• Having a VBAC or Vaginal Birth After Cesarean?
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    Having a VBAC or Vaginal Birth After Cesarean?

    If I want to push a baby out my vagina. I can. That’s true….True Hi. Welcome to our channel. If you would like to see more videos like subscribe and hit the bell. Today we’re going to be talking about vaginal birth after cesarean. We’ve had some requests from some of our subscribers and so today that’s what we’re doing. Today’s the day. Today’s the day you’ve all been waiting for. You asked for it and you’re going to get it. We want to kind of tackle that a little bit about what that looks like, what the risks are, how you can accomplish that, and who will allow you…

  • Can petite women safely give birth vaginally? – Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center
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    Can petite women safely give birth vaginally? – Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center

    – Women of all sizes can have a vaginal birth. I’ve had, you know, under five foot women deliver up to a nine-pound baby, and then I’ve had really tall women who have ended up having to have a C-section. So it really doesn’t necessarily depend on the woman’s stature or her body frame so much as the size of the baby, the position of the baby, and, you know, how labor goes, so it’s more, we always have to try. Let’s try and see what happens, because you never know, and you could be surprised. Most times it does, if we just let things happen on their own, and…

  • Intercourse Pain After Childbirth
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    Intercourse Pain After Childbirth

    Hi, I’m Susan Bratton and I have a letter from one of my fans about his wife’s childbirth scars. And I’ve got some great advice for you. Here’s the letter from Harry. My wife has a scar from childbirth on the bottom part of her yoni. Last night during sex when we were doing the mermaid position you told us about, I could tell she was uncomfortable just by reading her body language. During sex, she gave me the dreaded “Can you finish up soon,” so I stopped and said “Babe, I can tell this isn’t working for you.” Apparently, the way we were making love was putting pressure on…

  • Baby Girl Birth!
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    Baby Girl Birth!

    I’m having a baby! We’re headed to the hospital right now. I have been having contractions that are about three and a half minutes apart Last thing about a minute long each, and you’ve been having them for. Oh my goodness. They’re three minutes apart now That’s a minute closer than they were When they first started and how many for almost an hour now? Yeah, they haven’t stopped I’ve been happening for about an hour now, and they’re so strong This is what a contraction looks like. How much can you move? Pretty good? Right leg pretty good, left leg — And I can feel the cervix. Do you…

  • What is Like to Deliver a Baby | My Childbirth Story
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    What is Like to Deliver a Baby | My Childbirth Story

    I had this idea in my head of how childbirth was going to be all natural and wonderful and I was convinced to breastfeed my baby but nothing went according to the plan hi sex-positive people and my name is Marisol Pedeboy and this is Be Sexpositive in this episode i’m going to talk about childbirth you wonder during your whole pregnancy how childbirth is going to be and you want it or not you have some expectations make sure to subscribe and let me know if you enjoy this episode by using the buttons below or just leave me a comment and if you know anyone who might like…

  • Every Conversation About Childbirth Boils Down To How We See ‘Birth’
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    Every Conversation About Childbirth Boils Down To How We See ‘Birth’

    Okay. This is the Time I’m doing a lot of writing about childbirth and trying to de-confuse the language that’s been going on almost since I gave birth in 1970. I’ve learned (heaps) over the years of working with the Birthing Better families, who develop Birthing Better skills and being the Director of a Charitable Trust called Common Knowledge that houses these skills. In general when we talk about childbirth, we are talking about it from 3 directions.The #1 is a Truth that is Global… There’s no way to know what your birth is going to be like.’ Each of us who is a pregnant woman and each birthing woman…

  • WHAT THEY DON’T TELL YOU ABOUT CHILDBIRTH| MAMA JOURNEYS
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    WHAT THEY DON’T TELL YOU ABOUT CHILDBIRTH| MAMA JOURNEYS

    hey crew welcome back to our channel my name is Stacy so today we’re gonna be talking about seven things that they don’t tell you first things first labor and delivery plan right so you make this whole big plan about how things are gonna go how the room is gonna be set up is there gonna be music playing handles lit or you know whatever instant you plan to push for like seven minutes first of all you’re gonna go into labor at 39 weeks and six days you have this whole thing planned out right nothing ever goes as planned let me just tell you that now you…

  • Midwife Supervised Childbirth: Birth The Way Your Body Intended
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    Midwife Supervised Childbirth: Birth The Way Your Body Intended

    Giving birth is actually a natural process. It’s not a disease. So there’s really no need to go to hospital to give birth. You can do a homebirth and have a licensed midwife with you in that process. I highly recommend it because when you give birth in a hospital, you’re at the discretion and the timeframe of the doctors who may want to go home, go play golf, go do whatever they want to do. They may speed up things, or whatever, but when you’re doing a homebirth, you’re actually on your time schedule. You get to decide, or your body gets to decide, how and when the baby…

  • Can petite women safely give birth vaginally? – Reston Hospital Center
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    Can petite women safely give birth vaginally? – Reston Hospital Center

    Petite women have absolutely great success rates with vaginal deliveries. Actually morbid obese women, women with 35, 40 BMI have– studies have shown have 100% C-section increase. So being in shape, being petite, and– that gives you the best chance for vaginal delivery. Now that being said, there’s three Ps that are part of vaginal delivery, and I call them the three Ps. The first one is power of contractions, which we can help as doctors and midwives and nurses. The second thing that can help is the– or the second thing that matters is the pelvic size. The third is its passenger size. So a lot of people have…

  • POSTPARTUM RECOVERY TIPS + ESSENTIALS
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    POSTPARTUM RECOVERY TIPS + ESSENTIALS

    Hey guys! Today I’m going to be sharing with you all the things that I could not have lived without during my postpartum recovery. This video isn’t going to include any breastfeeding essentials, I’m going to be saving that for a couple weeks from now when I move into my breastfeeding series, but it’s going to be focusing on all of the things that I used to help me in my physical recovery from labor and delivery. I’m not a fan of regular underwear, but you can’t have anything riding up, that’s going to irritate that area: even if you don’t tear or get an episiotomy. You’re still going to…