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January 19th, 2009, 04:03 PM
estherm's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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i am new here, so please don't mind my silly questions

My last labor was quick and definately not painless
I stayed at home until I was 8 cm ( I didn't know, I was worried I would be sent home While at the hospital I used the laughing gas ( i am not sure of the actually name ) and I had to have a local anestetic for my episiotomy.

i am wondering how much of a difference those two things made? With doing it all natural this time be much "worse" or did I basically do it naturally last time??

I am hoping you can give me confidence to do it NCB this time

i will hopefully be at home with a birth pool ( if we have time to fill it. ) and a supportive midwife. Maybe the pool will take the place of the aids ( gas and local anestetic ) that I had last time?...


Thank you Jaidensmum!

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