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    Not me but a friend's partner thought it'd be funny to ask the midwife to "add an extra stitch" when she was stitching a tear.

    Inappropriate, insensitive, and just plain gross!

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    DP said to me "you'll be ok for an hour while I pop home to feed the dogs won't you?"

    I could've killed him! No I won't be ok, ring someone to feed the fking dogs!

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    He fainted on to the floor and fell asleep between contractions. Does that count. ? Main issue was he was meant to be counting me through the contractions and initially he was counting so quietly I had to yell it him to speak louder!

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    Well it was her in labor and she said no as she thumped me in the arm.

    All I did was ask her if she wanted a quickie (shrug)


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    Would only ask a question mid contraction then wonder y I wasn't answering.
    Oh and after bub was out
    "oh your tummy is still big"
    F really u think its going to be flat once bub is out???!
    He was much better second time around

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    I didn't have a dp but my mum kept telling me to shh during a contraction then when I screamed at her she told me that my screaming isn't necessary
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    YES! with the eating lol, dp crapped on about how hungry he was then disappeared to the canteen when I needed him....not impressed!

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    My DH learned very quickly aftervmy first labour, and never repeated his mistake the 3 subsequent labours..

    Don't.Effing.Touch.Me.

    First time he was trying to be all loving and supportive because I was in pain, but he just gave me the sh.its

    For subsequent labours he sat quietly, hands off, unless I told him to push on my back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithUnagi View Post
    Not me but a friend's partner thought it'd be funny to ask the midwife to "add an extra stitch" when she was stitching a tear.

    Inappropriate, insensitive, and just plain gross!
    Off topic, but when I refused stitches, the (male) obstetrician turned, looked at my DH and said to him " well, I could put in an extra stitch or two..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillynix View Post
    Off topic, but when I refused stitches, the (male) obstetrician turned, looked at my DH and said to him " well, I could put in an extra stitch or two..."
    Wtf?????

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