<blockquote><b>Quoting flossy (9wks with #4):</b>" I'm only a small lady, well short more than small lol. But I have naturally delivered all my children. ... [snip!] ... unit up intill 6 weeks after birth. And it's quite hard to find doctors here who deliver its a mainly midwife or specialist"</blockquote>
<blockquote><b>Quoting August Here We Come :</b>" Im jealous! Haha! Id love to have a water birth! But nobody around here does it! Well, the doctors ... [snip!] ... minutes away and ive heard by a lot of people they are pushy especially if your younger which i am. (Ill be 19 in a few months)"</blockquote>
I was 19. When I had my DS and with him I had my doctor (only doctor in my home town that did deliveries) and she was quite pushy to. And once my son was born she pawned be off on to some midwife I had never met (over here the bulk of the payment is made to who ever does the delivery)
She told me that she would be caring for me didn't ask and me being young didn't know that I could say no to alot of things that she ended up doing. Where as my mid wife is just amazing and is very big on allowing the body to do what it knows to do. And just letting nature take it's course so to speak.
My biggest advice would be to do you research and don't let them push you around
<blockquote><b>Quoting flossy (9wks with #4):</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting August Here We Come :</b>" Im jealous! Haha! Id love to have ... [snip!] ... My biggest advice would be to do you research and don't let them push you around P.s when your due date I'm due 28 August"</blockquote>
Yeah, I like to research so thats what ive been spending my time doing. I think im going to do the acupuncture I had a friend that did it and she said it was wonderful!
Im due August 5th! so ready to find out what we are having! Should find out in about a month!