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This video is for women to get tips from actual Midwives.  This video discusses placenta delivery.

This video is natural vaginal child birth.  The birth was on May 8th 2009.  This 18 year old mother is having her first baby.  

From the video "need of use of oxitocina because of uterus hypotonique. The childbearing is eutocic, to term, 40 weeks and it was necessary to practise an episiotomy. "

This is a video of women giving birth.  The video is a bit dark.  It looks like home births from the footage.

A live song singing about the lighter sides of child birth from the perspect of a mother.  Enjoy!

This video is a woman discussing her natural child birth.  Sometimes it's nice to hear about a situation after the dust settles.

Natural Childbirth is a philosophy of childbirth that is based on the notion that women who are adequately prepared are innately able to give birth to their child, without external intervention. The term "natural childbirth" was coined by obstetrician Grantly Dick-Read upon publication of his book Natural Childbirth in the 1930s, which was followed by the 1942 Childbirth Without Fear
Historically most women gave birth at home, without medical intervention. These births were generally attended by a midwife, local family physician, or members of the birthing woman's family. At the onset of the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century, giving birth at home became more difficult due to congested living spaces and dirty living conditions. This drove urban and lower class women to newly available hospitals, while wealthy and middle-class women continued to labor at home [1]. In the early 1900s there was an increasing availability of hospitals, and more women began going into the hospital for labor and delivery. In the United States, the middle classes were especially receptive to the medicalization of childbirth, which promised a safer and less painful labor[2], and in fact the ability to labor without pain was part of the early feminist movement[1]. With this change from primarily homebirth to primarily hospital birth came changes in the care women received during labor: although no longer the case, in the 1940s it was common for women to be routinely sedated and for babies to be delivered from their unconscious mothers with forceps (termed by Dr. Robert A. Bradley as "knock-em-out, drag-em-out obstetrics"). Other routine obstetric interventions have similarly come and gone: shaving of the mother's pubic region; mandatory intravenous drips; enemas; hand strapping of the laboring women; and the 12 hour monitoring of newborns in a nursery away from the mother.

While this site is intended to be for child birth and not for sexual purposes, this video seemed important from an educational stand point.

a beautiful girl Sara is born into the world.

This is a video of natural child birth