Question: I'm reluctant to go for c-section. I doubt if my gynae would provide me an option for water birth. I'm not scared of the pain associated with normal delivery but I don't know if my body is ready for it. It's like I want to stay pregnant only and not deliver the child...

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Answer: Haha, you have to deliver the baby that why you had him in the first place. Don't think about delivery. Let your baby and body decide it for themselves. Whether you baby chooses normal or c sec it wouldn't matter, your body will respond to him similarly. Thinking about delivery does scare so it's better to keep you mind posted and focus on the wonderful time you'll be having once your baby is here. Take care.
Answer: Hey dear don't worry.. Think about holding your baby in your arms, the sweet smile and cute face and you will get that required strength for delivery.. Staying pregnant will not be for lifetime right, so just stay focussed.. Don't stress too much on this.. And keep smiling..
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Answer: you should follow these tips 1. Stay away from stress: It is normal to feel stressful during pregnancy. But try to stay away from stress, anxiety, and random thoughts, because negative emotions can turn the process of childbirth into a nightmare. 2.Stay positive and refrain from negative birth stories: You may come across both easy and difficult childbirth stories. Listening to negative stories would make you more nervous and anxious, and may result in a panic-attack. 3.Walking and swimming: Both are highly recommended exercises for pregnant women. 4.Practice right breathing exercises: Breathing is something you don’t even notice. But it is the one thing that can make the whole labor process easier, negating the need for a C-section. 5.Try not to put on excess weight: Yes, it is important to achieve a decent amount of weight during pregnancy, but you don’t need to pile on the pounds. Overweight women can have problems during labor and may end up with a C-section.
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