He was away camping with some family members but he really wanted to be here for the birth of his first great-granddaughter. I remember a few hours later that I knew for sure that I was in labor. I was starting to get contractions. The nurses made me walk around the hospital and even though all I wanted to do was lay in bed. I didn 't want an epidural but I did get some pain medicines in my I.V.
She hit the nurse’s button, the nurse went in to the room, saw me then walked out and brought back crackers, a gown( for my mother to wear) and a Plastic bag (for my mom can put her dirty clothes in). My mom got dressed and called my grandmother to let her know what happened. She passed the phone to me “Dakota are you going to be okay?” my grandmother asked frantically. “No, I want you here grandma, I was feeling better with you here” I said crying. “I know you want to get a good sleep, and I’m sorry” My grandmother told me not to worry and she drove to the hospital to release my mom and stayed with me.
I want to be apart of saving someone 's life just like my grandmothers nurse saved her life. When my grandmother had a stroke, she had to be in the hospital for like two weeks. Her blood pressure would be going up and down and her sugar levels would not want to stay stable either. The nurse she had her name was rachel, she had the biggest smiles I had ever seen. She loved my grandmother she would come and chat with us anytime she could.
The video started by explaining the reasons why women get c- sections. For example, cesarean births happen because of medical conditions, previous c-sections, difficulties in labor, and the baby or the mother is distress. About nine people worked on the c- section surgery. In the process of beginning the cesarean birth, a nursed shaved the patient. Then they made sure if she did not feel pain before they proceed with the surgery.
I remember wanting to just take her home from the hospital and the rehab facility and take care of her myself. Sadly, my mother wanted to live with my older sister after being discharged from the hospital. At first I decided to pursue nursing and even started out as a nurse aide. I loved being a nurse aide. I loved taking care of patients.
In the hospital, the doctor uses the medicines and procedures to allow the woman birth to be easier, but sometimes that process has effects on the baby. Hospitals are depicted as institution fro health but they are actually business. Like any other business, the hospitals want to increase the payments they receive from their patients therefore give little choices for patients to choose from when giving birth other tha... ... middle of paper ... ...hing and lovely scene in this video. It was also the touching time to the mother getting their baby on their hands. Through the video, I could get some knowledge and understand how hard and pain my mom was when she had my sisters and me.
These people would surround her with love and support that made the whole birthing process a true moment to remember. Since the first hospital birth, having a baby has gone from an emotionally stimulating event to an every-day affair that takes the bonding out of childbirth. Any woman who gives birth to her baby in a hospital is losing out on the wonderful experience of a home birth. Females should allow themselves to experience birth in its most natural form before giving themselves up to the world of medicine and treating their labor as if it were something to be frightened of. It is like Jane Weideman said.
She loved her mother, but worried she might make the situation more difficult than necessary. Jenn accompanied Tara and Charlotte to speak to the doctor, so that Tara wouldn’t have to leave the floor to relay the information to their mother. Doctor Najami escorted the women into Tom’s room. “Don’t be frightened by the machines he’s hooked up to.” The doctor warned. “Each machine monitors his vitals.” The doctor stopped in front of the nurses’ station and directed them, with his hand, into a room surrounded by glass walls.
I was afraid as I went through several stages of labor and its difficulty, after which I was transferred to ICU where I finally had my child through a cesarean surgery. It was the nurse who held my hand and encouraged me verbally throughout my delivery process and transition into my motherhood experience. Thus, i learned how important it is that we must help our patients make a commitment to continue to
The told my parents they found something in the scan. So they sent them to a neurosurgeon and they scheduled a MRI to see if what they found was right. The neurosurgeon called my parents into a room after the test and they were told what they found. When my parents got home and they had something to tell us so we sat in the living room and my mom said your sister is very sick and they found something in the back of her had and she needs to have surgery to take it out. I was in fifth grade then so they did not tell us everything but I knew what it was my little sister had cancer.