I have just got a heap of paperwork to take to the hospital when I book in to have bub number 2 and read some of the info. It says that my first bub was delivered using a vacuum. I didn't know about thus till today and I don't know why. Now I'm feeling that I didn't have the natural unassisted labour that I thought I had. Everything ive read just says that it assists in a natural birth but I'm still feeling ****** that I didn't get him out by myself. And I'm pissed off that I didn't know about it after telling people that it was a easy labour with no complications at all. No tearing nice and short for a first time and all went smoothly.
Yer I'm sure it will too. :) I looked back at the paperwork I got when I left the hospital and that says natural delivery and spoke to my hubby and he said he didn't see them use anything to help getmy son out so I'm thinking there was a mix up somewhere. I'm.seeing a different doctor too so.maybe it was mixed up in translation lol. I know they had to.use suction to help get the gunk out of mysons throat to make him breathe. 4 mins it took little bugger scared the **** out of us. :) so maybe that's where the mix up was. I donno.
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