Pain for 2 days and 2 nights, grade 3 cervical tear, real natural birth is not easy

time:2023-02-03 14:00:22source:monlittlebaby.com author:Fever
Pain for 2 days and 2 nights, grade 3 cervical tear, real natural birth is not easy

Due to severe eczema, it was not painless, and it was painful for 2 days and 2 nights; grade 3 tear of cervix + lateral incision; 1st postpartum urination, unable to urinate for more than 4 hours, swollen bladder, almost intubation; 1st postpartum Got out of bed and fainted and was carried to the hospital bed by two nurses... So, do you still think it's easy to give birth? The baby was born with just a little effort? The overwhelming natural birth on the Internet is very fast and easy, but that is really very lucky for very few people. Most people have to go through a long process of labor pain. , but also suffer. Next, I will tell you about my natural birth experience and write it down, not to sell the misfortune, but to restore a real natural birth process; I hope that my close family and friends, especially my husband, really don't take "Look at others". It is said on the Internet that it is easy to have a natural birth, and you have more things to do to hurt this woman who is willing to give birth to a baby for you. If it is not true love, who is willing to endure this kind of pain. . . . . . . At 3:00 a.m. on May 15th, 39+2 gave birth to my little tiger, a baby boy, 6 pounds and 3 taels. Outside the delivery room, the heart that the husband and mother were hanging on finally fell. Doctors and nurses all said, hard work, very powerful. After all, I am a thin and small mother of 75 pounds before pregnancy and less than 100 pounds in labor. The process is really quite easy to give birth to a baby of 6 pounds +. Maybe it’s because of my mother’s good luck. I didn’t have a lot of hard work from pregnancy to labor, no morning sickness, no swelling, and no stretch marks. I thought good luck would stay with me until the end of delivery; It's not easy for all girls, and it's not hard to get pregnant, but giving birth made me realize the difficulty of being a mother. At 38 weeks, I had a prenatal check-up. The doctor told me that I had not yet entered the pelvis. Although many people have a slow pelvic fertilization, and there are many who entered the pelvis only 2/3 before delivery, but considering that I am not tall, The doctor said that if you do not have a firm intention to give birth naturally, it is still recommended that you have a caesarean section. I thought to myself: How exaggerated it can be, I don’t have the pregnancy rebellion that so many people are afraid of, isn’t natural childbirth just a process of ripening, it’s ok. Even though I said that, my mother is still very worried, after all, she is a past person; my mother said, why don't you ask another doctor, if you are advised to have a caesarean section, we don't need to force it too much, although it is said that natural birth is better for the fetus and recovery. It'll be faster too, but I don't want you to take the risk; I have to say, I'm really grateful to my family for not having to give birth naturally. 3 days later, I got the appointment of the director of the obstetrics department of the city hospital; the director said that the body is indeed a little thinner, and the fetus is very standard; but for me, it may really take a lot of effort, but the fetal position is very positive, and now it has entered the basin Yes, you can still try it. Because I am a familiar doctor, and with her delivering me, my heart is firmed again, I want to give birth naturally! On May 13th at 5:00 am, I suddenly felt a little sticky in my sleep, like menstruation. I hurried to the toilet. There was blood on my underwear. My parents called me; my mother also told me to go to the hospital after taking a shower, wash my hair and take good things, otherwise I couldn’t wash my hair for a long time. The journey, I slowly and leisurely get all this, and then set off to the hospital with my husband. After the hospitalization is handled well, due to the epidemic situation, the patient cannot go out after the hospitalization is completed; various examinations have been done during the day, but the internal examination has not been opened. My stomach started to have regular contractions after 6:00, and the contractions were about every 5-6 minutes. I thought I was going to give birth soon. Who knew that my journey of pain had just begun. At night, the contractions continued, and the pain was so painful that I couldn’t sleep all night, and my husband didn’t sleep well, so he kept comforting and encouraging me. On the morning of the 14th, I felt that the pain was so painful that I could not breathe smoothly. During the period, the doctor gave me internal examinations 3-4 times. The opening of the fingers was still very slow, and it was only from one finger to one and a half; the pain became more intense at night. , It hurts even when standing and sitting. No posture can relieve my pain, especially in the lower back. I feel like my lower back hurts to the point of breaking. Name, said that I can't use too much physical strength, but I couldn't listen to it at all. At this time, another pregnant woman who saw red began to cry out in pain. When I heard her cry, I was even more collapsed. What did I breathe in through my nose and breathe out through my mouth? It can't be without a little effect. It was already 11 o'clock at this time. I was in pain to the brink of collapse. I asked the doctor for an internal examination. When I opened 2 fingers, I asked the doctor if it was painless? It was about 1:00 in the morning. What made people crash was that she told me that because I had severe eczema in the late stage, I was afraid that I would be allergic to it, so it was recommended not to fight. I don't know what beliefs I had at that time that supported me to continue to endure. Maybe it didn't matter if I didn't experience it. Seeing how painful I was, my husband told my mother that I should have a caesarean section, but thinking about it, it hurts. After so long, I went to a caesarean section at this time, and my previous pains were all in vain; I stayed up until the morning of the 15th, and the doctor asked family members outside the door to deliver meals, but my uterine contractions became more and more painful, and I couldn't eat anything at all. Only drank a bottle of Yakult. Finally, three fingers were detected internally. The doctor let me enter the delivery room. The doctor in the delivery room arranged for me to monitor the fetal heart rate for half an hour. After the fetal heart rate examination, my uterine contractions became more and more frequent and more painful. I took a big breath to relieve it, and after I opened three fingers, I opened it quickly. But at 6:00 pm, I still didn't move much. Because the pain was too long, the doctor said that I must give birth tonight, otherwise the uterus and the baby will be hurt. It is suggested to help me break the water artificially. I waited for it to open my fingers and try it. If it is cloudy, I have to have a caesarean section immediately; after my husband signed with me, the doctor broke the water for me, and the amniotic fluid was very clear. During this period, I was squatting on the yoga ball and the nurse helped me massage, but it still didn't have much effect to relieve; I couldn't help crying, but the doctor stopped me, so the loud cry would cause the baby to pull the meconium when it was frightened inside. This is very dangerous; I feel more aggrieved when I think about it. Every time the pain of contractions strikes, I hug the pillow tightly and bury my head in it. After pointing, the nurse pushed me into the delivery room, and then told me to wait. The director who helped me deliver the baby would come after a while. I gave birth in it for about 2 more than 3 hours, and I got the little tiger out at 3:05 in the morning. This period of time has been really hard. The doctor has always encouraged me. It is up to me whether I can give birth or not. I feel that my strength is not enough. I drank Red Bull and ate energy packs. The contraction pain was simply inhumane. In the end I didn't even believe I could really do it, thanks to the encouragement of the midwife who kept teaching me how to exert myself. Next, there were various stitches. The doctor said that because the baby came out with his head up a bit, the tear was very serious, and finally 5 stitches were stitched. Although it still hurts when I tug at the flesh next to the stitches, but the pain is relative to the pain of uterine contractions, I am really numb with this pain. Seriously, a natural birth was really scary, I always felt pain, but in the end I persevered. Being a mother is not easy. I was finally pushed out at 4:00 in the morning. As soon as I opened the door, my husband and mother were waiting for me. When I saw my mother, if I wasn't lying on the bed, I really wanted to give her a big hug. I really had to treat my mother well. Mother is so great! Maybe it was because I had exhausted all my energy, and I fell into a deep sleep. During the period, the nurse kept reminding me to take the first urination for 4 hours as soon as possible; 4 hours passed quickly, during which the nurse helped me soothe me with warm water. , he helped me to the bathroom and turned on the tap to listen to the sound of water to help me feel the urge to urinate, but I still couldn't urinate; and on the way back, I suddenly fell down as soon as it got dark, and two nurses carried me to the bed, hurrying Patting my face to wake me up; I opened my eyes, and my mother burst into tears, you just fainted, you know? I really don't know, but I know it must have taken the family by surprise. . . . . . The ancients said: "People scare people to death", and childbirth can be described as a gate of hell in a woman's life. So, ah, natural labor, how can it be so easy to say. Although Baozi is not as hard as the experience of the above friends, it is not easy. The friend finally said that although it was very hard, she still felt that she was very lucky to have such a good doctor and nurse, and that she was fortunate to have such strong support and encouragement from her family. Finally, Baozi also sincerely hopes that all the fathers and their families can be more considerate and love their wives! It's not easy, it's hard work!
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