Hospital Births Vs Home Birth
Once upon a time, a huge number of hospitals were charities. Today they’re big business seeking big profits.
I was going to provide these 10 reasons home birth article below and then provide 10 reasons for hospital births… I couldn’t find that many.
My niece had a home birth recently. For full disclosure her husband just graduated medical school. Knowing my niece, I am pretty certain she would have made the same decision married to an internet nerd.
She loved it. Read on whether you plan children or not…
Why? Because examining the superstitions of your peers will help you to go your own way in whatever circumstances you find yourself. Ask questions. Seek answers. Now make the best decision you can and it will be superior to all of the unthinking decisions made every day by people who haven’t learned about personal responsibility.
|(NaturalNews) Where women choose to have their babies — either in the hospital or at home — is the subject of much controversy these days. Some say home births are safer and lead to fewer complications, while others insist that maintaining the status quo is the better route. But…|
10 reasons to consider a home birth
(NaturalNews) Where women choose to have their babies — either in the hospital or at home — is the subject of much controversy these days. Some say home births are safer and lead to fewer complications, while others insist that maintaining the status quo is the better route. But here are 10 compelling reasons why you may want to consider skipping the hospital and having your baby in the comfort of your own home:
1) Your house is more comfortable than a hospital room. It may not seem like the biggest priority, but the space in which you give birth can make all the difference in the success of your pregnancy. Would you rather be confined to a bed, subjected to processed hospital food and fluorescent lighting, or would you rather be able to relax in your own bed, on your own couch or in your own bathtub?
2) Home births go at your own pace. Not all women want to be told how to have their babies. Some have their own birth plans that doctors at the hospital may refuse to comply with, causing problems once birth day arrives. Think long and hard about how important your birth plan is to you, and consider which setting will better accommodate it.
3) Your midwife will be with you every step of the way. At the hospital, doctors might spend 10 minutes with you at appointed intervals. But at home with your own personal midwife, who will take time to get to know you, your needs and the needs of your baby, you will typically have 60 minutes or more per appointment to build a quality relationship, which is essential to a healthy birth and delivery.
4) Home births require less invasion of personal privacy. At the hospital, doctors will constantly and unnecessarily be checking your private parts, disrupting the labor process. At home, you can relax in peace without having your privacy constantly invaded.
5) Hospitals allow only one position for birthing. Some women prefer to have their babies on the floor or in the bathtub, neither of which is possible at the hospital. Consider your preferred mode of delivery before going the conventional route.
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