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    Default Does anybody else have trivial pregnancy/birth fears?

    I am 17 weeks pregnant and my two current concerns are:

    - what if I go into labour so suddenly that I can't clean the house in time and the midwives think I'm a slob (I'm having a home birth) (I am a slob). This anxiety was heightened when I went to the midwife's house and it was so much lovelier than mine.

    - what if my waters break on the bus on the way to work, in peak hour traffic? It would be really awkward. I think wearing adult nappies from 38 weeks might be overkill though.

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    What if I end up having the baby on the way ti the hosp (40km away) in pitch black or if we hit a kangaroo, what if I go into premature labour and have to be flown to sydney and my dh cant come for some reason. What if I have to have a c section and I freak out

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    I remember my biggest fear for my first pregnancy was pooing during labour.

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    That I will just look fat and not beautifully pregnant with a baby bump!!!!
    I'm already about 10kgs overweight and I'm short!!!!

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    With my first pregnancy my biggest fears were stretchmarks (yeah, i'm vain), a massively long labour and pooing in labour. The first fear came true but thankfully i had a very short labour and no pooing.
    With my second i feared birthing in the car on the way to the hospital and staining the car seat with birth gunk. I made it to hospital with plenty of time to spare.

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    With bub2 going into labour when DH was at work ( he works nights)

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    With bub2 going into labour when DH was at work ( he works nights) so I would be home alone with the 2 yo

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    Mine is always that DH will miss the birth. He's FIFO 5 weeks at a time, and out in the middle of the ocean, so it's a very real possibility. With DD2 he arrived home at 10am-ish when I was already in labour and she was born at 2pm. So just in time Hope he can do it again with this one.

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    My first two were getting fat an not going bak to my pre baby weight, the other was stretch marks.

    Then it was having a c-section. I was absolutely freaking out at the possibility because I was petrified of needles etc. I did end up with emerg c-section!!

    At least now I can say after having GD, steroid injections, c-sect I am now pretty much over my fear of needles!!

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    Mine is going into labour when away. He drives 5 hrs away for a few days a week.
    Not having someone available to pick up the kids from school if i go into labour while he is away.

    Not being ready As in the stuff i need for bub.


 

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