yeah I was sick when I got to the hospital, I was 3cm it was the only time, I hadnt had any pain relief I think it was the pain that made me sick - I hadnt eaten anything but I threw up the orange juice I had had before we left for the hospital - though I reckon it might have been my OHs driving!!
Yes, with Liam I was sick everywhere in the delivery suit, all over the floor. It was very embarrasing. With Amber I thought I was going to be in the car on the way to the hospital but wasn't, thank god. I was sick loads after though, they had to give me an injection to stop the sickness x
I was sick entering active labour. My theory is your body doesn't have the energy to digest ( or do anything other than concentrate on getting your baby out) when you're in labour. Contractions got stronger and closer together after anyway.
With my first I wasn't sick at all. He was taken by an emergency c-section though due to meconium in the fluid, and I was only 5-6cm at the time.
With my miscarriage, after 5 days of contractions I had this massive wave of nausea come over me from nowhere and I dry heaved (which broke my waters) then about 15-20 minutes later when I was in the ER I actually did vomit. Then another 10-15 minutes or so later I delivered my 18 week baby.
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