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All the time you want to take.Originally posted by Selma in San Diego:
Sure, how much time do you have.
I would if I could, but it's a physical impossibility. I suppose I could feel guilty for not being able to, but then that doesn't do any good, either, does it?The thing I'd like to do different is to let the men do the labor. Seems only fair.
Serenity, good advice. Do you have any recommended stretches, working the body exercises?originally posted by Serenity:
I say natural childbirth is the way to go. It helps if you are in shape; Piq, start stretching and working the body. You want to be in shape for the experience.
You might as well get used to the needles. They're going to keep doing bloodwork the whole time you're pregnant, because that's how they find most of the things that can go wrong while there's still time to do something useful about them.Originally posted by Saxy Buff:
Just curious, for someone who wants to have babies in 2 1/2 more years (I'll be 25-ish then) and is not fond (try phobic) of needles, what would you suggest?
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