i just want to know about a waterbirth at home. i'm pregnant with my second, due on christmas day and i don't want to be away from my daughter when i go into labour. i just want to know what people think i should do?Answer Question
Answer by codysmama2609 at 5:24 PM on Aug. 6, 2009
What if you need an emergency c section b/c something has gone wrong. What if you hemorrhage and need a dr's intervention. What if some other unforseen medical issue arises during birth?? There is no where to wheel you off to at home. Is it worth dieing for on Christmas day???
You have to expect the best, but plan for the worst!!!
Answer by Anonymous at 5:24 PM on Aug. 6, 2009
go with midwives in the hospital.... just in case they have a doc they can always consult with..
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Answer by shypaine at 5:32 PM on Aug. 6, 2009
Women have been dieing at home for centuries too!!
If something went wrong you'd have to wait for the ambulance to arrive too.... 5-10 minutes for the ambulance to arrive, 5-10 for them to triage you and get you in the bus, 5- 10 minutes to get you to the hospital.... that 15-30 minutes your baby have been in distress... not a change to take with your baby's life is it?? Remember, if something does go wrong every minute of air your baby doesn't get insures brain damage!!
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