Is anyone scared of delivery? ?... although I had no problems with my first delivery. ..went smooth but somehow I'm so scared of delivering the second one. My pelvic hurts so bad. Carrying a boy. 23 weeks pregnant.
I'm getting more nervous because its been 9 years since my first! I'm now 36 weeks and trying to find techniques to have a good smooth birth this time around(my first was very horrible to say the least) and im going natural. But we can do this =)
It's been 9 years since my first as well and am Also 36 weeks! And I'm just as nervous and scared as I was 9 years ago. Plan to go natural this time around too. Just praying for a smooth and healthy delivery!
I don't think it ever gets unscary this will be my fourth and I have been scared everytime just because you love your child and its just that mother instinct kicking in and wanting everything to be ok with baby and yourself!!! I've worried each time and it ended up ok each time so I'm just tryna stay positive as I can and wait for that moment I'm 38weeks so anyday now for me I'll just be glad when it's done and he is in my arms :)
I am 36 weeks, want to go natural bit don't know how much pain I will be able to bear
Ideally of course I want smooth natural birth but in reality I don't know what would Happen.
I am just hoping for getting enough strength to bring this baby in the world naturally
38+2 ftm a little scared but more excited just want to meet my little boy now.... as said its just not knowing thats scary but with very supportive people around u reassuring u that all is going to be fine, it does help positive mind ladies we can do this :) good luck!
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