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    I think I was fairly quiet with my little one. Normally I'm a really loud person who swears like a sailor. In labour I just seemed to bottle it all up. Though after being awake for 48 hours and in labor for 30 I wasn't really aware of what was going on. I think I called the guy who put the drip in my hand a mother f****r but that was it...

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    I was pretty quiet until transition and then I made involuntary screaming/yelling out noises.

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    I was induced and no one checked on me because it was the middle of the night but i was 10cm before anyone responded to my groans. Screamed my head off for the rest of my labor and ripped my cannula out accidentally then screamed at a midwife because i thought someone was pouring water over my arm. So yeah. No control or silence for me!

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    I was very quiet. I don't really understand how you can deal with labour and yell at the same time TBH

    I was so quiet that I was left alone for most of it. They only got me into a délivery suite then run out of it when a lady came in the labour yard screaming the walls down.
    If you want staff by your side better be noisy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    I was very quiet. I don't really understand how you can deal with labour and yell at the same time TBH!!
    Everyone Labors differently. I am an extremely quiet person normally but found myself vocalising uncontrollably whilst (involuntarily) pushing. It wasn't so much a yell as a primal groan from within. Not something I did consciously, it just came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrswhitehouse View Post
    I had an epidural so was calm all three times besides the main pushing part when was just pushing really hard noise maybe but no pain noises.

    With my 3rd I was chatting and joking in between pushing when I had contractions. After each contraction and pushing session we would continue our conversations
    This! My last birth I had an epidural so was just chilling and chatting - lovely!

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    I was ok until the transition then every swear word imaginable was coming out of my mouth. My folks where on the other side of the delivery suite door having a good laugh at me as my dad was like yep, won't be long now

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    Not very, I found concentrating and breathing helped more and to focus.

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    I was different with all 6 births. Some i was super quiet others i grunted alot. I am not a yeller or a screamer.

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    Quiet here just consentrating on breathing and getting bubs out.


 

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