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My birth plan is changing because of the pandemic, and as my due date gets closer, I’m realizing that the hospital birth I want is going to be a bit different than I always hoped.

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27 thoughts on “how the pandemic changed my birth plan | ความรู้ในการดูแลสุขภาพ”

  1. I'm watching your entire pregnancy Playlist as a procrastination tool while struggling with the redaction of my master's dissertation and I'm living for it 😁 (already watched the end of your pregnancy vlogs when they were first published but who cares you're such a bundle of joy)

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  2. I'm only 10 weeks pregnant, so it's hard to say what my birth plan is gonna be like. I am comfortable with just having my partner there, but the whole birth aspect is TERRIFYING to me.

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  3. I had my baby 01/4/21 and as well I wanted my mom there. I was only allowed my husband which I was too grateful for but had my mom on FaceTime on and off & during the pushing process. My delivery was horrible tho and so much happened that I WISH my mom was there. We had no birthing classes available in my area so being first time parents, during a pandemic, without my mom was absolutely horrible. But my baby boy is here and healthy now as he approaches 3 months in a few weeks. I get how you feel cuz I got married and pregnant during covid. My wedding was cancelled 2 weeks prior to wedding day and limited down to 8 people HOURS before the ceremony. And I’ve had SO MANY emotions throughout it all. Including going to ER alone because I was dehydrated due to morning sickness and they wouldn’t let anyone come in with me. Pregnancy during a pandemic is rough. But we have our next pregnancies that will feel like first time pregnancies because it will be so different for us where our partners can come to doc visits and we will be allowed to have more people in delivery room and literally everything.. PUTTING IT IN THE WORLD.

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  4. My sister-in-law is pregnant and it just occurred to me that I won’t get to see the baby in the hospital. Of course I understand and I couldn’t be happier to be an aunt but I would definitely hate to hear just get over it. Like I’m allowed to be sad about that.

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  5. This pregnancy is my second and has been so so hard… I feel so frustrated from the pandemic going along to all appt.. But I am grateful because is it going to be only my husband and I at the hospital

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  6. Gave birth in September, I was sad I didn’t get to do a baby shower since I also didn’t have one with my first, but I was glad I was only allowed my husband in the room for birth, and wasn’t allowed visitors in hospital. Those first few days with baby were HARD and I relished the fact I had some time to myself and with baby just us before it got overwhelming with people asking for pictures, and visitors etc.
    I know you wanted a whole support system, and it IS sad you can’t have exactly what you envisioned. I hope you find a good sense of peace and happiness with it all after babe is born.

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  7. I love your blogs sooooooo much! I’m due May 5th with our first baby and I am so excited!!!!! We are a military family and we just moved across the country from our family for the first time so when we found out we were pregnant, I already knew it was going to be a little more lonely than I wanted for my first pregnancy. But I hate that I can’t have my mom come and be with me, just my mom, I want her there so bad but it hurts knowing she can’t come and be there for the birth. So I totally understand where you are coming from with the having things you aren’t happy with with the pandemic pregnancy. It really stinks! But we are going to make the most of it!

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  8. So I'm only 24 weeks and I'll be induced at 37 weeks, and I originally planned on having my mom and dad in the room with myself and my husband but since we are allowed one person, I've found myself realizing I truly don't need anyone but my wonderful husband and I think it will make the birthing and labor experience even better and more intimate and bring us closer since we will be the only ones going through it together ♥️

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  9. I don’t know how it is in other parts of the country but I live in Chi ago and we have had some warm 60 degree days and it feels like there is hope in the air. I think with all that happened last spring and summer the hope of spring and warmth is stronger

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  10. I’m sad about missing most things during my pregnancy, however; I am happy for the one visitor policy. I have always wanted it to just be my husband and I but our family is so pushy. I know I couldn’t put up the fight to say no visitors. Kinda of happy the hospital is doing it for me.

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  11. I found out I was pregnant in may 2020. I was 12 weeks. So I was pregnant the whole of 2020 and had my baby in January 2021. In the Uk where we’ve had 3 lockdowns. So we were in lockdown when I gave birth. It was my first baby. I don’t regret being pregnant and wouldn’t have waited because of a pandemic. As it took us 3 and half years to get pregnant. So I’m grateful to have my baby boy now and wouldn’t change anything xx

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  12. If you are a winter person and a beach person you would get all the seasons in New England for sure. The only thing is the ocean water in New England is a tad bit colder than what you are used to even during the hottest weeks of summer. But, you would get a cold Christmas, see snow and enjoy each changing season which is why I won't move from here. I don't like to be hot so I deal with the cold winters because the hot times around here aren't nearly as long as the cooler and more comfortable days. I can layer up to stay warm, but walking around naked because you are hot is a bit frowned upon lol.

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  13. I was pregnant through 2020, had our rainbow baby in October. I 100% grieved missing a lot of the normal pregnancy and baby experiences however I was able to find the bright side in some of those things. For example, I was also disappointed I couldn’t have any family or friends at the hospital after our baby girl was born but I think it was actually a blessing in disguise. It gave my husband and I a couple days to really bond with our baby and revel in our new family. So I recommend really cherishing that time, it’s so precious ❤️

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  14. I'm 4 days post partum right now, my partner was only able to come to one appointment my whole pregnancy and I was only allowed one support person at my birth. It was my choice to get pregnant during a pandemic but I definitely grieved the things I missed, don't feel bad about that. I will say though that not being able to have visitors at the hospital was kind of nice, it gave me a chance to take a sec with just my baby and partner.

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  15. My daughter is due in May and I'm sad that I can't be in there with her even tho I'll be going out to Nevada when she has the baby but I'll miss seeing my first grandbaby being born.

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