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    I want to throw this out there...

    "Naturally". Really? I've given birth 3 times, just so happens I did it vaginally, and there wasn't very much natural about that. Never in my life did I think it was 'natural birth'. Natural would be if it was like a poop. Maybe a bit of a strain but its natural, happens every day. Stretching over a giant baby head after a good few hours.. nope, didn't seem natural. I get the notion behind it, that's cool, but in my personal opinion natural is totally the wrong word.

    Anyway... I didn't read all the pages because I read part of the last page and someone came in with some outrageously rude comments so I thought I'd say something. It's BIRTH. Meaning in the end you get a baby in your arms. Who cares how the woman chooses OR ends up getting to that point its still birth.

    Giving birth can be scary. Its NATURAL to feel that way. It's NATURAL to also feed confident. It's NATURAL not to be sure how you'll feel.

    You know what else is natural? Totally NATURAL to change your mind about pushing it out of your vagina and opting for a c-section after you've seen how unnatural is actually looks.

    I can't believe someone has such a hide to post such a ridiculous comment on a parenting forum. Really?

    In answer to OP, yep, loads of people give birth vaginally. Like I said, its called natural for all those reasons about the history of birth and blah blah women have done it for centuries blah blah. That's cool. I did it three times, didn't feel natural at all. What felt natural was holding baby at the end and going 'now, the hard stuff starts'.

    It's cool to be scared. Stop googling stories for one. You can read a few birth stories on here, they tend to feel more real but look at the end of the day, it's going to be over and how you choose to get there is your business and how you get there doesn't amtter really, you're still a champion in the end.

    I've rambled on, but I'm low on sleep these days, like I said the hard stuff starts once birth is over.

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    Default Re: Does anyone give birth 'naturally' anymore??

    Bubs n roses that is the most sensible post on here, the only one worth reading. Thank you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma1234 View Post
    Each to their own but I think elective c sections because you dont want to give birth should be banned.
    Um, that's one of the most ignorant things I've ever read on the hub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma1234 View Post
    its just my opinion. I just
    think if your not prepared to give birth dont get pregnant.

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    Sorry I stand corrected. This is the most ignorant.

    Last I heard a c-section was still birthing a child, just not vaginally. In fact the definition of 'birth' makes no reference to a vagina.
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    Surely she's trolling?

    If I want to be sliced open to have my babies removed, I'LL BE SLICED OPEN THANKS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    Surely she's trolling?

    If I want to be sliced open to have my babies removed, I'LL BE SLICED OPEN THANKS!
    Hmmm you're right me thinks! Trip trap trip trap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma1234 View Post
    look Im sorry that happened to your family but I am talking about women and yes I know some who just dont want their bits stretched because its all a bit much to think about.
    Im not talking about high risk circumstances etc.

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    Err, you do know that your vagina doesnt stretch? Your cervix is the part that dilates. Your Vagina is like a concertina, it can open to accomodate baby, but it doesnt stretch.

    I had a vaginal birth with my first and got severe tears, i actually fought to have a vaginal birth with my second. If i have another, im not classed as high risk but would like the option of choosing an elective c-section. That choice is mine, and mine alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma1234 View Post
    its just my opinion. I just
    think if your not prepared to give birth dont get pregnant.

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    Wow, just wow!

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    Default Does anyone give birth 'naturally' anymore??

    Golly gosh. Some people need to do some reaserch into csections lol

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