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In this week’s episode, Alice Bingham discusses the births of her son Cruz and daughter Winter Rose. After struggling to conceive for 9 months Alice was over joyed when she became pregnant. Alice’s labour with Cruz began with her waters going and then an unexplained bleed which was very traumatic. As contractions hadn’t started and her water’s had gone, Alice was induced to progress the labour. Alice had an epidural and pushed for 30 minutes and had her healthy baby boy. On day three Cruz was admitted back into the hospital to have 24hours of phototherapy to treat jaundice. Alice was admitted back into the pediatric ward for Cruz's treatment and she was able to have some one on one assistance with a lactation consultant which really helped her gain confidence with breastfeeding.
placenta abrasion, Phototherapy, Induction epidural, Toddler jealously, Sciatic pain, Jaundice, Lactation consultant
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