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    I wore a nightie until l got hot and then went nudie for the rest of it

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    Dd1 I wore one of dh's old shirts
    Dd2 I stripped naked as I was in the shower then the nurse put a gown over me when I was pushing.
    Dd3 I wore my pj shirt which I ripped off as soon as she was out
    Dd4 I was naked from the moment I stepped into the room lol (she was a water birth anyway).

    I am normally a very modest person but in labor all modesty goes out the window and I am most comfortable naked.
    I feel restricted when I have clothes on in labor/birth

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    I got into a hospital gown when I got to hospital which was taken off for the actual birth part

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    I spent more than I probably should have on this birth wrap dress. I didn't want a hospital gown or to be naked. I ordered it from the uk and it was brilliant. Will def be using it again this time. It's easy for them to flip up and check you and because it's a wrap around its easy to open up once bub is born. Also it has buttons down the back so you can even wear it if you decide to have an epi dural.

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    Hospital gown and then nothing. I feel much more comfortable labouring naked and last time I spent most of the time in the shower anyway.


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    I got given a gown at the hospital all three times and just wore that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by French Pear View Post
    I was naked... Clothes off labouring at home than as soon as I got to the hospital clothes off again, I just couldn't handle anything on my skin.

    Seems I'm in the minority here....
    That was me :-) I was thinking about this again (34 weeks preg currently) ie what to wear but every time I've just stripped off and jumped in the shower at the hospital. I'd actually like to keep my clothes on a bit longer this time, haha! But once I'm in that mode I'm sure they'll just come off again pretty quickly!

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    I wore shorts and a singlet whilst labouring each time, then when it got to the pointy end of things, stripped down to a sports crop.

    I never went into labour thinking about what I was going to wear, it just happened to be that way each time.

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    Laboured at home for 5 hours in regular clothes
    Then pushed at hospital for 45mins with a tight fitting purple dress/nighty thing from target I think. no bra

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    I started out in a maternity singlet and comfy trackies. Arrived at the birth centre and got in the tub so just wore a crop top. At some point I ditched that and was naked (got wheeled through the hospital to an ambulance with nothing but a sheet over me!!) ended up with a gown I think as I had a c sect. With DD I don't remember having much on again, just a sheet over me at times I think!

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