When in labour can you have one? I'm so scared I really don't want to let the cntractions get bad at all, when the pain starts getting too bad I want it straight away (which for me will probably be very quickly because I have a low pain threshold!). Also do you HAVE to have a cathetor? Surely the wee would just come out very gradually and in small amounts so a pad would be ok?
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