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Old Mar 9th, 2010, 14:21 PM   51
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hahahaha! i love this, hopefully this thread will still be going in july
then i'll tell you mine :P ha!
but i don't think i'm allowed an epi so i'll have to wait and see what they give me instead
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Old Mar 9th, 2010, 14:32 PM   52
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Haha like the quotes!
I said a lot in labour lol! But heres my fav:
'She's coming out of my bum...she's coming out of my FRIKIN BUM!!!'
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Old Mar 9th, 2010, 15:32 PM   53
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SO glad you made this thread! I can only imagine what nurses/midwives have to listen to! It must be pretty entertaining though LOL



 
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Old Mar 9th, 2010, 17:33 PM   54
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i'm seriously dying reading these!!!



 
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Old Mar 9th, 2010, 17:40 PM   55
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Maybe I did do one silly little thing.... After watching "one born every minute" I kind of realized it but didn't know how silly it was. After having my epidural I was scared to lie down and asked the midwife if it was safe because I was scared I may knock the tube out of place and paralyze myself. I didn't realize how thin the tube is and how well protected it is...well it was behind me so how was I to know..



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Old Mar 9th, 2010, 19:36 PM   56
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omg these make me laugh so much



 
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Old Mar 9th, 2010, 19:45 PM   57
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Maybe I did do one silly little thing.... After watching "one born every minute" I kind of realized it but didn't know how silly it was. After having my epidural I was scared to lie down and asked the midwife if it was safe because I was scared I may knock the tube out of place and paralyze myself. I didn't realize how thin the tube is and how well protected it is...well it was behind me so how was I to know..
I don't blame you haha. Anything having to do with the spine REALLY freaks me out. Four years ago I fractured my back in two places- really close on either side of my spine. For a long while they were constantly checking to see if my spinal cord was affected. Scared me to shreds!



 
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Old Mar 9th, 2010, 21:34 PM   58
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Oh! I almost forgot! After my c-section I was still pretty much numb from the spinal tap but I started feeling an odd sensation in my legs.. I had people lightly rub them to help soothe it..Awhile later when the spinal tap wore off more it started getting uncomfortable and sorta painful.. I complained to my mom a bunch and told her it feels like I'm getting contractions in my legs! I just went through labor and all those horrible contractions in my front/back why am I feeling them in my legs???!!!

Finally after complaining abunch as I felt it more and more as the hours went by.. My mom mentioned cuffs on my legs to help prevent blood clots.. They went off every few minutes and tightened up (like a blood pressure cuff) then released after a few seconds..
I never realized they even put them on.. I laid there for hours wondering why I had such odd sensations in my legs



 
Old Mar 9th, 2010, 22:53 PM   59
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OMG Jas, that's great! lol



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2010, 05:52 AM   60
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Hahahaha these are so funny!
I have one from my sister, Jas' post jogged my memory
This is quite upsetting if you think about it, but she finds it hilarious.
My sister doesn't have any legs below the knee, She had a c-section, and got really groggy off the drugs afterward, and she kept saying 'My feet are tickly-wickly... it feels like i have legs, mum, do i have legs now?' my poor mum was like '...no dear'

Tickly-Wickly we're never gonna let her forget that one.
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