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Our two readers describe why they decided to go to the hospital or home birth.Edit (28 years old, expecting her second baby): I want to be born at home!
Katalin (After 35 years, grandchildren 16 years old, she will give birth to the second one.) The hospital means safety!
Edit (28 years old, expecting her second baby): I want to be born at home!
I've been playing with my first kid since with the idea of home birth, because in my world, but most of all, the almonds have since decimated the hospital, the sharp impact of metal instruments, the smell of disinfection, the service, the impersonal. But he was discouraged by the fact that I had no idea what I was expecting. How will I deal with pain? What if I don't want to push the child alone? What if we need urgent help? My first birth then answered my questions. It wasn't my pain, I could have easily pushed my son out, though it would have been much easier if I had to lay down with my feet up, lying down. But even outside of my heartbreak, it disturbed me that the doctor kept telling me what to do, pressed my stomach, and hand-pushed my cushion. These were unpleasant and painful conditions. Now I know that I am able to give birth and I do not need this hospital, I can be home where all familiar, and the way I like it. At home, I trust that either they or I will surely feel when we need to go to a restaurant. They won't hurry, they won't hurt, and they will wait until my child comes to life by nature.
Why did you decide to go to the hospital or home birth?Katalin (After 35 years, grandchildren 16 years old, she will give birth to the second one.) The hospital means safety!
I find the technique, the examinations, the presence of doctors and nurses. I trust their knowledge, their experience, as they help babies around the world and understand their business. Birth still passed with a bit of anxiety, as my grandfather felt it was very difficult to give birth to him. I wondered for a long time, I didn't see the end. Now, I think I'm good at asking for epidural pain relief, and if anything goes wrong, my eyes are out of the question. I deliberately chose a townhouse where practiced in these things, so I can't count on unpleasant surprises. I enjoy a few days of comfort and service at the hospital, so I will have to do it right at home anyway. I also keep my child's interests in mind when I raise them neither does the thought of home birth come to me. What if you need immediate help? Should I activate it? When do I need emergency surgery? I'm not worried about this (so much) in my hospital, there is always a pediatrician, no unexpected situation.