View Poll Results: Did you have any intervention for your first birth?

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  • Yes, I had one or more of the interventions listed below

    46 83.64%
  • No, I had no intervention

    9 16.36%
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    Stretch & Sweep
    Gel & Foleys catheter
    Sintocin
    Epidural
    Episiotomy
    Ventouse

    I was a week overdue and she was stuck. Couldn't get past my 'pelvic floor of steel' oops!

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    Stretch and sweep, managed 3rd stage
    (Not to mention DRUGS... Every single kind-gas, pethidine, epidural)

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    No intervention. I did have an internal when I arrived at hospy in established labour, not sure if that counts as intervention? I was asked if I wanted one and I did, to get an idea of where I was at. Other than that absolutely nothing.

    Nothing for second birth either - not even an internal. Middy was only there for 15/20 mins before he popped out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetseven View Post
    I just realised my no vote might be wrong, because they used "gentle traction" to deliver the placenta, so I guess that counts as intervention after all.
    And I had also forgotten that the cord was cut when only the head was out - because it was wrapped around the neck and not easily untangled.

    So yep, I guess that is a whole lot of intervention after all.

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    No intervention, and I believe that is because I had a home birth.

    Just to elaborate, I mean that if I had been in hospy I might've had internals, which might have halted progress and led to further interventions. Or decided to use pain relief. etc
    Last edited by BornToBe; 16-10-2013 at 15:58.

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    Yep, the following;
    -S&S (was in pre-labour & OB did to see if it moved things along)
    -ARM (so they could pop internal monitor on DD as external wasn't picking her hb up properly & they were worried)
    -Episiotomy
    -forceps (DD was in distress (reducing hb & mec in waters)
    -syncotin injection (to assist placenta delivery)
    -controlled traction to deliver placenta
    Last edited by Izzys Dragon; 16-10-2013 at 16:00.

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    S&S, syntocin, ventouse, episiotomy and managed 3d stage...

    Would you believe that I got to full dilation and even start pushing without any intervention?!

    I really thought I'd birth that bub "naturally" lol

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    Yep, I had an "elective," caesarean after 3 failed induction attempts.

    Given I'm planning to homebirth in future, fingers crossed there's no more birth intervention in my future.

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    No intervention at all, even had a natural 3rd stage

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    Yep yep a whole lot of intervention!

    Gel
    ARM
    Syntocin
    Ventouse (failed)
    Emergency c-section


 
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