Let me tell me my experiences: My pregnancy itself started with lots of worries. I didnot get my pregnancy confirmed for close to 55 days inspite of me doing urine tests almost every other day. I got so worried as I didnot get my periods also. So our family doctor arranged for a blood test and it confirmed my pregnancy, still my gynec was not so sure and she ordered immediate scan. The scan results were also very weak and I was asked to come for a second scan to confirm the pregancy in another 10 days time. (As I had a previous abortion gynec was so concerned). Then it got confirmed, my husband got transferred. My MIL fell ill and as there will be no one to take care my husband was forced to leave me with my parents. My ill MIL passed away when I was 5 months pregnant and it came as a shock for me as she was not just my husband's mother and my MIL but a good friend after my mother. I loved her adored her and wanted her to be with me to raise my kids. But I was so unfortunate. As it was my first pregnancy and as my parents place was a 1 hour drive to the hospital where I am supposed to deliver, me and my mother moved to my uncle's house which was near the hospital. Till the due date I didnot get any pain but the night before the due date I got spotting and on the due date by the evening my water broke and I started getting my labour pains. My pains were progressing so slowly, and when it was just a matter of half an hour for delivery my gynec found that the baby's heartbeat is getting lower when I am in intense pain and when I push. Gynec spoke to me that if this situation continues, the baby will be blue baby, so it is advisable to have a c-section. I immediatly agreed for it and signed the papers without even consulting my parents who were eagerly waiting outside the delivery room. But incidently they came to know as I was shifted to the operation theater. And I delivered a beautiful girl.