So the other day i watched this video called, "The Business of Being Born", and it made me way more confident that i can have my baby naturally( this is my first time being pregnant so I have no idea what to expect). The video also peaked my curiosity about birthing centers and midwives, so naturally I went to google to look the two up.... well it seems that Omaha or maybe even the whole state of Nebraska have no such thing/ its not available to us....
I know that if I am going to have my baby naturally i want to have say in what is done none of this pitocin (unless absolutely necessary) or any other medicine...is this even possible when giving birth in a hospital?
I don't know this is random and not very well put together...i would just like to know what others who have given birth naturally have experienced in these regards????? Please help, thanks View Thread
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