Thanks! My little dude is now 2 1/2 months old as of today, and we did have a successful vaginal birth using Hypnobabies. I did end up having to get an epidural due to some unavoidable complications, but that didn’t prevent my body from being able to give birth to a 9lb, 9oz baby boy 🙂
I would definitely recommend Hypnobabies as a birthing method for expecting moms with vaginismus. Definitely kept me in a good place mentally and physically.
Hi Vashalla. Happy Friday! I hope you are doing well. I was wondering if you had any thoughts and advice for Stephanie, who posted today:
“Hello everyone I’m stephanie , I am 4years post procedure and 24 weeks pregnant! I have been thinking about my birth plan. And with all this anxiety I have with hospitals and doctors and the bad experiences I have had, I’ve been thinking that I want to go the midwife route. I want to birth in a birth center disguised as a home. I would like to not be confined to a bed maybe water birth and just be able to be comfortable and roam as I please and let my body do what it needs to do on its own. With that said there would be no epidural.
my OBGYN said that she’s had patients like me with vaginismus and that she’s done c sections on them. Or that the best thing would be to get an epidural because I have vaginal spasms. She really didn’t give me any options and just told me that I HAVE to have it on a bed that there was no other way. And who knows maybe that will be the place I end up on. But I think that I would do a lot better in a place that is calm and no rushing in and out and with many options.”