After 36 hours of labor, a woman gives birth in the bathroom of her house
The birth of the baby is a long-awaited and unexplainable moment for all moms. Three years ago, the American Marissa Heckel suffered complications in a hospital delivery. So she decided that in the second pregnancy the birth would be different, choosing to give birth at home without medical help.
After 36 hours of labor, Marissa was able to give birth to a super-healthy baby. To tell a little about her experience, she shared a photo of her birth on social networks and the image quickly gained great commotion from netizens.
"Being without assistance was an opportunity to prove that God made our bodies to give birth - hospitals were never I gave birth to my son in my bathroom after a labor of 36 hours, the exact time I took at the birth of my daughter, "she said.
In the report, the American said that during the delivery she tried relieve pain with bathing, but it was not enough. "I chose to face the pain standing against the wall, just saying to myself: 'The pain is only temporary.'"
In addition, she said that the pouch had burst and the amniotic fluid gushed, in 5 different moments, all over your bed. However, at the time of delivery, Marissa felt that lying on the bed did not seem the best thing to do, so with the help of her husband, she went to the bathroom when she felt like pushing herself.
To help in the process Marissa sat down in the bathroom with the goal of making her stronger. When her husband was able to see the baby's head, she encouraged Marissa to keep pushing. "He encouraged me to follow," he says. Then she got up to go on with her delivery. "I held on to the towel rack and let my body take the last push and it (baby) was finally out." My husband stood still in shock, taking the pictures.I have never felt so powerful and accomplished in my whole life. bodies are really incredible, "she recalls.
According to Marissa, the process would not have been so easy without the support she had from her husband:" When the contractions and pressure started my husband was at the bedside, holding my hand "
In an interview with PopSugar, Marissa revealed a bit about the birth of her first child and how it ended up traumatizing her. "I was intimidated for not wanting an epidural and I was harassed during all my work to receive one. I was also forced to lie on the back during labor and was told to" push "against my body. unmarried birth in our house would be much more.I was never scared during the whole process, "says
The posting by Marissa was intended to encourage other mothers to opt for natural childbirth. "If you're scared or think you can not do it, (you know) you can do it! Do not be afraid, our bodies are made for it."
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