Home Birth, Anyone?
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I've had two hospital births and two ...
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DD was born in the hospital because of a c-section but I would be TERRIFIED
to have a home birth. I don't do pain!!!!! Loved the hospital we were in and
according to my DH I should love them since it was like being in a hotel!
Thank goodness mine were both hospital births (I didn't get pain meds though would've been nice!) The complications that happened during their births and afterwards were enough to have killed at least one of us both times I delivered. In fact, my kids were born back in the days when it was still common to stay in the hospital for up to a week after and we still were in the hospital for 9 days after DS's birth and 13 days after DD's birth. And that's why we only have 2 children....
To those that have had the water births, how was it?? Ive never known anyone that had one and was curious.
Mine was absolutely fabulous. In fact, baby #4 was suppose to be a water birth too - but she arrived before the pool was filled.
If you can imagine how relaxing it is to take a shower or soak in a tub when you are not feeling well or stressed, you can imagine how wonderful it feels to be immersed in a calming pool of water during labor.