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I loved my natural birth. It was so relaxing, and went quickly. I was only in labor for 5 hours, and for a first time mom that is great. My doctor was surprised that I was still laughing and having a good time when he saw me and I was 9 cm dialated! It was like on big party. I knew I was strong, and that my body could handle all that was happening and I just need to stay relaxed and let nature handle it! I look forward to doing it again.
for my first i went into hard labor write away and stayed that way so ia sked for the spinal and nubain wich wore off 30 min after getting them so i pretty much felt all the paina nd it didn't feel that bad so when i was pregnant wiith #2 i knew i wanted to try no drugs but wasn't sure if i could but y the time i new i was in labor it was 2 hours befor ei gave birth so i had no hoice but to go drug free it was great and i felt great after i would do it again if i ever had anymore kids.
I enjoyed my natural births! I have had 3. My first was in the hospital, and while it was my least favorite birth experience, it was not a bad birthing experience. I enjoyed seeing what my body could do! MY second birth was my favorite so far. It was not rushed, it was not long and drawn out, I was able to enjoy the time between contractions talking with friends, and found ways to cope with the pain much better than when I was sitting in a hospital bed. MY second was also my first homebirth. My third was a freight train delivery, she beat the midwife to the birth!