No, its not. There is alot that goes on during childbirth and a medical professional needs to be present to moniter both baby and mom. Its important to moniter the babies heartbeat for signs of distress that the baby is in trouble, and its important to moniter the mother for the same reasons. There are also tons of complications that can arise (breech positioning, the cord being wrapped around babys neck, high blood pressure, excessive bleeding, etc) that are life threatening to mom or baby and need medical profesionalls there to try and fix the situation.
It can go smoothly, but there is probably more chance of complications occurring than it all going well. Back in the 1500s or whatever, when childbirth was rarely assisted, there were A LOT of women that would die during childbirth. It was, I believe, a leading cause of death.
Though I have met people who have had a smooth accidental home-birth, I would strongly advise against it.
I guess it depends on the situation. If youve done it before and know what youre doing, yes. If youre not sure if youre doing everything right, I would go to a hospital. There are risks delivering unassisted, be very careful if this is what you decide to do. I personally wouldnt do it, I would go to the hospital, to doctors who know what theyre doing
Alright, given that you're 15, I'm guessing mom is a teen and you dont want anyone to find out. No, it is not ok to give birth unassisted. Even in villages without doctors, you have midwives who know what they are doing. It is never ok to give birth without someone with a clue present.
is it ok to shoot ur self in the foot and ask a 3 yearold to fix it? no u need experience to handle something as delicate as a baby there are so many things that could go wrong and u must be aware of what each sign of the birth means u need expiernce special tools and a doctors degree
You should have a professional at least present. Both my sister and I were born at home with a midwife present incase there were complications. You never know what can go wrong and you need someone there who knows exactly what to do if those complications arise.
No, I don't believe so. I think you should always have some kind of professional help around in case something goes wrong ...
No, not so good, if you want to just do it at home meaby you can get a doctor to come over in case of any emergency.