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We aren't preggo yet! But it's not too early for me to be thinking about future plans. And I have to say, after my last birth (pitocin augmented, terribly painful, not a great experience), I am scared of NCB again. I keep reminding myself that it WASN'T NCB. And that I can handle NCB without pitocin, that I have done it and it was fab.
But the problem is that if I want a midwife and a NCB friendly hospital...I have to stay with the same practice. And the main doctor is, pardon my French, a *********. He made my birth miserable. I am not planning on letting him near me next time.
I just wish I felt more positive about it. Does anyone have suggestions for getting the negative out and replacing it with positive stuff? I hate going into a pregnancy concerned about birth. Last time I was excited!