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    Lol. I never ever ever swear anywhere else other than the birthing suite in transition.

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    Can I ask did any of you ladies swear during childbirth?? I'll be the first to own up to having a filthy mouth and I can't see me going through labour without swearing lol

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    Of course you need to scream during childbirth! It was a totally out of body experience (in a good way) but I had absolutely no control over it. I was lucky to be in a (public hospital) birth centre with a lovely midwife who wrote in my birthing notes that I was vocal (understatement!) I asked my husband after if it was humanly possible to scream any louder, he said no!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    Can I ask did any of you ladies swear during childbirth?? I'll be the first to own up to having a filthy mouth and I can't see me going through labour without swearing lol
    Funny you should ask....I swear far too much normally but when I was in labour there was not a single swear word said......freaked me out a little, I kind of expected myself to and then when I didnt I was like whoah what the?!?!

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    Haha rose that's funny!
    Purple lily I wonder if I'll be the same?! I don't even know how I'm going to cut back on my foul language when there are little ears around lol

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    Haha rose that's funny!
    Purple lily I wonder if I'll be the same?! I don't even know how I'm going to cut back on my foul language when there are little ears around lol

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    what an absolutely awesome post!

    Good on you babe! I screamed and was made to feel bad and I wish I had not ..

    xoxox

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    I normally sware a lot but not in labour, wouldn't bother me though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    Haha rose that's funny!
    Purple lily I wonder if I'll be the same?! I don't even know how I'm going to cut back on my foul language when there are little ears around lol
    Lol Its always a possibility haha, and yep Im finding it hard to cut back now that DS is around"

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    The labour rooms at the Mater in Brisbane are sound proof I think I managed to shake some of the foundations though when I pushed DD out.

    I had DS in the old Mater and DF and I were in a labour room and was waiting to get an S&S/gel. There was no one else in the room and they had left the door open. We could hear a woman screaming and we both looked at each other in panic. However, just a few moments later we heard the sound of a newborn baby crying and our eyes just welled up with tears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaNurture View Post
    My midwives exact words were 'Not that all of this noise isn't very entertaining'

    It honestly changed the entire way I viewed myself and how I view my labour in retrospect. I should be so proud of myself and I feel ashamed and embarrassed. I hate that awful b!tch
    I agree , it stops your focus and interferes with the labour. I have to say my second birth I was supported by wonderful midwives except it was said to me about yelling and using low tones. I should not of really included this birth. But the first and just gone were very bossy in the way they mentioned it and I like you were put off.
    Don't feel ashamed and embarrassed be proud , you birthed your baby, you did it and it's a bloody hard thing to do emotionally and physically.


 

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