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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum-I-Am View Post
    I would research each Dr you are interested in. What sort of birth do you want? Some would be pro caesarean others less so. Fees will vary widely as will experience.
    Probably natural delivery but with epidural? My husband doesn't really want me to have anesthesia if i don't have to but I'm scared of the pain. I'll keep researching but i know i have to book soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyjen View Post
    Probably natural delivery but with epidural? My husband doesn't really want me to have anesthesia if i don't have to but I'm scared of the pain. I'll keep researching but i know i have to book soon.
    Well that’s not really his choice because he isn’t giving birth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyjen View Post
    Probably natural delivery but with epidural? My husband doesn't really want me to have anesthesia if i don't have to but I'm scared of the pain. I'll keep researching but i know i have to book soon.
    it’s got nothing to do with him. as pointed out already, you’re the one giving birth so you’re the boss. he’s there for support, not to dictate how the birth goes.

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    Yikes!! Hun if you want pain relief it's your baby, your body and your birth. Do it your way.

    Anyone who tells me I won't be getting relief if I want it is getting equal pain applied consistently to their junk... then told they don't get pain relief either.

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    Had my first child at Sunnybank Private (Emergency Caesarean) and would not recommend them.

    2nd and 3rd children delivered at Greenslopes (both elective Caesarean) and couldn’t fault them, would definitely recommend this hospital.

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