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New View our newest members. Online See who is currently logged in. Popular View the most popular profiles. Gallery View members who have recently uploaded a photo. Larger women often do 'measure large' in pregnancy, making it appear to the doctor like they are going to have huge babies, so they are often subject to a great deal of intervention as a result. It is not realistic to expect a size 5 woman and a size 26 baby to have the same fundal measurements, despite a similarly-sized baby; larger women start with more padding and therefore generally tend to measure larger all along.

What's more important is the consistency of measurement; if you always measure 3 cm 'bigger' and then suddenly measure 7 cm bigger, the doctor will have a more legitimate reason for concern. However, do be aware that measuring fundal height is extremely subjective; two different providers often come up with different measurements on the same person, same day.

Also, the baby's position can influence a sudden increase in measurement as well. My first pregnancy was uneventful during pregnancy and birth. My second pregnancy's labor was 6 hours, start to finish. Very intense, short births! I maintained a good diet and took my vitamins. What is ironic is that they kept saying I wasn't in labor because no contractions showed up on the monitor both births due to my "padding" monitoring me for contractions is useless.

However when I was checked I was 4cm and moving quickly. Baby born few hours later. So much for me not being in labor! I managed to convince them by throwing up: Once they realized they simply couldn't pick up the contractions, they were more accommodating. They were very good in every other aspect of my labor except for the epidural which they "wet tapped", meaning they went too far causing unbelievable headaches for days.

My weight did not play into my doctor's decisions, but I was very carefully in finding an OB that would not give me a hassle as I had run across that before and refused to accept it for this pregnancy! Here is the link to my birth story: An awesome home water birth. He weighed in at 9 lbs. Robyn labored and delivered in a tub or birthing pool, supported by her family and her doula, midwife, etc. About this birth, she says "It was very different having this baby at home.

My first two were hospital epidural births. It was nice not to have monitors and vaginal exams or have to deal with strangers at the hospital. I would definitely do it again at home. It wasn't exactly what I imagined it would be like, but the experience was good. Baby 4, a girl, was also born at home a few years later.

Here is her story. I started having contractions early. They would peter out and then come back. I went to the midwives' office and had her check me. Still no change from last week, 2 cm and no effacement. She stretched my cervix and I was a good 3 before I left. After a few hours of steady contractions, I had the midwife come check me. No change, still 3 though. She stretched again using the Evening Primrose Oil, and I got to 4. The contractions were strong and steady but manageable.

After a long discussion on it, I decided to have her break my water. The contractions were extreme then! I got in the shower and just labored. Lights off, in the dark. The midwife just sat by the shower door and talked me through contractions. I had a house full of people, but I had them all stay on the other side of the house. The midwife said I needed to get out and move around. About 15 minutes out of the shower I asked to get in the tub.

I was really having to work through contractions now with a lot of vocalizing and saying, "no, no, no! Once I did I relaxed and felt pressure. The next contraction I yelled 'push' and just grunted and pushed. She came out all in one motion. No tearing, although it felt like I tore. She is doing great and nursing well. I still can't believe she is here! I always know the pain is hard, but the end results are worth it. I couldn't tell myself that at the time though. I figured [the midwife] would check me and I would still be the same!

I was shocked when I felt her move down so quickly and then out, all in the span of about 2 minutes. My water was broken at 2: Same 2 hours it took her brother before her! Kimberly's Story posterior, induced vaginal birth. Another 'typical posterior' story. Her bag of waters broke before labor not unusual with posterior babies because they tend to put uneven pressure on the amniotic sac , she dilated but had an 'anterior lip' 9.

Although it's not easy for a baby to be born posterior, it can certainly happen, especially if the baby's head finally molded enough to go through, the head slipped into a better position, or the chin suddenly tucked down which reduces the head diameter that has to go through. Whatever happened, something occurred that allowed the baby to be born suddenly. This second baby had a touch of jaundice, but that is common aftereffect of induction with pitocin.

I guess you could say I am a classic example of how average and "normal" a pregnancy and birth can be for a larger woman. C was conceived easily, one month after we started 'trying'. I found that my heightened sense of smell, couple with all-day morning sickness made eating a less-than-wonderful chore. In the end I delivered at a weight of and left the hospital at , almost 20 lbs.

All of my health-care providers nurses, etc. My labor was induced with iv pitocin because my water had broken without real contractions for more than 12 hours.

The presentation was [posterior], which slowed things down considerably, and put me in misery with back labor. During the final hours of labor I spent at least The nurse also talked me through a lot of visualization, who knows if that helped? It almost seems like I was keeping her stuck because I couldn't relax through the pain. The baby "got stuck" trying to pass into the birth canal and the doctors had decided that a cesarean was in order, which was fine by me at that point was stuck at 9.

When they mentioned c-section I finally relaxed because I knew that I wouldn't have to do the impossible push her out and BOOM there she was. The baby had other plans! As I was being wheeled across the hall to the shiny metal-filled delivery room, she decided she was coming "unstuck" and fast I was crowning in the hall and I shrieked that the baby was coming NOW and a nurse reached down and held her in till we got to delivery.

She shot out like a wriggling cannonball as my husband put it about 5 seconds later. She had a touch of jaundice but that didn't even require bili lights and we went home about 40 hours later. Christina's Story med-free vaginal birth. Christina is a doula, a professional labor-support person. My first 2 pregnancies were completely average. I was at the beginning of my first, gained 25 lbs and promptly lost it within a month after the baby. My second pregnancy I gained close to 70 lbs, still haven't lost it yet.

When we set about trying for our 3rd I only briefly thought about my weight. I knew many big moms who did fine so I figured I would too. I choose to see a midwife, which was the best decision I made. She never commented on my weight in a negative way. We talked about eating healthy and trying to drink water and that was about it. I felt comfortable with her and tried to eat sensibly.

My pregnancy progressed as normal, I didn't gain much until the end. But even then my midwife never commented to me. I guess, my focus was on having a healing birth after the trauma of my second, long story about that. So I never really thought about my weight as a factor. I was very lucky to have both a midwife and a loving husband to support me. The labor part was wonderful. I was in labor for about 10 hours. It went absolutely the way it should.

At the end when he was out we all thought he was a little big but had no idea until they weighed him how big he was. I'm so happy about the way the pregnancy went and how the labor was that we are trying for our 4th now. I am heavier now than at my top pregnancy weight but I don't even think about it. I guess sites like these have helped me realize how weight is just a number and the point in life is to feel comfortable with yourself.

This mom had a terrible birth experience the first time around. Although the birth was vaginal, it was very traumatic and the treatment very poor. Vaginal births can be very traumatic sometimes. Nancy Wainer Cohen calls these "vaginal cesareans", and they too often need healing. It's also interesting to note that the poor treatment she received was at the hands of on-call hospital midwives who handled her birth; in her second birth she had the private OB she saw for prenatals in both pregnancies.

Proof that on occasion, midwives aren't always better! Aliza worked very proactively the second time around to change things. She used her supportive and size-friendly OB for birth too not just prenatals , hired a doula professional labor support person , worked on body trust, and actively did positive visualizations of birth, etc.

I'm originally from Melbourne, Australia, although I've been living in Israel for the past ten years. The system here is quite different from the States. You can even have a number of midwives throughout a single delivery as they change shifts every 8 hours.

One may also see a private doctor at own expense throughout one's pregnancy and may also take this same dr. My first pregnancy resulted in a miscarriage at about 10 weeks in March After that I tried naturally to conceive including losing a significant amount of weight which my dr. When that didn't help and I was feeling desperate, I finally said I wanted help.

My son was conceived on my first round of Clomid. Second Pregnancy, First Birth: From the very beginning of the pregnancy I was pessimistic. From the third week one week after conception I had severe abdominal pain which my dr. By the end of the fourth month, the pains subsided I had basically been experiencing the pains whenever I moved and had quit my job and put myself on bed rest and I then began questioning my dr.

Regarding my weight, he had said originally that I would probably put on less than thin women and he would like to see no more than a 6 kg gain. I lost steadily in the first few months and my the end of the ninth month, I'd gained a total of 8kg which was fine with him. This constant worrying and not knowing what would happen worked havoc on my sanity and by the time I was induced at 42 weeks, I was a mental mess. The treatment in the hospital was vastly different from my private dr.

They made me feel bad as if it was my fault that my BP was up, as if no thin women ever had elevated BP in late pregnancy. The labour itself was extremely traumatic in a number of respects. Firstly, the hospital staff made me feel like they were doing me a favour and I was induced at Secondly, queries by myself, my husband or my labour coach were dismissed as bothersome. Any efforts on our part to create a different kind of labour experience were met with disdain if not direct opposition such as a desire to remove the monitor temporarily, to walk around the labour ward, to change positions etc.

Finally, I don't feel as if I received any support from the staff to boost my confidence in my ability to birth my baby. Fortunately, my son was delivered in exactly 30 minutes weighing 4.

I don't know if the dr's response was due to my weight or not. The placenta took more than 40 minutes to be delivered and then the midwives were not sure if it was complete.

By the time the dr. Needless to say, I was traumatized. I felt as if I'd been physically and emotionally raped. My body had been invaded, pushed and shoved, pulled and manipulated. It took me many months to realize the extent of the trauma I'd been through. I don't know how much of my experiences with the medical staff was due to my weight but another significant factor that cannot be ignored is the fact that I am an English-speaking immigrant in a Middle Eastern country - the cultural gap is significant and the attitudes towards birth very different.

I do know that they definitely did nothing to reassure me that it wasn't my fault and at my six week check-up I discussed these events with my private dr. Third Pregnancy, Second Birth: My second baby's birth was an extremely exciting and spiritual event and this is my birth story. After my first baby 2.

My son's birth was preceded by 6 weeks of medical intervention which left me feeling like my body was awful and couldn't function as it should have and that my size was the cause of all the problems. It took a long time but by the time my daughter was conceived, I had begun to like my pregnant body. As the pregnancy continued my self-esteem grew and that confidence was boosted by a completely uneventful pregnancy.

For the first time ever I felt like my body wasn't betraying me and I began to respect my body. So although as my due date approached I began to feel anxious, I tried to get in touch with my body and show respect for the process that was happening inside of me. On Friday afternoon I took a bath in lavender oil to help me relax and continued with my visualizations which I'd been doing in the last few weeks - imagining my uterus opening up and allowing by baby to be born through it.

My water broke at 4: I spent a lovely day with my family and friends until early evening when I contacted my doctor who asked me to come in.

I arrived at the hospital some 16 hours after my waters broke and had managed to induce contractions using nipple stimulation for a half hour in the car on the way in. My OB gave me a hospital room to rest in for the night and said he'd see me in the morning or when anything started happening. I sent my husband to my brother's house nearby and told him to get some sleep.

I decided to try having a shower to see if that would help move things along. By the time I got out of the shower a short time later, my contractions were strong and I was feeling shaky in between the contractions. I was a little nervous so I called my doula who said it was time for her to come.

For the next three hours I experienced strong but irregular contractions. I varied my positions and walked a lot to accelerate labor but by 4: By now, I'd been up for 24 hours so I decided to get some rest. After sleeping for two hours, my OB returned and checked me. Since I had discussed these fears with my doula and OB during the pregnancy we had worked out how I would handle such a similar scenario and thus when my OB said he had to use pitocin to get labor going I knew I would get an epidural to help me with the pain.

It was 9am by the time the pitocin was started and my epidural was already in place. The labor went very quickly from then on and although despite two attempts with the epidural, it was not working as it should. For 25 minutes my doula worked with me to help me concentrate on not pushing and at exactly 1: Exactly 6 minutes and three contractions later my beautiful daughter was born.

She was delivered straight onto my stomach and my husband cut the cord. A few minutes later the placenta was delivered and I had one stitch to repair a very minor tear. My daughter nursed immediately and we were left alone to bond and rest. A short while after the birth I hopped of the bed, freshened up and walked to the maternity ward full of energy albeit tired. My doula had been a wonderful source of emotional support and physical help. She knew what my concerns were and was able to help me through the fear as well as rub my back between contractions and give a lot of encouragement.

My OB was wonderful also in that he gave me the space to try for the type of birth I wanted. My OB treated me, throughout, like any other pregnant woman and made no comment about my weight.

At no time during the pregnancy or labor did he make me feel handicapped by my weight but rather was tremendously encouraging and positive. My husband was there the whole time and I cannot imagine going through birth without his continued presence and support. Throughout, I felt surrounded by people who were caring and considerate of my feelings and what I was going through and they all helped me make this birth experience the best it could be. Heather's Story baby malposition, 2 vaginal births.

It's not clear, but it looks like this one was not truly turned around, just a little 'off', since it was easily corrected by a vacuum extractor. Baby was probably asynclitic or a tad transverse in the head only. Baby 2 came easily and quickly; see what a difference a properly positioned baby can make! I had my first baby when I was After a comfortable and uneventful pregnancy I went into labor 1 week shy of my due date.

I knew I was already dilated 3 cm. For the last three months I had told my doctor that the baby didn't move much, and he seemed okay with that, but when I went in to the hospital with contractions 4 minutes apart they were very concerned that I hadn't felt her move very much. They immediately put monitors on me and ordered an ultrasound, apparently I had little to no amniotic fluid. They tried to rupture my membranes, but nothing happened.

I stayed in bed on my back with a rolled towel under my right side for 17 hours and I had three failed attempts at an epidural- so I was feeling everything. I started to push at 9pm, she moved less than 1 cm in almost three hours of pushing. She started dropping her heart rate with each contraction. My OB walks in and announces without explanation he will try to vacuum-extract her and if doesn't work in the next ten minutes I will be having an emergency c-section.

We found out her head was stuck because it was rotated the wrong direction and she came out within a few minutes with the vacuum. I was thinking "Why didn't you do that 2 hours ago? She was born at She was quiet and needed a little stimulation to breathe. She went straight to the nursery and was on an oxygen hood for the night. She in now a perfectly healthy four year-old. My second daughter was a completely different experience.

My water broke at home. We went to the hospital; I was not having contractions I could feel. They started me on pitocin, I had an epidural and slept on and off for a few hours. I was stuck at 5 cm for about three hours and they called in my midwife. When she checked me I was 8cm. She said she'd be back in 30 minutes to see how dilated I was- fifteen minutes later I had to send my mother to get her because the baby was coming- NOW! Two good pushes later K came into the world at 2: I held her for three hours and got to nurse her.

Her birth was a much more pleasant story. My second baby was a wonderful vaginal delivery, except for needing the pitocin. Sandra M's Story homebirth. Homebirth, labored in a pool, birthed on a bed. Two days before my due date, I woke up at 5, feeling "something". I felt it every 5 minutes, lasting 30 seconds, so I knew these were contractions, it wasn't painful, but I couldn't sleep, so I watched some TV.

At 7 my husband woke up, we showered, got dressed, and drove to the Dr's office. We arrived there at 12 noon, I was told to walk around for 2 hours to see if we can get things moving and yep, it got things moving!

Contractions were now minutes apart, lasting 45 seconds, painful but the breathing technique I used really helped. I then took a long shower till 3: We later on learned that my water broke in the shower. The midwife checked me - 3. An hour later I wanted some ease from the pain and asked for an epidural. The anesthesiologist arrived quickly, the nurse checked me, I was 6 cm. It took him 2 trials until he got the needle in didn't hurt at all. The nurse checked again - I was 9 cm, and started feeling the need to push, so the nurse told him to put only a bit of the stuff, just to take the edge off, since I am going to be pushing soon, and need to feel the contractions.

The epidural was great, I felt the contractions but they weren't painful. I only had about 10 minutes to enjoy this and then I was 10 cm and felt the need to push. It took about 6 hard pushes and at 6 she was out. My beautiful baby girl was born!!! April's Story induction, vaginal birth. I had a doctor's appointment the morning of December 23rd, one of our weekly checkups at that point.

Our favorite doctor was on that day, thank goodness. She said that we probably would go into labor anytime now or she could get things going for us. We opted for the induction so we'd have a little more control over the situation. Or so we thought. The doctor stripped my membrane then and told us to get to the hospital, which is right next door, to be induced.

We didn't have our labor bag with us, not expecting to go to the hospital that day. The doctor said for DH to get me checked in and then he'd have plenty of time to get home, get our stuff and get back.

The doctor came in and broke my waters, and the nurses started up my IV with some Pitocin. My other labor partner, K, came in and DH headed home. I started having contractions right after she broke my water and then the Pitocin kicked in. The nurses turned it up I think three times or so until the contractions were 1 - 2 minutes apart. It was right about then that I got sick for the first time. It happened once more after that and I was very glad that I hadn't eaten much that morning.

I only had an orange and some juice that the nurses gave me when I started into labor. Then I decided enough was enough and I asked for some pain meds. The nurse checked me and I was four cm at that point, so they gave me a dose of Nubain. I was a little loopy for the rest of the time. DH called on his cell phone to check on me and let me know he was on his way. I told him the contractions were 1 - 2 minutes apart and that he'd better step on it. He got there and helped me through the next 45 minutes of contractions.

My memory of this time period is really fuzzy thanks to the drugs and the amnesia, but he tells me my contractions came pretty much one on top of the other from then on. I guess we should have figured out that I was in transition at that point. I remember having really weird contractions that I could not breathe through all of a sudden. Then I remember the nurse checking me again and telling us that I was 10 cm dilated and had no cervix left.

We were ready to push! I just had my pain meds an hour ago and I was only 4 cm dilated. The nurses told DH later that they have never seen anyone dilate that fast on the Nubain.

That happens with the intrathecal fentanyl, but not usually the Nubain. They got me set up in the stirrups in a semi-sitting position and told me to go ahead and push. On the first push, they could see her head. Pushing itself was very satisfying.

It felt good to push and I never thought I'd be saying that. It was such an overwhelming need to push that baby out. I still can't get over that part of it. I don't remember hearing anyone else's voice except my husband's for most of the delivery. He kept coaching me to push and counting out loud for each 10 count during the contractions. Then her head delivered. The doctor suctioned out her nose and mouth a little and then helped her shoulders to turn.

Then she reached back to pick up a blanket keeping one hand on the baby's head. Just then I had a contraction and she came shooting out with a whoosh! The doctor almost dropped her she came so fast. My labor partner, who is an EMT, jumped to help catch her.

But, she was fine and the doctor put her on my stomach. I remember being just amazed that this little warm, slippery creature had just come out of me and was now crying on my stomach. We were both doing well by the next day so the doctors said we could go home on Christmas Eve. So, we had our little girl home in time for Christmas. Many a tear was shed that night and the next day between DH and I.

Our daughter is a wonderful baby and we feel blessed everyday to have her with us. If you are still reading this long story and are trying to become pregnant, don't give up.

It can be done and don't let anyone discourage you because of your size either. I weighed lbs at her conception, gained 25 lbs during my pregnancy and have lost 15 pounds since her birth.

I had no problems with my weight, blood pressure, diabetes or anything else. And my labor was only four hours from start to finish. Women of size can have healthy children just like everyone else. Carol's story of back labor, difficult pain, waters breaking before labor, and having difficulty dilating beyond 3 cm at first raises the question of malposition posterior or asynclitic, etc. However, either that was not really the problem or the position corrected itself because her labor proceeded on to a normal vaginal birth.

The only time my doctor ever mentioned my weight was when I was losing too much from queasiness during the first trimester - and even that was just to make sure that I was TRYING to eat sensibly and not trying to diet during pregnancy.

My whole pregnancy was pretty uneventful. Morning sickness was limited to queasiness and disinterest in food - I hardly ever actually got sick. My blood pressure was always fine. All those other routine tests they do were always fine. I was still feeling pretty good when we checked into the hospital, and determined to have a natural birth, in spite of back labor.

We had taken a Bradley class, and were prepared with a bag full of massage toys. DH was getting me through the contractions okay. That is, until 8 hours had gone by since water breaking, and I hadn't gotten past 3 cm. The doctor on call insisted that we start the pitocin, because of the Group B Strep. I was still handling it okay, until the second time they increased the drip. There were a yucky couple of hours there, with lots of vomiting MAN, was I glad that I wasn't the one who had to clean up my messes!

And so I caved and asked for the epidural. I'm disappointed that we didn't have the birth of my dreams, but I'm happy with how things turned out. I really did feel great after the epidural, and pushing was a breeze. I got to have a mirror, and that was really neat! My nurse massaged and stretched me for an hour, and I give her some credit for me not having to get an episiotomy and only having minor tears with my big boy. Well, my wide hips might have had something to do with it.

My precious son is just the most wonderful little person in the whole wide world, and I'm thanking God several times a day for blessing us so greatly. Being a mommy is just so indescribably wonderful! Atheena R's Story Supersized, induction, vaginal birth. Another case where the doctor induced early because the 'baby looks like it's going to be big'.

However, inducing early for macrosomia continues to be standard procedure anyhow, especially with larger women, who tend to have larger babies as a group. This mother also tore excessively during the birth. Kmom wonders if this is because the doctor did manage to start an episiotomy after all episiotomies tend to result in much greater tearing, and the doctor apparently did already have the scalpel in hand , or if she tore so much because she pushed so hard to try to avoid an imminent episiotomy.

Repair of this led to a great deal of intervention, including sedation, intubation, and catheterization. Different care might have been able to avoid all this intervention, although it's hard to say for sure. At my week appointment, the doctor I saw said that my latest ultrasound indicated that my baby might be large, so she explained the dangers of shoulder dystocia and suggested I get an induction that weekend.

Then as I was driving home from the appointment, I was in a haze. I'm having a baby this weekend. I went in Sunday for a Cervadil treatment, which did nothing, so they sent me home. Before I left, then inserted another Cervadil application, which came out a few hours later when I lost my mucous plug although I didn't know that was what happened at the time. The next morning I went back to the hospital, and was on pitocin ALL day. I had contractions, but they weren't particularly bothersome.

When I described them as 'bad menstrual cramps', the nurses were a little discouraged. I was not really dilating or effacing either. That night they turned the pitocin drip down so that I could sleep, but Tuesday morning bright and early they cranked it back up. A series of doctors from my OB group dropped by during the course of my delivery.

They had an on-call system and I think I went through 4 of them during my stay. One of them was the doctor with whom I had most of my appointments, an older man who seemed to know everything about the childbirth process. He was surprised to see me there, felt my tummy, and said, "You know, I really don't think this baby is going to be that big. Tuesday around 5, they were just about ready to send me home again as a 'failed induction' when my water broke.

I was VERY happy, because the pitocin drip was getting a little tiresome by then. According to my birth class, I thought a baby was supposed to be delivered within 24 hours of the rupture. I could not WAIT to get the whole labor thing over with.

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