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Originally Posted by loraeileen
Pitocin induces you and gives you hard contractions that are way, way worse than normal contractions, as I understand. I had that too. My midwife insists that labor is apples and oranges with a pit induction vs. natural - it's very hard to stay natural with pitocin because the contractions come so hard and violently that you don't get the natural breathing room most women get during labor. So I think it would be hard to know if you'd need an epidural now - I am really believing in this theory myself.
Mag Sulfate makes you feel as though you are swimming in lakes of fire, although it's supposedly to stop you from having a seizure. Supposedly. You would not forget Mag Sulfate. They pack ice around your neck because the heat is so horrible in your veins, and the baby comes out all floppy. I'd already had one seizure, and if they were letting you walk around, I think you probably did not?
I agree with magnesium supplementation. Things that have magnesium:
*chocolate banana crepes
*calcium-magnesium supplements they sell at any pharmacy
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