Is a drug free water birth safer than giving birth in a hospital room?
no because it does not have all the doctors and nerses in it
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Most states are making it mandatory for this to take place, for the infants safety.
yepp wont hurt the baby at all
They will if they're worried about the infant, but not routinely.
You probably stand a very good chance of losing your baby. Congratulations on your decisions. Plus, whatever you took while pregnant also went into your baby. So, again, congr…ats. Your newborn might need to detox, depending on how much and what you took. If you clean up and your baby survives, you just might have a chance to straighten up your life and be a good parent. Think about it.
this could be debated its bascically what u and ur doctor think is best for the baby. personally i think a vaginal birth is safer.
He never gave birth.He is not a female but if you wanna know were his mum gave birth to him it is Gary,Indiana.Im not sure of the hostipal but.
Most hospitals are all the same in birth delivery. Which ever one works best for you on that special day, should be good.
It's possible to give birth drug free...I did it twice. I dont know about pain free though. It IS the most painful expericence anyone can undergo. All worth it in the end thou…gh!
No, and if it involves paternity, about $500. It is not a part of the standard testing. The mother can also refuse to allow an invasion of her privacy, so you may need a court… order. see links below
I'd recommend doing some research and come to a conclusion of you own. Some good starting places would be reading "Pushed" by Jennifer Block and watching Ricki Lake's document…ary, The Business of Being Born.
DRUG screening? Not typically. There are tests that are done for every infant (in the USA; other nations have different procedures) for things like PKU, but routine testing fo…r maternal drug use would be expensive.
Because in some cases of pregnancies, women are Proponents and believe that this method is safe and provides many benefits for both mother and http://www.answers.com/topic/in…fant , including http://www.answers.com/topic/pain-and-nociception relief and a less traumatic birth experience for the baby. However, critics argue that the procedure introduces unnecessary risks to the infant such as infection and water inhalation. Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/water-birth#ixzz1SUQqXrtf
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These days, most hospitals do not keep original copies of such documents. They are obtained at City Hall or at the particular agency in your state tasked with providing certif…ied copies of birth certificates. In some states, it is called the Registry of Vital Statistics, but it may have a different name in your state: a simple search online for "birth certificate" and the name of your state should turn up the correct agency. Many states have the form you need to fill out online. However, the birth certificate itself will not be free: there is usually a fee for a certified copy of it, and the amount of the fee varies.
You'll most likely deliver your child in the hospital that your OB/Gyn doctor works in, that is, if you are seeing a OB/Gyn for prenatal care.
The danger in taking too long to get to the hospital after your water breaking is the possibility that you will have the baby before you get there, which can be dangerous. Lab…or can go quickly after the amniotic sac breaks, so it is best to get to the hospital as soon as possible.
Yes, most hospitals have stirrups on the birthing tables.