Random Musings from the Lap Huntress
You would prefer a non-sterile environment with untidy people and dim lighting?--Nom
Ahh, the old 'anyplace but a hospital is too dirty for birth' argument. Actually, a woman has far less chance of being exposed to harmful germs in her own home, or in a birth center, than in a hospital. And as long as basic cleanliness is followed, birth doesn't need a 'sterile' enviroment. And yes, most women, when asked what they 'need' to give birth, will mention dim lighting. It's part of the instinctual desire for shelter, safety and comfort while laboring.
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