Julia Vignali talks about her terrible delivery: midwife on her stomach, “the four irons apart for 17 hours!”

Guest of La Maison des Maternelles this Tuesday, March 8, Julia Vignali gave birth without taboo on her birth, which did not go as well as expected.

That is a very intimate trust delivered by Julia Vignali† This Tuesday March 8th The Kindergarten celebrated her twentieth birthday. On this occasion, Agathe Lecaron invited her predecessors to her set, including Julia Vignali. The companion of Kad Merad returned with: a lot of sincerity and no taboo on her delivery† It was in 2007. Julia Vignali was then in a relationship with a screenwriter named Julien. Together they gave birth to a son named Luigi. This birth, the presenter of telematics qualifies it as “the best experienceof her life. However, she is well aware that this didn’t go in the best way

I gave birth on a Sunday in December, it was very cold“, recalls with tenderness Julia Vignali. And to joke: “Often, when I walk past Saint-Antoine Hospital on a Sunday, I say to myself, “Hey, I’ll be fine”“. Enough to surprise and cause hilarity by Agathe Lecaron, Maïtena Biraben, Élizabeth Tchoungui, Karine Le Marchand and Sidonie Bonnec, who were also present. This mother of a teenager therefore had to answer and explain that she wanted to live again “this experience of childbirth that was not great afterwardsI didn’t understand then that it wasn’t great, I thought that everyone with instruments had given birth in 17 hours. Afterwards I understood that we could do it differently. And I tell myself I’d like to relive thatshe admits.

What Julia Vignali would change if she had to give birth again

In contrast to, if it were done again, Julia Vignali would give birth to her child very differently† already, shewill prepare[t] [son] birthI will not ask for the epidural from the first contraction because it took me hours and hours to give birth“, she continues. And to end her list: “I’ll ask the midwife not to ride on my stomach, even though she thought she was fine at the time, sure. And then I would have walked during my delivery. I stayed with the four irons apart for seventeen hours!“. A confidence that can be useful to mothers-to-be, who can indeed seek informed advice.

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However, Julia Vignali assures her: her delivery is “the most beautiful experience” of her life

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“I gave birth on a Sunday in December, it was very cold, and often when I pass by the hospital of Saint-Antoine on Sunday, I tell myself, well, I will give birth,” jokes Julia Vignali

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And rightly so, Julia Vignali wants to relive “this childbirth experience that in hindsight wasn’t great.”

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So if it had to be done again, Julia Vignali would be very different

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“I will not ask for the epidural from the first contraction, because suddenly it took me hours and hours to give birth,” says Julia Vignali

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And to continue his list: “I will ask the midwife not to climb on my stomach, even though she thought she was fine at the time, sure”

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“And then I would have walked during my delivery. I stayed 17 hours with the four irons apart!”, explains Julia Vignali

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“At the time, I didn’t understand that it wasn’t great, I thought everyone gave birth in 17 hours with instruments,” admits Julia Vignali

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And to conclude: “Afterwards I understood that it could be done differently. And I tell myself that I would like to experience that again”

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A very intimate trust, but that has the merit of being sincere and that allows mothers-to-be to prepare better than Julia Vignali was

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Julia Vignali is the mother of a 15-year-old boy, Luigi. called