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    I wish someone had told me breastfeeding for the first few weeks would be almost as traumatic as labour and very painful. I stuck with it and i'm glad I did now.

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    To be honest I wouldn't change a thing about my birth.. It was everything I wanted. The only thing I really regret is not being able to see my placenta.

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    i wouldnt have changed anything... DS born after 23 hours from waters breaking at home.. i had gel to get contractions going as i didnt dialate after 8 hours of me walking , bouncing etc... I had an epidural, i had an episiotomy and i didnt care one single bit because i had faith in my dr and the midwives and let them do what they thought was best to deliver my baby...

    DD was born by C sect at 34 weeks, 5lbs 15 oz and very healthy... Loved my C section because it was quick and I delivered a healthy baby ( didnt know this would be the case so had NICU ppl in the room just in case)

    Personally labour and childbirth for me was great.. I didnt have a birth plan or any pre concieved notions of what i wanted to happen,, I just wanted my babies out and healthy and I put all my faith in my health care professionals.

    Delivering vaginally and then by c section didnt worry me in the slightest... I see my childrens births as my greatest achievements

    If i could have a baby now i wouldnt change my views...

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    I regret not being aware that I could tell the drs to shove their pethidine.

    I regret letting them break my waters

    I regret laying in my back

    I regret pushing when they told me to, rather than listening to my body.

    I regret letting them give me an episiotomy.

    With my second labour, I regret nothing. It was perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    I regret not being aware that I could tell the drs to shove their pethidine.

    I regret letting them break my waters

    I regret laying in my back

    I regret pushing when they told me to, rather than listening to my body.

    I regret letting them give me an episiotomy.

    With my second labour, I regret nothing. It was perfect.

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    Yeah. Alot of me too's here

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