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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I have my first antenatal appointment for this pregnancy today and need to talk about whether a VBAC is an option. I usually just say "natural" birth because I'm avoiding the word vaginal because everyone pronounces it differently. But I feel like I need to use the correct terminology for this midwife to understand that I've done my research.

    So how do you pronounce it:
    A) vadge-eye-nl (long i sound)
    B) vadge-in-l (short i sound)
    I pronounce it b)

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    A. I'm sure the midwife has heard it both ways

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    Omg midwife said it during my appointment and I didn't even pay attention to how she said it I'm so hopeless haha.

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    Bahaaaa! Classic

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    But I'm American.


 

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