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    I was quiet throuought, I did have Peth though. The only time I made a noise was an involuntary groan when I had the urge to push luckily that only lasted 8 mins. I don't remember having a transition stage?? I seemed to go from every couple of mins to urge to push, or maybe I was just off my face on Peth?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I never got to transition stage. makes me sad.
    I didn't with my first either ...had a c section due to lack of progress but went on to have two VBACs. I know that sense of sadness. But don't rule it out it for another time. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    I didn't with my first either ...had a c section due to lack of progress but went on to have two VBACs. I know that sense of sadness. But don't rule it out it for another time. :-)
    I'm terrified of vbac. I read a horrid story online about someone who "became that statistic". so now I've scared myself into probably a scheduled cs πŸ˜₯

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I'm terrified of vbac. I read a horrid story online about someone who "became that statistic". so now I've scared myself into probably a scheduled cs πŸ˜₯
    Oh no! Yes it's such a small risk it never bothered me. The risks of repeat c sections are higher I learned. But of course that is just me, you do what is right for you. :-) xx

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    I didn't get to active labour, but had been having back to back contractions for 3 hours with no progress by the time my OB arrived. I'd had nothing but a bit of gas at that stage, which was doing NOTHING! My OB came in and asked if I'd like to continue trying without any drugs and I asked her if she'd like a kick in the vagina πŸ˜ΆπŸ˜… I was soooo embarrassed afterwards! Luckily she has a great sense of humour and she just laughed it off.

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    I was very loud. My second labour was fast and I was at the pushing stage before the mum in the delivery room next door. I was screaming 'it hurts too much!' and scared her heaps. We figured out who each other was the next day in the common room. Was totally embarrassed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    With my last birth I felt like I was screaming and loud but afterwards was told that I wasn't at all!! I felt like I needed to apologise for it, which really is silly because it's the most painful thing I'll ever experience (had no pain relief whatsoever). than what you need to be at the time. :-)
    No disrespect to your pain but this gave me such a giggle. It's so British. I was the same. Like

    ARGGGGHHHHH #%**

    Sorry. Er, pardon me. (In Hugh Grant voice.)

    ARGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHH MOTHER OF ALL THAT IS EVIL!!!!

    Er, excuse me. (Hugh Grant voice.)

    ARGGGGGGHHHHGHHGH

    Oh, dear. Whoopsie daisy. I appear to be making rather a racket etc

    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    No disrespect to your pain but this gave me such a giggle. It's so British. I was the same. Like

    ARGGGGHHHHH #%**

    Sorry. Er, pardon me. (In Hugh Grant voice.)

    ARGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHH MOTHER OF ALL THAT IS EVIL!!!!

    Er, excuse me. (Hugh Grant voice.)

    ARGGGGGGHHHHGHHGH

    Oh, dear. Whoopsie daisy. I appear to be making rather a racket etc

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    Ha ha ha ha ha. Yep. That's me! Plus: "oh dear, I appear to have pooed myself!"

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    During my last labour I was quiet throughout my contractions, up until I approached around 8cms dilation... It was then I began repeating one word during every wave of pain... "No...no, no...no, noooooo, nooooooo!" As soon as I felt another begin I just couldn't not say it. I didn't swear or scream, just said "no", over and over. I remember it clearly!

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    I thought I was moaning discreetly during transition (failed epidural). DH tells me afterwards I was so loud both him & the midwife were trying not to laugh and I could be heard down the hallway into ward.

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