Some of aren't. We aren't built to conceive naturally if at all, we aren't built to hold a child, we aren't built to keep a child until term. Some of us a can't go into labor on our own in time without consequences, some of us can't labor without hurting our children, some of us need to have children surgically removed, some of us have to adopt.
And sometimes its not always the eeevviiiil Doctors fault. For some of us our bodies don't work how and do what they should the way they should. And we need those doctors. Sometimes they are not out to get us they are trying to get mom and baby here safe and not take a chance. Sometimes mom doesn't want to take a chance. Sometime the fear of litigation is real and the doctors are in a rough spot. Intervene or not. Google sometime to see how many lawyers are trolling web looking for victim of still births, birth injuries or cerebal palsey because a doctor didn't call a csection in time or at all, or induce or fast enough in time for the lawyers taste.
I'm over seeing poor mommas crash and burn( because I can emphathize) when something goes awry because we fell into the trap that natural=perfect, natural = without danger, and natural = self worth.
Would it be easier to let go and heal from birth trauma if we didnt identify so heavily our self worth with the ability to get a baby out drugless and out of an certain orifice? Would PPD be easier to tackle. Do women in other countries where they little choice but to birth as nature would have it, say they were "failures" if they found themselves in an Or to have a stuck OP baby removed or offered pain relief, or would they be thankful?