Tubs In Hospitals Midwife

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charee - March 4

Hi, I am expecting my 2nd baby and have recently moved from OR to Arizona! I havent found a DR yet but am really looking into a midwife, although i would like to deliver the baby in a hospital! With my 1st I had her in a hospital and they had tubs you could use (before you had the baby but you couldnt have a waterbirth). I have read a lot about waterbirth being a lot less painful, and the water and reduced pressure helping you not to tear so bad!!! ~Anyway i cant figure out if most hospitals have tubs in the birth centers or not... does anyone know?? Also has anyone had experience with a midwife? I had a Dr last time. I didnt have an epidural and i DONT want one this time either, I would also like to not have them use the vacc_m on me this time... and think with a midwife maybe she wouldnt rush into things like epidural, vacc_m, c-section etc!!! Anyway if anyone has info on tubs/ midwives let me know, THanks =) Charee

 

missycc4 - March 5

I had my son in the hospital with a Midwife.I loved her. I had my other two with Dr.s and now this one with a Dr. and I wish I would have went with a midwife again. Now for a water birth most midwifes are at birthcenter that are really close to a hospital if things were to go wrong so if you want to go with a midwife just look into one that is close to a hospital. Then you can have a midwife and feel safe that a hospital is close by.

 

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