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Her heart. We were referred to a specialist and everything ended up looking normal. No signs of Down Syndrome, heart looked great, baby looked great. Fast forward to 40-weeks. There were no signs of her coming out so we scheduled a day to be induced. The next morning, I started having contractions so we went to the Elephant In Pocket Shirt hospital. They decided to keep me. I got all set up in the room but I was progressing very slowly so they decided they would still induce labor. I was bouncing on balls and in the shower.
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And doing all this crazy stuff and nothing was working. Once I was dilated to four, I decided I needed an epidural. I still wasn’t progressing very fast and I was in labor for about 24 hours. The overnight nurse said she could feel the Elephant In Pocket Shirtbaby’s hair. I was so happy she had hair. The next morning the epidural machine beeped and said that the medicine was going to run out in 10 minutes. My boyfriend frantically tried finding someone to fill it. No one could find the anesthesiologist and he was the only one.
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With the key to the medicine. My epidural ran out. Bring on full blown labor. The nurse said I was dilated to a nine now, but she said I couldn’t push. I just wanted this baby out, I just wanted to push her out. They called the Elephant In Pocket Shirt doctor and when she showed up, she told me she didn’t understand why they said I was at a nine, I wasn’t. They had my laying on my side, clenching like I was going to pee my pants. They kept telling me not to push. One nurse even said she didn’t want to deliver a baby today.