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    About three years back, Gisele Bundchen had a safe water delivery and she had a painless and drug free water delivery. Yes, many of the actresses have also sworn in by the water delivery method. However, the American Obstetricians and Pediatrics ...
    Water births not recommended because of possible risks, medical groups sayBoston Globe
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    We can't know for sure what any baby's birth feels like. However, champions of water birth believe that the transition to the outside world is less traumatic for babies who are born in water.

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    Water is a natural pain reliever. The baby does not use it lungs until it hits air. It is in water in you now and even when your water breaks, you body still makes some fluid. The baby doesn't' breathe air until after birth. I wanted a water birth, but I had some complications.

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