style=”text-align: left;”>continued from When Fetus Ladaga Became Infant Ladaga Part 1
December 25, 2010
Anyway I think I gave out 6 timed pushes until they said, “Isa na lang, lumalabas na yung ulo, give us yung malakas na push.” And so I did, but I was surprised na ganun lang kabilis! I was expecting to be in active labor for at least 2 hours. After I did, wala pa rin. So Doc Guada said, “Isa pa!”, and I gave it my all, push kung push! Honestly I was inspired when I learned malapit na. And then I felt something really painful coming out of me, and then I also felt a blade ripping my vajayjay (this I was dreading so much! But when it happeened, the pain was negligible compared to the coming out of the baby), and then I felt relief. I heard a loud, deep cry of my baby. T hen I was again administered anaesthesia (Dr. Anesthesia was there again) before Doc Guada sewed my vajayjay. Again, I dreaded this but it wasn’t that painful, thanks to Doc Anesthesia. By the way, I was able to look at the clock when the baby was born, and even uttered, “12:10 am lumabas si baby.”
HERE IS PART 3: When Fetus Ladaga Became Infant Ladaga Part 3
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