One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A vaginal birth, especially without medical intervention such as the use of pain-relieving medication.‘a growing number of mothers are opting for a natural birth for their babies’mass noun ‘she asked the Minister what measures the Government was taking to promote natural birth’
- ‘Critics suggest mothers in more affluent areas request the operations to avoid the experience of natural birth.’
- ‘Fear is the biggest inhibitor of natural birth.’
- ‘Not all of us have the option in having a natural birth.’
- ‘She wanted a natural birth and she was so happy she was able to have one.’
- ‘A lot of us wanted natural births and they just didn't happen.’
- ‘"I'd wanted a natural birth in a water pool but ended up having a Caesarean section instead," she added.’
- ‘She is planning a natural birth for her baby but does not know if it will be a girl or a boy, sources have said.’
- ‘It is standard practice in a lot of European private clinics to pay for a five-day stay even when you have a natural birth.’
- ‘The 38-year-old had a Caesarean booked for two weeks later but barely made it to hospital in time for the natural birth.’
- ‘I for one was very fortunate to have had two beautiful natural births.’
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