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Cat.Woman. Due January 15 (boy); 1 child; Gotham City, PA, United States 4548 posts
Jun 7th '13

Like 10-15 min?

J+B=Z&L ♡ 2 kids; Pensacola, Florida 5968 posts
Jun 7th '13

30 minutes with an epidural

homes cool Due July 25; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 63165 posts
Jun 7th '13
Quoting [JadeLee]:" Woah crazy! Did you do anything differently?"


First I had an epidural and labored in a hospital bed. Second I labored at home and had no drugs. Got to the hospital less than an hour before he was born. I ended up with a very severe tear, and 163 stitches with my first. I was determined to not let that happen again & it didn't!

Sherri + 3 LLC 3 kids; Mesa, Arizona 3758 posts
Jun 7th '13

1st baby - 2 hours
2nd baby - 1 hr 20 min
3rd baby - 30 min



It got easier with each baby for me, but that probably isn't the case with everyone. My second baby was the hardest and most painful birth. She had to be vacuumed out. She was stuck. It was terrible. Glad my baby having days are over.

nendhsiwjru 6 kids; Denver, Co, United States 37137 posts
Jun 7th '13

1- about 30 min
2- about 5 min
3- about 15 min

TabithaB Due November 10 (girl); Clarksville, Tennessee 397 posts
Jun 7th '13

I stated pushing at 11:45 pm and she was born at 12:05am...so 20 mins.

bfenway 51 kids; Huntersville, North Carolina 1538 posts
Jun 7th '13

1st half hour
2nd 2 pushes
3rd 2 1/2 pushes.

i thought it was easier with each one, but all women are different

J+B=Z&L ♡ 2 kids; Pensacola, Florida 5968 posts
Jun 7th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting homes cool:</b>" First I had an epidural and labored in a hospital bed. Second I labored at home and had no drugs. Got ... [snip!] ... up with a very severe tear, and 163 stitches with my first. I was determined to not let that happen again & it didn't!"</blockquote>




163 stitches :shock: :shock: :shock:



Holy hannah that's intense..

<3CL&AC<3 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Grande Prairie, AB, Canada 2514 posts
Jun 7th '13

3 hours. It took forever and they even had the surgeon ready to perform an emergency c-section, but he decided to try vacuuming her out first since she wasn't showing any signs of distress. The vacuum was successful, but I remember praying they would just cut me open. After 30+ hours of labor and pushing for 3 hours I was mentally and physically drained and was just ready for it all to be over with.

Buckeye Due August 13; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Mt Gilead, Ohio 882 posts
Jun 7th '13

1st was 30 mins
2nd was 15 mins
3rd was 5 pushes

* Clairebear * 1 child; 1 angel baby; Ireland 5063 posts
Jun 7th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting tinana+2:</b>" I never got to the pushing stage :cry:"</blockquote>




Me neither! :( I just remembered there that one of my aunts just pushed once with her daughter and she shot out lol. No tears or stitches either.

TrixieGirl Due July 4; 1 child; Maryland 1175 posts
Jun 7th '13

I pushed for 3 hours on every contraction with my first and then, after three hours and a vacume assist as well as the midwife trying to repostion the baby since he was sunny side up, he started to be at risk due to elevated HR and having a bowel movment and I had to be taken for emergency c section...I wish you the best on your next delivery

Lil Dude's Mamma [7 weeks Due December 27; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Argentina 2596 posts
Jun 7th '13

I got the Epidural and pushed only three times. Got me quite a tear, though.

D+S+G= ♥ 1 child; Alaska 29971 posts
Jun 7th '13

With my son I pushed for 15 minutes, 3-4 pushes. And he was a bigger baby, no tearing or cutting thankfully!

ℐustice ℛenee Due November 17 (boy); 1 child; Georgia 1060 posts
Jun 7th '13

3 hours. :\