After 2 very quick, easy and drug free labors I'm finding myself anxious about giving birth to twins. Just hoping I can go vaginally has me anxious enough, but hearing that epidurals are frequently pushed upon moms birthing twins is really getting to me. I've been really lucky with my ability to deal with the pain of labor and feel blessed that I've never felt the need for pain relief. I really enjoy the God Awful expirience of labor and delivery. Weird, I know!! I also know that they recommend and epi. in case the need for an emergancy C-section arises. But what would they do for a singleton mommy with no drugs in need of an emergancy c-section. Why would my situation be so different? Now I have to decide whether or not I should fight for the labor I want. Of course the saftey of the babies will always come first as different situations arise. But would it really be that selfish and risky to just try with no drugs? I unserstand that there is so much time left and that things can turn in the opposite direction of how I want it to be. This will most likely be the last time I get to do this and if at all possible, I really want to experience this fully the way I did with my first 2. Any thoughts or suggestions?
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