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    I'm not experienced yet haha but maybe lay down while you can? While it's true it may stall things, once you do get going you might get too exhausted to keep pushing through active labour?

    Just a thought - hope today's your day Pony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponytail View Post
    Yeh gels Wednesday night, hoping I don't last that long! Been up for a couple of hours and my back pain returned pretty much instantly with a vengeance and I've had strong contractions but not regular yet. I'm so freaking tired, I want to sleep but want to keep moving to get things going

    How's the little cherub thismorning?
    I suggest sleeping, u might need ur energy. I hp u go naturally xx will be stalking

    Lincoln is good this morning. Bout to wake him for a feed coz he's been asleep since his 2am feed. I feel like I did really well during the night, the nurses didn't help me and I managed to feed him and settle him on my own

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    If you're in established labour, no amount of resting is going to stall it. Try to relax and take it easy

    From the minute my contractions started, I laid on my side, that never stalled anything

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    Great job Channy. How are you feeling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    I suggest sleeping, u might need ur energy. I hp u go naturally xx will be stalking

    Lincoln is good this morning. Bout to wake him for a feed coz he's been asleep since his 2am feed. I feel like I did really well during the night, the nurses didn't help me and I managed to feed him and settle him on my own
    That's so good, natural mummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    If you're in established labour, no amount of resting is going to stall it. Try to relax and take it easy

    From the minute my contractions started, I laid on my side, that never stalled anything
    That's exactly what the middy at my OBs office said thismorning

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    Channy little Lincoln is just the cutest! And great job with feeding and settling during the night. Glad all is going well

    Pony I hope you are cruising along ok I'm excited to hear your news as well xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    Channy little Lincoln is just the cutest! And great job with feeding and settling during the night. Glad all is going well

    Pony I hope you are cruising along ok I'm excited to hear your news as well xx
    Im good just impatient

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    Great job Channy. How are you feeling?
    I'm not bad thanks just exhausted still and in a bit if pain from the cut. Waiting for the all clear to get out of here. I hate hospital

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    Did they give you an ice pack to sit on Channy? It really helps with the soreness. Ask for one if not!

    Ponytail, really sounds like it'll be anytime now. Are you still going for the induction if your body seems to gearing up to kick off naturally? If you did it would probably work well as your body sounds very ready! But you could probably avoid it too! What is your preference hon? Bet you just want bub out asap!


 

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