Having a baby is an indescribable experience. As long as your partner is there and looks utterly helpless, it is you who are completely in the driver's seat and the center of attention.
If this is your first baby, you may be a little nervous about the whole birth process. You can also check normal delivery & C-section frequently asked questions to get a clear view. Here are some things these birth books may not tell you:
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Courtesy out the window: once you find out that you are pregnant, your obstetrician will chat about your personal space. By the time you start studying, the concept of humility should be a distant memory. So forget about the inconvenience of tucking your heels into stirrups and getting ready to be the star of the show.
Say "yes" to epidurals: If you didn't do anything at birth, for God's sake, take an epidural. There's no need to play Joan of Arc and suffer for hours after giving birth. Anyone who has experienced it can testify that it would be very painful if you had crazy ideas about naturalness.
Encouraging: For the first time, mothers worried about knowing when to push. This feeling is guaranteed to be recognized as it will make you feel like you are going to make the worst bowl move you have ever had. The feeling of immense pressure on your butt will overtake you and you will know that you have to push it NOW!