Should I give birth soon please tell me my husband should take part in childbirth?
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Answered on January 21, 2015 10:23
Double answer. It all depends on whether the future dad is ready to participate in this. It happens that after a joint birth the family becomes stronger, the husband begins to love his wife even more, but there are also situations when after the birth he has no desire to have sex with his wife - they are so emotional about joint birth. Ask your husband, but I would not recommend it from my personal point of view.
Answered on January 21, 2015 10:25
Well, without fail, of course, no, it should not. If you are scared, take it with you, but I would advise you not to let him in to this spectacle. After all, men are actually weak creatures, they cannot bear this :))) It is better to call a mom or a girlfriend (preferably one that has already given birth itself) for support. Good luck to you, do not be afraid of anything and everything will be fine :))
Answered on January 21, 2015 17:18
Should not. but maybe if he wants. But my advice to you is that it is better not to engage him in this adventure. You yourself will be pleased if the husband sees you in a terrible way (and he will be whatever beauty you are) - legs spread, red sweaty face twisted with a grimace of horror and pain, heart-rending screams (maybe). It is better to let him go into the chamber when you are in shape, to hold a little miracle in your hands and look at him lovingly. that is another thing. and if support is needed, the nurses will provide it to you anyway.
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Answered on February 26 13:12
It's up to you two to decide. If he wants, then let him be present, so at least your husband will understand how children get hard for women at birth. More will protect you and help with the child.
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