View Poll Results: How did you give birth?

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  • Vaginal Birth

    188 76.42%
  • Elective Caesarean Section

    33 13.41%
  • Emergency Caesarean Section

    53 21.54%
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    One VB but ended with forceps assistance.

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    2 vaginal births no drugs

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    VB x 2

    DD - natural onset, tried the gas for a few minutes, episiotomy (local injection)
    DS - AROM and no more intervention (tore and received stitches hours after the delivery with a local and the gas at that time)

    Hoping for another VB, natural onset, active labour, no drugs, no tearing, preferably in water this time around (if only I could order it like that )

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    VB with gas & peth but by the time the peth kicked in DS was already on his way out (in 8 mins & 5 pushes!!!) small tear & 5 stitches ( I think that's due to the speed he came out though!!)

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    VB no drugs. 9 LB 13 OZ. Stiches. 3 hrs of pushing. 4 hrs of dialation.

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    VB x 2 here. No drugs.

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    VB x 1.
    CS x 1.

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    VB x 4..... no drugs, no stitches etc..... total labour if all added together is around 9 and half hours

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    VB - gas & peth shot. Waters broke at 11:00am, DS arrived at 5:00pm. Slight graze, one stitch.

    Would happily do it again! lol!

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    wow I cant beleive the poll so far! I am the only person in my close group of friends that has had vaginal births. I thought VB were in the minority now days, I guess not!


 

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