I am younger than 35 years old.I have not previously had a cesarean section.I do not have health insurance.I will be giving birth between 37 weeks and 41 weeks pregnant.I am only pregnant with one child.I do not have a chronic medical condition.I do not want medical intervention.I want to control my labor position.I want to give birth while surrounded by people of my choice.I want to give birth in a familiar place.I would like to try a water birth.I want to wear my own clothes.
More People Are Choosing To Give Birth Outside The Hospital
You're more likely to give birth in a hospital. You may feel more comfortable in a hospital environment that is equipped to deal with complications during labor. Women who are of higher risk of having complications during labor may need medical intervention by a physician and should seriously consider giving birth in a hospital.
You're more likely to give birth at home or outside of a hospital. You may feel more comfortable in a familiar environment and surrounded by people of your choice. Moms who give birth at home are typically at low risk of complications occurring during labor. If you are planning a home birth, it is suggested to develop a plan in case unexpected complications do arise.