I think I may have been the one to say it was amazing lol
I know you can't have a waterbirth if your water is broken for more than 24 hours
You can't have a waterbirth if when your water broke it looked green from the baby's first BM
Other than that I wouldn't know how it works with getting an epidural if your allowed to stay in or have to get out but I'm assuming it would be pointless since the waterbirth is a form of pain control
As you can tell I'm all for a waterbirth and have no complaints about it.
Oh and your body will get adjusted to the temp of the water but they allowed me to drain the tub and put fresh hot water back in.
But as the temp cools off you begin to feel the contractions stronger until your tub is filled with new water but they won't drain it all at once only little by little.
at 10:22 PM on Sep. 4, 2010