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Who wouldve known that on April 14 2013 my life would have changed Itstarted of that morning I was eating chocolate chip pancakes and eggswhen all of a sudden I started having pinch like sensations in my lowerback I ignored it since my back was always hurting these past fewmonths A couple of hours passed by and I kept having that pain but itwas now a bit stronger and it was lasting longer I was already 38 weekspregnant so I thought it might mean that im going into labor but sinceIve been having the same pain since I was 30 weeks I didnt really payattention to it Around 3 pm it started hurting even stronger and it would come and goevery 5 minutes so I told my parents We gathered my sons diaper bagand clothes for me to wear just in case I was actually going into laborWe rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital and I went into the Maternitysection The nurse put me in some really uncomfortable white bed withwheels and put some blue machine strapped around my belly The machinewas measuring my sons heartbeat and how long and strong my contractionswere They also checked to see if I was dilated to give birth you haveto be 10 cm dilated and I was only 2 cm So the nurse told me to walkaround the hospital for two hours and come back to her apparentlywalking makes you dilate faster and she also told me that the hospitalcant admit me until Im at least 4 cm So I went walking around thewhole hospital which believe it or not isnt as big as you think it is Those two hours went by slower than usual The worse part was that Icouldnt have anything in my stomach and that was killing me I haventeaten since the eggs and pancakes this morning so I was starving andjust the thought that I couldnt eat anything made it worse So I wasalready
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