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  • Hello, Good morning Maam. Are you the nurse for today's shift? Is my OB-GYN available today? My stomach really hurts.
  • Hi Maam. Yes, I am on my morning shift and I will be assisting you for the next days. Dr. dela Cruz informed me to do internal examination first.
  • Good morning Ms. sarah. you're still at 5cm dilated and your doctor prescribed Pitocin to induce you. Is this your first childbirth experience?
  • Don't worry Ms. Sarah. This is a safe medical intervention. Some mother would say that it's more painful than unmedicated labor. Is it a boy or girl?
  • she's very calm unlike other first time mom. Some would scream and cry. 
  • This nurse keeps on checking me unlike the one on night shift. She's very soft spoken as well.
  • That's good to hear. It's a boy and a very big one.
  • Yes, this is my first and definitely my last. Btw, will there be no serious side effects if I will be induced? Will it not affect my baby?
  • You're 6cm dilated Ms. Sarah. We are almost there. I've never seen someone with their first childbirth who is as calm as you Maam.
  • Oh that's what my mom told me as well with my first child. But I still ended up crying. The pain is unbearable and incomparable. Our partners are so lucky. HAHA
  • Hehe. It's okay Ms. Sarah. My name is Jenny. you can just call me Jen
  • I'm just calm, because they say if you cry during your first childbirth then the you will be crying again on your next. They call it Malihian daw haha
  • Thank God!what was your name again? This pain is making me forgetful
  • Original Encounter: Sarah's is having mild contractions and her Ob-Gyne advised her to get admitted at the local hospital where she met Jenny, the labor delivery nurse.
  • When is Dr. dela Cruz coming here. This pain is excruciating. It's a 10/10
  • She informed me that she'll come in after with her clinic consultations. I will get the birth balls to help you exercise and open the cervix. You're alread 8cm dilated and the exercise will help you.
  • That was the longest 20 minutes of my life. I wouldn't know what to do If not for you and Dr. Jean. You were so determined to motivate me to push harder.
  • Emerging Identities:During the second day of her stay at the labor room, Sarah noticed that Jenny was well-mannered and knowledgeable. On the other hand, Jenny noticed that Sarah was incredibly calm despite the pain from contractions.
  • Hi Sar! Congrats on your baby! So pogi and healthy! You did really amazing pushing yesterday! I wasn't able to visit you because my shift ended.
  • EmphathyAs the days progress, Jenny was able to relate to the childbirth experience of Sarah as she has been through the same experience with her first child.
  • Mom, this is my nurse, Jenny. Jenny, this is my mom, Shannon.
  • Hello Jenny! Sarah told me a lot about you and how you're an incredible nurse! You've really go above the notch and was really considerate up until her delivery.
  • SympathyAs her contractions are getting stonger, Jenny knew what she can do to help Sarah's labor progress.
  • Rapport Sarah's labor was a success and she knew that the pitocin as well as the intervention of Jenny was very helpful to her and she was very thankful
  • THE FOLLOWING DAY
  • RapportSarah shared her meaningful brith experience with her Mom and that her nurse was super accommodating and very considerate all throughout the experience.
  • Hello, Ms. Shannon. Thank you for your warm words. Sarah was really brave despite her being alone due to COVID restrictions. She was still able to push through the excruciating pain of childbirth.
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