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April 22nd, 2013, 08:30 PM
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Welcome! Several things you can do:
1. Get a care provider and/or hospital with a low c-section rate (15% or lower).
2. Find a care provider with a low epidural rate.
3. Take a childbirth class (one NOT offered by the hospital).
4. Get a doula.
5. Get a couple of natural birth books and start reading now: Ina May's Guide to childbirth is a great one to start with
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