Child Delivery (Normal or CS)

January 22, 2009 1:22am CST
How does your angels came out in this world? is it through normal delivery or via ceasarean section? i have an induced labor and we were hoping then that i can have a normal delivery but after a day of being in the labor room we decided to go by CS since there was no development and the contraction that time was very strong.. hopw you can share your experiences too...
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@ptl9900 (209)
• Canada
18 Nov 09
I was induced and they tried for a normal delivery but the baby's heartbeat was going up and they had to finally go fo a cesarean. We were hoping it to be a normal delivery but I guess God had totally different plans. My daugther is 6 months and I guess everything happened for its own good
@alharra (507)
• United States
10 Feb 09
My first child was natural and my twins were c-section. Talk about 2 completely different deliveries....
@Jae2619 (1484)
• United States
5 Feb 09
Both of my children were born differently. My son was born a day after his due date, after 9 hours of induced labor. Normal birth. He was born at 5 05, and I was up walking down stairs to get fresh air at 7 30... I was hoping for a birth like that with my daughter but that turns out not to be the idea. She was born a month early after prolonging her arrival as much as we could. I had severe pre-clampisa and my blood pressure was to the extreme... So they attempted to induce. I went threw 31 hours of labor, and pushing only to find out she was stuck, and she would not come out. Her little hands her up around here head not letting her come out, so that forced and emergancy c-section. I never wanted a c-section, and would never ever recommend it to anyone. These women who want planned due dates, and ask for them are crazy. I totally understand medically needed ones but just to have one, so they don't have to go threw the whole birthing process is silly!
29 Jan 09
Naturally all the way except for emergency situations. It is wrong that some women choose to have a CS. A baby is supposed to be born for a reason and to not allow that baby to travel through its rightful passage into the world doesnt seem right. I also cannot understand how some women are happy to be sliced open and risk all things such as MRSA and infections that dont heal, or flesh eating bugs....just because they cannot wait anymore, or they are fed up of the contractions.....etc etc. I feel it is wrong to medically intefere in an event that 99 times out of 100 doesnt need more than a midwife present.
• United States
25 Jan 09
My little babies came out through normal deliveries. I had really stron contraction pains during my first delivery, but no pain at all for my second one.
@sacmom (14315)
• United States
22 Jan 09
Both of my children were born through normal delivery. With my oldest son I was absolutely terrified of giving birth. I wouldn't cooperate with the doctor or nurses. But after my baby's heart rate started to slow down there was the mention of a C-section I decided to push. I wanted to avoid having a C-section and fortunately I was able to do just that. With my youngest son I knew I wouldn't have any problems with delivering him normally, though there was one problem that I encountered along the way. My water didn't break and I was 9 centimeters dilated by the time I got to the hospital. The doctor decided to wait a couple of hours to see if it would break on it's own. That was fun! But once he broke it my baby came out with no problems 4 minutes later. Whew!
@redberry (178)
• Philippines
22 Jan 09
I gave birth to my first baby march of last year. We were actually hoping for it to a normal delivery coz everything was doing great. But when I started contracting and the cervix opening was just too small at 4cm, so I went through induced labor. The contractions were so strong and painful. The next day the cervix opening still didn't increase and when the OB checked my baby was already in a breached position, it would be dangerous to wait, so that time the doctor and my husband decided on a CS operation. The funny thing was, my baby's hand was the first thing that came out.
@roniroxas (10576)
• Philippines
22 Jan 09
welcome to mylot seth. so your baby is a boy or a girl? congrats for having a baby. i have four children and all of them came into this world in a normal delivery. ny first born was forcep baby for his umbilical cord was all around him. so all four was normal delivery and now they are all teens. helping me around the house. welcome again to mylot seth hope you like it here like most of us do.