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    First bub nearly 9 pound. Induced with a grilling 16 hr labour. Ended up having epidural as the pain was unbearable.
    Second bub nearly 8 pound. Natural labour for only 5 hrs. Most of which I did at home pacing, cleaning trying to stay mobile in the house. I enjoyed the labour although it was painful. Not as bad as first bub though. I got into hospital with contractions at 2.5 mins apart. 1hr later and with no pain relief, I had my bub. After he was born I couldn't wipe the smile off my face due to the fact that I'd just gone through the entire process with me in total control. I now fully understand it. It's such an intense and rewarding thing to go through. I'd do it again but 2 children are enough for me.

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    IMO, it still hurts like hell! haha

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    My second labour and birth was a breeze compared to the first. It still hurt, but I felt much more in control of the situation and I think that helped to keep me calm and focused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzybaby View Post
    First bub nearly 9 pound. Induced with a grilling 16 hr labour. Ended up having epidural as the pain was unbearable.
    Second bub nearly 8 pound. Natural labour for only 5 hrs. Most of which I did at home pacing, cleaning trying to stay mobile in the house. I enjoyed the labour although it was painful. Not as bad as first bub though. I got into hospital with contractions at 2.5 mins apart. 1hr later and with no pain relief, I had my bub. After he was born I couldn't wipe the smile off my face due to the fact that I'd just gone through the entire process with me in total control. I now fully understand it. It's such an intense and rewarding thing to go through. I'd do it again but 2 children are enough for me.
    Exact same story but I'm going back for 2 more hopefully.

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    Yes. First 19 hrs of hell , no pain relief as horrible dr ended in forceps and stitching and PTS . 2nd totally natural 3.5 hrs . Hurt alot but I felt in control and empowered. I could even say I loved it. Good luck xxx

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    Less painful yes! 2nd stage was my painful part when waters broke. dd1 20mins of killer pain ds 2mins of that pain again dd3 didn't have time to think of the pain she decided to be born quick smart at home!

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    well i was older.. with my second and knew alot more.

    My first was a very very long labor and i got induced and had an epi

    my second was a vbac it hurt like balls. but so much easier!

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    Mine were very different.

    DD1 was fine, right until my OB broke my waters and the pain went from 4/10 to 8/10 in the space of one cx. I then got stuck on monitoring as there was meconium. Pretty soon after that I got an epidural.

    DD2 was much faster (6.5hrs instead o dd1's 16hrs). My cx progressed gradually and using the TENS and JuJu Sundin's book, I got through with no pain relief. I then started feeling really nauseous and asked for Maxalon. In hindsight I think this was transition. Soon after my waters broke (spontaneously) and then I needed to push!!!


 

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