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Madison's VBAC - induced by Foley Bulb!!! PIC HEAVY!!! lol


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May 9th, 2012, 12:55 PM
JennLynn_'s Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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I had a FANTASTIC labour!!

I went in for my scheduled induction on Friday, May 4th at 8 am to be induced by the Foley Bulb.

THere were numerous "obstetrical emergencies" that morning and did not get the foley bulb inserted until about 1:30/1:45p.m. that day. It was a BORING, and anxious wait!! lol.

So we took some pics:





My doctor came in and inserted the foley bulb. It was all good. Not as uncomfortable as I thought it would be... until about 15 minutes after it was put in. Then I was cramping constantly as it opened my cervix. I was suddenly dizzy and in pain and felt terrible. They gave me Oxygen and some drugs that made me incredibly loopy.

So i slept on and off for a few hours.



At about... 4 p.m. (Ithink) the foley bulb fell out, I called my doctor. she checked me and I was 5 cm.

My dr broke my water at about 8/830.

The nurse told me I could get my epidural any time after that... I had considered going natural, but because of the unbearable pain I had felt earlier with just the foley bulb, I knew I wouldn't be able to tolerate the pain.

So I got my epidural at about 10:30ish. I loved the little button they gave me to dose myself up every time I felt any feeling come back. LoL.

I slept on and off through the night, they kept checking me, and I kept getting worried about the lack of change. But they said I was having contractions, I just couldn't feel them! lol.

They started me on Oxytocin around 3/4 am to make things progress further!

At about 8:45 the next morning they checked me and I was fully dilated. THey made me sit up in bed in a "frog leg" position to bring baby down more and I sat that way for awhile.

They had me start pushing about 10:15 a.m. (The epidural was a wonderful thing. I didn't feel any pain, I just felt "something") and....

Madison Leigh was born at 10:42 a.m. on May 5th, EST, weight 7lbs, 14 oz, 20 inches long, 9/9 Agpar. She came out screaming right away and they put her immediately on my chest before taking her to check her out, weigh her, etc.





It was SUCH a different experience than my c-section. I wouldn't change it for the world. And would never ever refuse an epidural if I ever do this again











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May 9th, 2012, 01:01 PM
queenofthecastle's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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Great story!! Congrats on having a VBAC!!
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May 10th, 2012, 05:53 PM
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congrats on a successful vbac she`s beautiful!
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