Good afternoon to you! Welcome here, and I guarantee you that you will get someone who can step in your mother's shoe and advice you. Meanwhile, there is nothing special about giving birth. You can either give birth normally or opt for CS. But as a young girl I would advise that when the time comes, you opt for normal delivery. You see, if there are no complications, a woman should deliver naturally. The human body is made in such a way that it will automatically expel the baby from the uterus if it realizes that you are not making enough effort. In fact, the cramping that accompanies the labor pain is supposed to help the body to expel the baby. Unfortunately, we sometimes become impatient and rush ladies to the theatre. Now what happens is that months after conceiving, you will see your GP for check-ups. He will take you through some lessons that will help you familiarise yourself with the delivery process. There is nothing to worry about here my dear. In fact, after the first delivery, you will realize that the doctors play a very minimal role. If you can just push the baby at the right time, things will be alright. Now about conceiving, I cannot guarantee on that. Some women conceive easily while others struggle to conceive. So it depends on a lot of factors including your health status. If you have no fertility issue, I think you will not have a problem here. However, if you realize that you are taking too long to conceive, you will need to visit a doctor.