Jan '18 December Siggy Challenge: Christmas Movies
@schaze I am beyond jealous. For the whole 37 hours of labor I was not allowed to eat the
entire time. After 12 hours, I exclusively talked about food—what food sounded
good, what I wanted people to get me after I delivered, what I was going to eat
next week, etc.
DD1 EDD 9/29/2015, Born 9/24/2015
DS1 EDD 1/3/2018, Born 12/26/2017
BFP #3 3/21/2019, EDD 11/29/2019, MMC/D&C 5/7/2019
BFP #4 6/28/2019, EDD 3/12/2020
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J18 December Siggy Challenge: Christmas Movies!
EDD: 1/6/2018Eva Jane: 7/23/2014
I had a C-section. After DD was out and they were cleaning her off, I started to feel VERY queasy. Ryan brought the baby around to hold her near my face and all I could say was, "I'm going to throw up!" My OB asked if I was feeling nauseous and when I said YES, she stated that this was because she was holding all of my organs in her hands, and if I could hold on just another minute, everything would be put back into place. LOL. Yeah, I quickly told her that I needed something in the IV for nausea, STAT.
@EmmyMommy123 In my OB's defense, I'd been seeing her since I was 16 (so half my life) and we had a close relationship. lol
ETA: THAT, and I'm very science-minded, so I appreciated the explanation. Didn't lessen the nausea though!
@egirl1025 I also had the OB elbow deep in my uterus. I have to say that the actual giving birth part was almost painless compared to the elbow deep in the uterus. Most traumatic experience of my life. And now the rest of you lovely ladies know that this is a possibility. I'm sorry.