It was about 45 mins for me because both anaesthetists that were on duty were in emergency csects. I also tried to go as long as I could and then decided last minute that I wanted one so didn't give them much notice hehe!
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19-02-2013 17:31 #11Senior Member
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19-02-2013 18:58 #12
right away for me, the man they called the knight was next door and had just finished one. which was brilliant because I hadn't slept in 2 days and had been induced and contracting all through the night.
he got it in right away, it was perfect! could still move my legs but couldn't feel the contractions which was awesome because I was on synto and they had them so they were one on top of each other
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