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    dolphinex3 posted:
    Just wanted to introduce myself I'm 15w with baby no 6 and have had all natural births with all of my five children. I totally am for the natural process and trust a womans body 100%
    EyzaatheBelle responded:
    I am 18 weeks and this is baby number 1. I was just wondering what methods you have used to have all natural births?
    Brittany(24), DH(Jaron 25),1 very spoiled siamese cat(rambo 2),EDD June 21,2011. 1st baby. Team yellow!
    Quintessa2 responded:
    Hi dolphinex3! I am really interested in what techniques you are using. I am a month away from delivery and plan on doing a natural birth. My Dr. has advised me that the hopsital I am birthing at has some nurses that are more trained toward this. I really hope that is the case. I am going in for a visit this weekend to see what the facillity is like. I have to tell you I can not find one single woman who has not used an epidural and when I tell them that I am going to go without they seem almost hostile about it. How sad. I would really like to discuss what everything feels like during the birthing process with someone who knows without having been numbed by drugs. Please contact me if you can. Thank you!

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