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    When are you due OP?

    Can't wait to add my experience in a week (or two).

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    Thanks redCreamingSoda, maybe I was a bit grumpy yesterday afternoon? And took your post the wrong way

    I guess the thing for me is, I don't have internals, never have so I really just need to go off my own instinct to work out how labour is progressing (and my midwife observing external signs). I am wondering whether I will have a pool this time, but I am worried the temptation to get in too early will strike again and have the same pattern of halting progression. Might just stick to the home bath...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    When are you due OP?

    Can't wait to add my experience in a week (or two).
    13 weeks to go, but realistically, I'm expecting to go over by a week, so more like 14 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    Oh OP I just saw you mention tears..... Both my land and water births gave me small tears but the burning and stretching that feels horrible during crowning was definitely MUCH better in water. X
    THANK YOU! Hallelujah lol


 

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