My friends having a baby!*

April 30, 2007 4:12pm CST
My friends having a baby and she is very scared and worried about labour and delivery which is comon for women who are expecting right!!* but how do u go on by telling them not to worrie and to try and not be scared cause everything will go smoothly and be ok if really u cant predict how the out come is going to be.... cause i had a baby 5 months ago and my labour and delievery didnt go at all what ppl were explaining to me how it would of been their is no tru way in telling somone how another persons labour can go...u can just hope for the best... what do you think?..*
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@Gemmygirl1 (2870)
• Australia
30 Apr 07
I'm not really a good one to be answering about things like this coz i have an elective C Section so no pains, no contractions & no labour :) I was worried about going in to labour though coz there was a good chance it could happen & once my daughter was out, i realised there was a higher chance of the labour coming on than i thought coz even though my daughter came out 9 days before her due date, she was over cooked & that meant her due date was actually set later than it should have been! Having said that, i was also worried & scared about the C Section, would i be able to feel it, would it all go ok, would they make a mistake or something else go wrong. You're right though, it is very common to worry about this & just make sure your friend knows there are things to help her with pain when she goes in to labour, all she has to do is ask. Make sure she has a birthing plan too - that way she'll kind of have an idea on how it'll go! Everyone is different with birth but she'll be ok as long as her partner is there for support :)
• Canada
14 Jun 07
thank you for ur responce i know what u mean the same thing happend to me i ended up having an emergancy c-section to and my daughter was 2 weeks all happend so fast that i could barly realize what was happening...
@amydawn11 (906)
• Canada
30 Apr 07
Well i think I would just be there for them and answer any questions she has. Just let her know that no matter what happens when it's a pain that is easily forgotten. The thing is I think all woman are a little worried about the labor but we all do it and we all get through it. Also everyones experience is different so it's hrad to tell someone what to expect, you can't.