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user banned Due April 11 (boy); 2 kids; Little River-Academy, Texas 4900 posts
Oct 14th '12
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.Mommy.[40] 18 kids; Beverly Hills, California 21297 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting The (super kinky) Master:" So agreeing to an induction after going to 41+1 with a blood pressure of 186/110 was wrong and I should have waited until feotal distress kicked in?"


No, that sounds necessary to me.

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 3 kids; Colorado 21082 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting Jamie ♥ it's a BOY!:" Ah, true. They told me mine was 1.8 which obviously scared the living crap out of me when they told ... [snip!] ... I told him noooo and to just wait! She said she's not interested in inducing unless it's a life or death situation she said. "


you were a 7 & didn't know it???? holy shit woman lol

.Mommy.[40] 18 kids; Beverly Hills, California 21297 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting Mother of Hayward.:" Who are you to say it honestly wasn't for the good of the baby though? Were you in the delivery room? ... [snip!] ... informative, it's not true in all cases. She's going to be scaring the shit out of anyone who has to get induced with pitocin."


Why isn't this true in all cases? It most definetly is. There are ALWAYS these risks with pitocin.

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75118 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting .Mommy.[40]:" Becuase they are bitter about it and deep down inside know it was stupid to do."

Dun dun dun.

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 3 kids; Colorado 21082 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting Δ ☮ ∂:" I guess so lol. I was induced with pitocin because I developed/was developing pre-e at the very end of ... [snip!] ... not pissed about the potential side effects. People should know what they're getting into and decide if it's worth it or not. "


Exactly.

user banned Due April 11 (boy); 2 kids; Little River-Academy, Texas 4900 posts
Oct 14th '12
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.Mommy.[40] 18 kids; Beverly Hills, California 21297 posts
Oct 14th '12
Mother of Hayward. 1 child; Illinois 2673 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting .Mommy.[40]:" Why isn't this true in all cases? It most definetly is. There are ALWAYS these risks with pitocin."


There's always risks with childbirth in general. Whether they be small, or life or death.
But people don't always get the side effects, is what I meant.

user banned Due April 11 (boy); 2 kids; Little River-Academy, Texas 4900 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting .Mommy.[40]:" Becuase they are bitter about it and deep down inside know it was stupid to do."


Who is 'they'? Everyone who used pitocin when it wasn't "medically" neccesary?



If I could go back knowing what I know now, yeah I wouldn't be induced. Am I bitter about it and feel stupid deep down? No..... :?

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 3 kids; Colorado 21082 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting Jamie ♥ it's a BOY!:" Yep :shock: I was just having some mild period cramps, didn't sleep well. But, that was it! The nurses ... [snip!] ... at home or in our truck if that happens again. I"m 40 minutes from the hospital this time compared to 10 with my youngest."


lmfao, omg. I hope I get that lucky :lol:

The Master Due September 8; 2 kids; Perth, Australia 20023 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting I can see you:" duh... because there are never complications when you deliver without pit."


I know right????
There's actually a history of not being able to birth naturally in my family ... I was 5 days late and in severe feotal distress (every time my mum had a contraction my heart would stop beating) and had to be a forcep delivery. My grandma went 26 days late with my mum and in the end it took a LOT of castor to get her out (this was 1955), my mother came out covered in grey scales and my grandma's placenta was in pieces and smelt like rotten meat. The whole way through my pregnancy I never had any noticeable BH at all.
Maybe I'm just not meant to give birth ... though in the end I did push my 9lb 6oz baby out and deal with 4th degree tears no problem.

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75118 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting Jamie ♥ it's a BOY!:" Who is 'they'? Everyone who used pitocin when it wasn't "medically" neccesary? If I could go back knowing ... [snip!] ... I could go back knowing what I know now, yeah I wouldn't be induced. Am I bitter about it and feel stupid deep down? No..... :?"

People calling OP an idiot or moron or whatever sound pretty bitter.

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 3 kids; Colorado 21082 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting Jamie ♥ it's a BOY!:" Who is 'they'? Everyone who used pitocin when it wasn't "medically" neccesary? If I could go back knowing ... [snip!] ... I could go back knowing what I know now, yeah I wouldn't be induced. Am I bitter about it and feel stupid deep down? No..... :?"


you shouldn't feel stupid about it. I don't. I feel shitty that I had such a bad birth experience, I'd change it, but it isn't anything to feel dumb about IMO. some of us actually trust/trusted our doctors. I won't personally be doing that anymore, although I know a lot of people are fine w/ their doctor *shrug*

.Mommy.[40] 18 kids; Beverly Hills, California 21297 posts
Oct 14th '12
Quoting Jamie ♥ it's a BOY!:" Who is 'they'? Everyone who used pitocin when it wasn't "medically" neccesary? If I could go back knowing ... [snip!] ... I could go back knowing what I know now, yeah I wouldn't be induced. Am I bitter about it and feel stupid deep down? No..... :?"

Everyone who is calling OP stupid and saying these aren't facts sound bitter as shit.