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Lurker from the Aug DDC...hope you don't mind I have a friend who delivered her twins vaginally. The second was even breech, but they let her deliver her vaginally too! This was about 8 years ago though...hope that helps and good luck!
I delivered my twins vaginally, but not naturally as I was induced and had an epi. My little guy was head down and in position, his sister was breech. As soon as he was out, she flipped around (which is very common from what I understand) and came out shortly thereafter. A c-section is definitely not the only way to deliver twins, it should only be done AFTER a vaginal delivery has been attempted - just like any other birth. Good luck!!
there is a labor and delivery nurse/ soon to be medical student student in my bradley class (She is trying to learn as much as she can about NCB classes so she just observes) but she has given birth to twins naturally. she works at the hospital i am delivering at but the midwives there don't do multiple births (not their choice, its hospital policy) and twins have to be delivered in an OR just in case something goes wrong. But she had b/g twins and like the pp said her little girl was head down and her boy was breech, but as soon as little girl was out her boy turned and followed shortly after. both were born vaginally, mom had no tearing, no stitches, and no c-section obviously!
December 9, 2013
5:20PM 8lb3oz 20.5"
Hospital water birth