How many weeks/days were you at delivery? 40 weeks 1 day
C-section v. Vaginal: Vaginal
Midwife or doctor: The most amazing midwife ever
Induction or on your own: On my own. I was given an induction date at my 40week appointment, then my DS realized we meant business so he appeared the next day!
Pitocin: No, thank goodness
Membrane rupture - on your own or with help: No idea
Pain relieving meds - which ones: Just IV meds
Afterbirth - private room or roommate: Private room. My hospital had private rooms for everything
How long did you labor at home: I was having contractions for 18 hours before I went in. I had back labor, and there was no way I could sleep because of the pain, so we went to the hossy.
How long did you labor in the hospital: I was admitted at 12am, gave birth at 11:47am
How long for pushing: My mom said I started pushing at 11
How long after your water broke did you deliver: They broke my water, and I have no idea. It's still a blur, lol
Did things go the way you wanted? Yes, I had an amazing experience with my awesome midwife and the hospital. I'm sad that if DH and I have another baby I won't have him/her there since we will be moving (Army life - hooah!)
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