Motherhood – Part One: A Crash Course In Stigma (3)
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I began to pace the house, trying to move things along, and became a little too attached to the Entonox. At one point, on all fours on the bed, I neglected to release the mouthpiece between contractions, and instead kept breathing it deeply. Suddenly, I was hallucinating - and lost my connection with what was actually happening. I looked up, with no idea of how much time had passed, and saw the midwife appear in front of me, standing next to my husband, wearing a plastic apron. I felt an overwhelming physical relief, and...
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