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I used midwives for my past 2 babies, and had home births both times very successfully. We have moved since then though, and are now 40 min away from a hospital, so I don't feel comfortable having another home birth. I am going to use midwives again this time, but have a hospital birth AND get an epi. I have done it natural twice, I don't want to feel pain this time if I don't have to!
I am and do excited! I had an awful birthing experience with my practice last time that ended in a C-section. I'm very excited to have found this all midwives practice. They're completely different outlook on patient care is so refreshing.
I plan to use a midwife and I am debating myself about going to a birthing center again. I labored at a birthing center last time and pushed for a few hours but then had to be transfered to the hospital. Nothing scary, baby was sunnyside up and just not moving when I pushed. I love midwives.
I'm tossing it around. I had 2 epi hospital births and LOVED them. But I have an acquaintance who just opened a birthing center about 10 minutes away and it really has me curious. I just love the idea of my girls being able to be there for the appointments and just be able to go home/be home after the birth WITHOUT being woken up 7x a night just after I had a baby like in the hospital. IDK, we'll see
Christine, momma to Chloe [7.20.07], Alexis [9.8.09], and Jude [10.14.13]