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amazing journey to motherhood


Hi

I know i havent written in a long time,but i was so busy with my son as he is growing so fast ,i was just thinking that when we concieve a baby not knowing if it is boy or girl but always want the baby be in good health ,but slightly any problem  occurs we get so scared ...i have my own expierience on it ...
When i concieved i was in a diellama is it a right time for the baby?Am i ready to take the responsibility of the baby?As i prepared my self new problems raised i had little bleeding in the first three months for which i was very scared so this how i spent my first trimester.

In the second trimester i started expierincing the roller coaster drive in my stomach but my baby was too good that it didnt kick or move rapidly in the womb...in this time i was missing my mom so had a trip to mu SIL's place which i enjoyed and within no time my second trimester passed .

In the third trimester i got a blow of my life ,i got to know that the baby was suffering from hydronephrosis and at this time we had joy also that we will having a baby boy ,for which we started researching on names we decided on "MAYANK"..but i was still missing my mom..
as the day was nearing i hoped that my mom be with me as my wish came true my mom came to visit me ...On 18th april i asked ragu to take me out and he took me to woodfield mall i roamed for 4 hours,when i came home i was tired and i slept around 4 am i started having pains i thought it was gas pains i drank jeera water after which the pain didnt stop , at home i practised the breathing technique which i watched in television ,but my hubby was making fun he said see my son will arrive on saturday as i told ..when we reached hospital it was 7:30 am they checked me and said i had dilated 6 cm and the pain was unbareable i didnt want epidural but my hubby sweetheart insisted on taking ,after which my pain stopped bothering me around 2:30 pm i started pushing it was quite difficult but raghu helped me a lot and at 2:55pm our sweety pie came to this world and we named him "PRADHAN"
This is how my journey of pregnacy completed

akshata

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