1st born at 39+3 was 9 hours from contraction to baby out
2nd born at 39+2 was 5 hours from bloody show to baby out
3rd born at 38+4 was 11 hours from when water started leaking to baby out but 2 hours from receiving pitocin to actually get contractions going to baby out. They started pitocin at 9am because I wasn't having regular contractions and he was born at 11:13am
36wk#1- from 11pm ( when contractions started) until birth at noon the next day
36wk#2- from 11pm ( when contractions started) until birth at 9pm the next day -- failure to progress on this baby
40wk#3- from 7am ( when contractions started) until birth at 930pm the same day.
Baby no 1 - 16 hours with pitocin to induce due to preeclampsia
Baby no 2 - 3.5 hours having waters broken and going from 0 to holy maloney in just a few mins due to being 2 weeks over due!
My main worry is that my first ended in emcs and my second ended in forceps and episiotomy because both my children got stuck. If this labour is shorter and baby gets stuck I may not have made it to hospital!
First baby - 2 hours from water breaking to baby's in my arm.
Second baby - 1 hour 19 mins from contractions begin then waters broken when her head is out to baby's in my area.
Third baby - soon to be updated and I'm pretty nervous for another quick labour. Everything happens too fast for me.
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