Birth of Multiples

Here is a great video montage of women who have given birth to twins or triplets vaginally. Nowadays, it is almost taken for granted that they’ll be surgically removed from the uterus. Thanks to Ruth for the link! And the pictures are of the proud, happy, and victorious mamas and their babies, not of the actual births, fwiw.

3 Responses

  1. THIS IS SOOOOOO AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I would love to put this on my site to share. Any advice in doing that?
    ssealing@cfaith.com hit me back please

  2. All I did was to go to YouTube, and it’s got an “embed” link on the upper right-hand side of the screen, just to the right of the video. I’m assuming that would be all you’d have to do — copy that link onto your site and it would be done (but it’s possible that embedding is a little more tricky than that on websites — I’m really not very knowledgeable about anything other than WordPress.🙂 Anyway, you can click on the video above, and then click again, and it will take you to where it is on YouTube.

    But, anyway, here is the url so you can go there directly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7E-wULAaD50

  3. Thank you for this video.. I gave birth to twins vaginally 6 months ago. With alot of support from midwives and a very experienced doctor. Twin A was born footling breech and Twin B turned at the last minute and was born head first. EVERYONE said I had to have a c-section if Twin A was breech but I knew I could do it vaginally. My girls were born at 36.6 weeks. Twin A Katelyn Aliyah 5.9 and Twin B Madelyn Alexis 6.2. Best delivery I have ever had

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