, the head came close but wasn't fully out before I stopped but my dear Catalina held on to the head then she told me to give her just one final push. And on the third and very short push, at 1.37am, my Alex came flying out weighing 3.3kg (measuring small indeed )


The first thing that came to my mind was 'is that all', and she was like, yea, that's all.


Now time to get the placenta out. Let me digress a bit and say Nigerians can be quite dramatic. I've had a couple of people tell me that pushing out the placenta is even harder than pushing out the baby. I would discover that this is so false.


So I asked her if I should start pushing the placenta and she was confused. She explained to me that you don't push the placenta that it comes out on its own within 30 mins and if it's not totally out by then, she will assist by gently pulling the rest out.


So after Alex was out, the nurse that caught her asked if I wanted to hold her (Goo and all oh). I was like 'hell yea'. I remember a conversation I had with my friend where she asked me this particular question if I would like to hold her as soon as she's born for bonding and stuff. And I was like, Eeeeeeww. There's no way I'm holding her with all the gooey stuff that would come out with her. Who bonding hep?


I still have a picture of me holding her to my chest, fresh from my body. I'm never losing that picture for any reason. Lol.


Let me now fast forward the rest.


Placenta came out and I couldn't still reach my husband to tell him I had given birth. I Knew he was already at the hospital because I couldn't reach him. The hospital has very bad network reception. I was cleaned up and then moved to the recovery room with my baby.


Then my husband came. The smile on his face ehn. I'm sure at that moment he totally forgot he wasn't ready for a baby. He didnt get the covid test done but a nurse took pity and allowed him in before her boss resumed for duty. He was given only 10 mins to stay (covid wahala).

 Then I called my MIL. Let's not forget that no one, asides the lady from church knew I was already in labour. No one even knew I had been in the hospital for two days sef. Decided not to tell anyone cos I didn't want anyone worrying about me. Especially my mum. I was certain she wouldn't go to market to sell or even be able to do anything sef and since she can worry for Africa, i just didn't want to put her through the stress.


So I called my MIL. This was around 2.45am our time. My husband felt we should just wait till morning but knowing how she's been very active in my pregnancy journey, I figured I owed her that. She was so joyful. She said she was so scared when she saw my call at that time, thinking something had gone wrong with the pregnancy. She started singing songs of worship oh (naija mothers and drama ). After the call, I posted a video on my whatsapp status believing everyone would be asleep. I was going to inform my family in the morning.


Sent a whatsapp message with the picture of my baby to my younger sis in New Zealand (since their time was still noon or so). That one returned jokingly with an insult because she actually called me the day before while I was in the hospital asking about my due date and I still told her nothing.


Then, still within that period, my younger bro, our last born sent me a message on WhatsApp (forgot that one was a total midnight person, like midnight is usually his daytime) asking why I was posting a dancing video. Then I informed him with a picture as well. Specifically told him not to wake my parents up. For where!!!! Dude practically flew to their room. Then my parents called and of course, my mum started with song of worship and my dad joined in.


 After the call, my brother told me no one could go back to sleep anymore and my mum was just waiting for daylight to go and start informing neighbours. Lol (yea, let the woman have her joy). She even called her younger sis, my aunt, that midnight to inform her.


We stayed two more days at the hospital for check up before we were discharged. As usual, my husband was not allowed in and he would only come to give me food (I could never eat their meals, hence they had no choice but to allow him bring food).


I look at this girl and I tell myself 'babe, you did good, you did real good.




*Congrats babe..Really interesting labour room drama!

127 comments:

  1. OMG! This is freakishly long 🀦‍♀️🀦‍♀️🀦‍♀️

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    1. congratulations dear!

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    2. Your story is an interesting one. Congrats once again Eka Joy πŸ‘πŸ₯°πŸ₯‚πŸ˜˜πŸ˜πŸ‘ΌπŸ€±

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    3. I enjoyed it so much.
      You’re a great writer.

      You carried us along so well I felt I was in there with you.

      I can’t wait to give birth. Make I see Wetin una dey see πŸ˜‚

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    4. I believe this is your Lbd story Eka. Congratulations once more. I can't wait to experience mine. I have been ttc for the past 10yrs and I know that God will come through for me soon.

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    5. Lol,thank God for safe delivery.

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    6. Mma Cee, I was trying to pull a Castle oh but I kept boring myself out all the time. Took me forever to finish writing that.

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    7. Anon 14.01. We will be hear to read ur amazing testimony soon.

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    8. Anon 14:01 she wrote her name there, she wrote her baby's name as well. Immediately I started reading it, I knew she's the one.

      God bless your family dear. Wish I have the strength to type mine, but...... My baby will be one this week, might write in my LRD on his birthday sha




      *Larry was here*

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    9. Eka congratulations once again. Nice drama and thank God for showing up for up and your women leader.

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    10. Very interesting read. Thank God for safe delivery.

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    11. 14:01 I pray God grants you your heart's desires
      Congrats Eka very interesting read no wonder you have been taking your time to write it. It was very detailed
      Me too I didnt tell no one when I went into labour. Husband just sent everyone her picture

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    12. Its not....
      A lovely write up Eka.

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    13. Congratulations Eka. I smiled, got scared and laughed while reading it. Your baby will grow up and fulfill all God's plans concerning her. She will continue to bring joy to you.

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    14. Awwwwwwwww. I love the way you say "my Alex", congrats babe.

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    15. See me reading and smiling lol... congrats jorrr.

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    16. Detailed. Interesting. Worth the wait. Sweet. Beautiful.

      Congratulations to you and your entire family home and abroad. God bless Alex and may she always give and receive joy.

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    17. Wow!! What an experience. Congratulations Eka Joy. Motherhood rocks. God bless Us All. This year won't pass any TTC mum here in Jesus Name Amen

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    18. Awwww πŸ₯°I don't know but I felt at ease reading your LRD which I never thought I'll be able to read whenever you're ready to share considering the fact I have a phobia for birthing and knowing how dramatic you can be 🀣🀣😁

      But now I believe I can do it if our blog drama queen can do it, my moral don high... Thanks for sharing and congratulations, God bless baby Alex

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    19. Nne you try pass Castle 😊

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    20. Awwwwwwwwwww Nneka this is beautiful
      Very interesting write up, God will continue to strengthen you my darling, kisses to our baby Alex, baby was just waiting for Mummy to speak some words into her ears πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹

      I imagine myself in LRD with some white folks, I can not imagine the peting and smile they give while you are in pain 😘😘😘😘😘

      Love you babe, more grace

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    21. Congrats Ekachukwu

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    22. Congratulations.
      Blessings

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    23. Congrats Eka, may God bless baby Alex and your hubby.

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    24. It's a long and interesting read. Congratulations once again. Kisses to Alex 😘

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    25. Congrats dear, very interesting read

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  2. Yea very interesting. See me 😊

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  3. Awwww.. beautiful one. Kisses to Alex

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  4. Awwwnnnnnn..... Congratulations to you once again. May baby Alex bring so much joy and happiness to you and yours.

    See me shining my teeth like mumu.. You πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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  5. Congratulations mama Alex, I enjoyed every bit of your write up....

    God bless Alex and your family

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  6. What an interesting dramatic labour room experienceπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

    God bless you and yours.

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  7. Interesting read...congrats.

    About d placenta stuff, only a quack would advice a woman to "push" it.

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    1. Exactly. Nobody pushes placenta. It comes out on its own. It may be a prayer house or all those community untrained midwives that ask women to push out their own placenta.
      No Nigerian trained midwife in Nigeria will ask a woman that has delivered a baby to push out placenta. Is Not true.

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  8. Congratulations once again Eka Joy.
    Epidural is the real deal ohh. I will keep blessing God for the gift of science.

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  9. The vagina checking is truly not as painful as people make it seem,interesting read i must say.

    Congratulations mama Alex.

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    1. Mine was painful oh until I became dilated. I was screaming everytime they checked.

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    2. It is very painful. Nice one Eka, I truly enjoyed your story.

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  10. Very interesting, I could only imagine. Congrats once again Joy

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  11. Congrats once more Eka.
    I have hear that some women give birth in that position, I just keep imagining it in my mind's eye.

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    1. I heard about it too but I never imagined that I would. I'm glad I did tho. I think it contributed to the fast delivery.

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    2. i will prefer that position too,it seems easy.

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    3. BITCHandSLUT.com19 April 2021 at 17:29

      Actually, I just fear for the baby's head while reading it.

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    4. Yes, it actually helps the baby descend faster than laying down.

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  12. After reading this , God!! I love women! You guys are the strongest gender! *hands on my head* Gosh!!! #RESPECT.

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  13. Congratulations, beautiful story

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  14. Nice one Eka joy, u surely did good.. congrats.God keep and bless baby Alex.

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  15. Wow, congrats Eka. May God visit those gtc

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  16. Interesting read, congratulations and baby dust to every tcc woman out there.

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  17. Jeweluchi's Boo19 April 2021 at 13:53

    Congrats Eka.

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  18. This is beautiful, congratulations mama baby 🍼 🀱

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  19. Long but a good read! Thanks for sharing poster. God bless you and your family

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  20. Wow! Wow!! Wow!! See my grinning with smiles all over. God is a faithful God, congratulations to you and your family.

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  21. One again, congratulations to you and yours,Eka.
    Interesting drama.

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  22. One again, congratulations to you and yours,Eka.
    Interesting drama.

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  23. Congrats Eka Joy
    I am a silent bv and I always bless God for your amazing grass to grace story.
    I wish you more wins.

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  24. Awwwwwwwwww wow this is so beautiful to read. Congratulations once again Eka..

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  25. Aww what a lovely story. Yours is the definition of how Hebrew women give birth, when it's time, mine would be as easy as this,and I would send in my story, Amen.
    😘😘😘

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    1. Every woman that gives birth, through whatever means, as long as it was a successful birth, gave birth like the Hebrew women.

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    2. Abeg leave this Hebrew women story πŸ™„

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  26. I knew it was dear Eka Joy, just didn't want to say it.
    Babe your story is that of God coming through for someone.
    I still remember your story then on this blog, God indeed came through for you, mama Alex. So happy for you babe. 😘😘

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  27. Congratulations Eka.God bless your home more.


    Mimi Love

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  28. Congratulations Eka. Interesting read

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  29. Is 3.3kg small? I don't think a baby that is up to 3 kg should be called a small baby in terms of weight... congratulations,may she continue to be a source of happiness to ur family

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    1. 3.3kg is more than average sef. They will just be tensioning someone.

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  30. Thank you all for ur comments. I really pray for every woman that desires it to have the experience of bringing a child into this world

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  31. Congrats dear. May she bring you joy. I just skipped through and saw Nneka and knew it was Eka Joy.
    Let me go back and read.

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  32. I read this with so much attention...and i'm a guy!

    Your'e an excellent writer, @ Poster. I've learnt a thing or two from this write-up

    Thank God for the successful delivery. Your family is blessed.

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    1. Really??? I wrote that well??? Me that was getting bored as I was writing. Took me several weeks to finish

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  33. Congratulations dear, nice one.

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  34. OMG! This was so interesting, I didn't want the story to end. I laughed, I awwwed, I almost cried. You took me down memory lane to when I birthed my daughter.
    Congratulations once again. God bless you and your family.

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  35. And oh, you're a very good writer. I doff my hat for you.

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  36. You are good writer, congratulations to you my regards to Alex

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  37. Awwwww.
    What a beautiful write up.
    Congrats Eka joy.
    I tap into this testimony that I will be pregnant,carry my baby to term and have a painless delivery.Will definitely come back here to testify and share my story.

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  38. Why cant our government subsidize epidural in our hospitals.women go through hard labor just to birth their children,i almost ran mad when i had my girl.

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    1. Is given in some government hospitals but expensive in private hospitals.

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    2. Funny enough, some people still won't opt for it even if it was made free.

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  39. What an interesting read! Congrats Eka. Your home is blessed.

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  40. It's really an interesting read, congratulations once again

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  41. Thank God for a safe deliveryπŸ€—.

    Congratulations in advance to everyone expecting the fruit of the womb,y'all will carry your baby/ies soon.

    Congrats once again Joy.

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  42. Congratulations dear Eka, God bless baby Alex.

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  43. Congratulations mommy Alex...
    Is it that epidural is not common in Nigeria or too expensive? Why is almost everyone doing the painful delivery?
    When I asked one midwife then, she just gave me the "you're too lazy" look.

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    1. Is very much available. Is just that it is expensive

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    2. Publicity is low, a lot of people are not aware that option is available, I mean most doctors don't even know so much about it outside what they've read in books.
      And the patients who are told too are sceptical because they probably don't have any one who has gotten it and can relate with, case in point, the way some people still view CS.
      I had to specifically ask my O&G and he wasn't even forthcoming, I had to insist.

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  44. Congratulations ohhh
    Such a beautiful write up....you really took us through this journey with you. God bless you and your bundle of joy.

    Safe delivery to all expectant mums

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  45. I enjoyed reading every bit of your story. Thank God for everything. Congrats again Eka!

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  46. Wow!!!! I thoroughly enjoyed this, God's blessings to you and yours.

    BTW you write so well anyways I'll wait for Castle to give you uour score

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  47. Congratulations πŸ₯‚ 🍾 once again Ekajoy.
    Interesting read πŸ‘Œ

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  48. Such an interesting read. Congratulations again Eka Joy, may God continue to be with baby Alex.

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  49. BITCHandSLUT.com19 April 2021 at 17:22

    See me laughing uncontrollably at that shouting as the doctor was coming to check your cervix ��������

    Interesting read.

    Congrats once again!

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  50. Such as interesting read! God bless Alex


    Pretty Patience

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  51. Congratulations Ekajoy. May God bless you and your baby. You just remind me of what i passed through on Easter Sunday.

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  52. Wow! Congrats Eka Joy. The picture of you holding baby Alex to your chest will be heavenly.

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  53. Congratulations Eka Joy. I smiled all through reading it.

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  54. Congratulations Eka Joy. It was an interesting narrative. See me slapping my daughter's hands when she tried collecting my phone when I was reading. I'm so scared I must say, I had my daughter through CS and I'm pregnant again and I'm Soo scared of the type of pains you're explaining here, I have a very low threshold for pain o. God will help me

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  55. Wow congrats eka, I got scared at some point, but was relieved when baby Alex came out. God keep Alex baby safe for us all. Alex na blog baby of the year, stella I suggest we start giving award for baby of the year.

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  56. Congratsoooh such a beautiful and tearful read

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  57. Congrats Eka, Alex will bring more blessings and breakthrough for your family

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  58. Awwwww.... Eka Joy I'm so happy for you. God bless you and yours

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  59. Congrats Eka,God bless and keep your family.

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  60. I was scared at a time but in all it was an interesting read.

    Baby Alex you're blessed

    The most Complex B

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  61. congratulations dear.

    I bless God for all your testimonies on this blog and I believe him for mine.

    Congrats Joy.

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  62. Aw! What a long and interesting read. I love baby news!!!
    I laughed at some point, you're a good writer Eka Joy.
    God bless you and yours. Congratulations

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  63. I just read this now....😁 Joy Nwanyioma.... May your joy be permanent in Jesus name. Amen πŸ™ Congratulations πŸŽ‰πŸΎ once more 😍

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  64. Very interesting.
    Congratulations to you Eka Joy

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  65. damn such an interesting labour room drama, congratulations dear.

    may god bless and keep our baby Alex for us.



    biko do us a favour and send in your wedding night story abeg. lol

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  66. Congratulations Eka! It was such a good read too.

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  67. Congrats dear. I am prepping myself as i just got married. #smiles

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  68. Congratulations dear, It was interesting and beautiful reading up on your labour drama.

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  69. What a beautiful write up
    Congratulations dear mummy Alex

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  70. Such an interesting read! God keep you and your baby always. A hearty Congratulations to you!

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