I delivered my little girl 10 days early on feb 22... i know its a month now but she kept me busy all time...she came into this world at 5.45am on feb 22 weighing 5.5 pounds.
delivered her all natural. we went for a movie on feb 21 evening and came back home at 9.30. i had slight back pain and i thought it might be because of sitting for 2 hours. so i went to bed. but the pain was increasing and it was coming and going around 10 mins apart. so i called my mom and we called the hospital. they asked to come in if the pain is increasing. i waited till 12.30 but still had pain so we went to hospital at 1 am and they confirmed it is early labor. they gave us a room and asked to report when the pain is really sharp. i walked around till 4am and by then i couldnt stand it any more. they checked me again and i was almost fully dialated. i was taken to the labour room and they paged my OB. i asked for something for pain and the duty doctor said it is too late for that and i will deliver within 30 mins. i was somewhat happy hearing it is going to be over soon. started pushing soon and she was born after may be 10 mins...
she is doing fine but keeps mommy up all night some times... we are so happy everything went well. it is our first child.
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