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Old Nov 20th, 2012, 08:06 AM   11
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I definitely felt him come out. The sense of relief after wards is incredible. The pain stops immediately. And to feel that big thing being pulled out of you feels so good. Feels like the weight of the world has been taken from you.



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Old Nov 20th, 2012, 09:34 AM   12
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I had an epidural as needed forceps and they thought maybe a c-section, i was gutted that i did not feel him come out (forceps delivery in the end). I almost felt like i cheated labour as i did not feel him come out.
This was exactly like my birth! I really wanted to feel him come out but at the end of the day I had a healthy baby So i'm not too upset about it!



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Old Nov 20th, 2012, 12:43 PM   13
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yeah i am ok with it now but initially felt less of a mum because i id not feel it. Having healthy outcome was all that really matters



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I had an epidural as needed forceps and they thought maybe a c-section, i was gutted that i did not feel him come out (forceps delivery in the end). I almost felt like i cheated labour as i did not feel him come out.
This was exactly like my birth! I really wanted to feel him come out but at the end of the day I had a healthy baby So i'm not too upset about it!



 
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Old Nov 20th, 2012, 12:46 PM   14
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Thanks ladies



 
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Old Nov 20th, 2012, 14:56 PM   15
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I was the same with my first birth - foreceps, narrowly avoiding a section. But I had g&a only with my dd and I could feel everything. It was amazing. Hopefully you'll get that experience next time.

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yeah i am ok with it now but initially felt less of a mum because i id not feel it. Having healthy outcome was all that really matters



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I had an epidural as needed forceps and they thought maybe a c-section, i was gutted that i did not feel him come out (forceps delivery in the end). I almost felt like i cheated labour as i did not feel him come out.
This was exactly like my birth! I really wanted to feel him come out but at the end of the day I had a healthy baby So i'm not too upset about it!



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2012, 06:58 AM   16
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I had an epidural and a ventouse delivery and I still felt the baby coming out. It was a really weird feeling and seemed to last ages even though she was only small. But lovely feeling though



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2012, 10:57 AM   17
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I had an epidural 15 hours before having him so it wore off by pushing mostly, and could walk after i was cleaned up to my recovery room. I felt him come out, the head it was hurts, after that its easy and smooth. It happens so fast and like a PP said, it feels jelly like sliding out. Its pretty incredible.



 
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Old Nov 22nd, 2012, 21:12 PM   18
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Wonderful feeling bc as other pp has stated, you're done! It happens kind of all at once and is fast-kinda slips right out like a fish, haha.



 
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Old Nov 24th, 2012, 04:06 AM   19
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I was the same with my first birth - foreceps, narrowly avoiding a section. But I had g&a only with my dd and I could feel everything. It was amazing. Hopefully you'll get that experience next time.

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yeah i am ok with it now but initially felt less of a mum because i id not feel it. Having healthy outcome was all that really matters



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I had an epidural as needed forceps and they thought maybe a c-section, i was gutted that i did not feel him come out (forceps delivery in the end). I almost felt like i cheated labour as i did not feel him come out.
This was exactly like my birth! I really wanted to feel him come out but at the end of the day I had a healthy baby So i'm not too upset about it!
I had failed forceps and a c section after pushing with only gas and air for 2 hours. Felt cheated that I did all the hard work but never got the push him out. Took me a long time to cime to terms with it. Felt a c section wasn't actually giving birth.. although
Now I'm ok with it and realise I still gave birth. Hoping for a vbac this time so I can experience it all.



 
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Old Nov 24th, 2012, 07:32 AM   20
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Oh yes you do feel your baby slipping out once you've pushed their head out, its a weird feeling! Like a BIG fish/jelly feeling, sounds crazy I know, but you'll see!!
Exactly how id explain it ! Its deffinately a crazy feeling! xxx



 
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