Stephanie was in labour for two hours at home where she felt no discomfort at all. When her surges were 3 minutes apart, she decided to go to the hospital. She described that the drip (Intravenous catheter insertion) the nurse did on her hand was more painful than her surges (contractions). Watch her sharing in these videos.
“I gave birth on 8 December 2015 to little Louna. After two hours at home in labour it seems, but I wasn’t sure I was in labour, because I was not in pain. It was like every 3 minutes so I use the Surge Breathing at that time but I still wasn’t sure I was in labour so I was staying at home hoping the pain will come. But no pain was there. So after two hours I lost the mucus plug so I decided to go to the hospital with my friend. It was in the middle of the night at 2.00am, so we reached the hospital at 2.40am and I was 6cm dilated. Then it was a bit of a rush, 20 minutes later, I was fully opened. At that time I was using Surge Breathing, they ask me to push, of course I wasn’t listening to what they were saying. I was using J Breath which helped me a lot and the baby came after 10 minutes. So, within 3 hours 10 minutes, Louna came into this world.”