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    It was winter , I purchased a flannel nighty, midwife said I'll get hot did i want a hospital gown, I was like no I'm great, half way through swapped to hospital gown,

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    I wore one of dh's old shirts to start with but I ended up naked when I was pushing as I felt too hot. Once Dd was born they gave me a hospital gown which I kept open at the front to do skin to skin.

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    I wore a maternity singlet and leggings on the way to hospital with dd. it was winter but I don't remember feeling cold.

    Not long after I arrived I had to take my pants off so the middies could check my dilation and they never went back on again. I just had slathered towel draped over my lap.

    I assume someone changed me before I got taken into theatre (ended up being an assisted birth) because I remember being in recovery in a fetching blue hospital gown. Don't remember changing, though.

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    I bought a Womama or whatever they're called birthing gown. But I was pretty much naked the whole time!

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    I arrived at hospital in a mid thigh length dress which was removed as soon as they did a ve, and agreed I was actually in labour and needed to be there, as I then laboured in the shower on my hands and knees as it was the only position that was even remotely comfortable.

    Then when I moved to the bed they just put a sheet over me. For someone who normally is very modest and likes to be covered, I didn't even think twice about being naked in front of anyone.

    TBH I didn't even think about what I was going to wear before hand.

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    I bought a beautiful birthing gown/ wrap around dress.

    I spent the whole time with it wide open. It may as well not even been on.

    And it got completely destroyed by all the blood.

    So a waste of money

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    a nice nighty, a old t shirt, hospital gown or nothing. Different Births.

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    I had a loose fitting cotton nightie from best and less. I didn't care if it got ruined and needed to be trashed. I wore it up until I got in the shower. Then I was just in a sports crop top from then on.
    All about comfort for me during labour. Save the pretty dressing gown for after when you have visitors or want pics IMO

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    Naked

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    Naked and didn't give a % $#@...


 

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