Another 12 hours later, we finally managed to break my waters and go for a standard induction with the drip. At 9 am the drip was in, 10 am I 'politely asked' for the epidural and my son was finally born at 8:38 pm.
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At some point I began to feel pressure so we moved out of the shower and onto the bed. I felt the urge to push very quickly and my ability to smile and breathe through the contractions disappeared – I was very vocal during this stage!
I will never forget that feeling and am so happy I was encouraged to try for a VBAC. I couldn't have asked for better support or care than what we received from the maternity team. they were simple amazing and empowering.
We offer physiotherapy run pregnancy Pilates, pregnancy Aerobics, and Mummy Pilates & Baby Massage classes with a focus on optimising posture, body awareness, pelvic floor support, back care and maintaining fitness, aiming to assist women prepare and recover from their birth.