I am curious who put the video up, I sure hope the birthing mother gave her permission!
Did anyone else notice the woman who gave the episiotomy was fumbling with the scissors at first?
Nuchal hand too... and so that baby was hard to get out I'm sure, especially lying down. It would have been more expedient for the mother to have been upright allowing gravity to assist instead of something pulling and tugging on the baby's head IMO.
actually, watching that video was helpful to me because I've never seen a birth video where the baby had nuchal hand and it was helpful to see that because we suspect Audrey had a nuchal hand/fist somewhere near her face but because of the waterbirth and me being the one to catch her (well, I sorta did thankfully the bottom of the pool was cushioned
)... but how that baby looks coming out is how it felt when Audrey came out.
I did notice the mom had a look of exhiliration and joy on her face... I was glad to see that.
The second video... hmm, perineal stretching gives me the heebie jeebies because it was done to me with my first birth and it was awful.