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Lifetime delivers a ground-breaking series unlike anything you have ever seen before. In eight hour-long episodes, the hospital docu-series One Born Every Minute takes an in-depth look at life inside the maternity ward, as expectant parents enter their final stages of pregnancy. From the front desk to the nurses’ station to the delivery room to the operating room, 40 cameras roll 24 hours a day, seven days a week to capture the drama, the humor, and the overwhelming emotion everyone experiences as new lives begin and others change forever. Based on the popular U.K. format.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTo Medicate or Not? That Is the Question.||From a woman who wants everything she can get for pain to a woman who doesn't even want it mentioned, every Mom must make their own decision on how to manage their labor pains.||41:48||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoExpect the Unexpected||There's never a dull moment in Labor and Delivery. From the patients that you treat to the problems that you greet. Witness the most terrifying complication in Labor and Delivery and one of the most unusual patients ever...a mom pregnant with twins from two different fathers.||41:51||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWho is the Baby Now?||A loving couple conquers the dreaded needle, only to face a gut-wrenching c-section. Two teenagers cram for the test of parenthood as they say goodbye to their childhood. And a first time mom tries to joke her way through delivery but it's her labor that gets the last laugh.||41:31||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMama Knows Best||Their first delivery was disaster, but even a military tour in Iraq couldn't prepare him for this. She has three boys at home and is carrying her last baby, but her dreams of having a girl are replaced with hopes for her baby's survival. It's the first baby for these newlyweds and when her labor starts to drag on her mother has to step in.||41:51||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMission Impossible||This self proclaimed type-A forgot her birth plan at home forcing her to rely on her primal instinct. This mom of four boys wants a girl and her parents are with her all the way but her delivery is way more than she bargained for.||42:10||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPatience Is the Name of the Game||This single mom is here to have her second baby, but her oldest isn't having it! And her pesky lip ring threatens the whole affair. It took them years to get pregnant with twins, and when her labor is prolonged dad's way of passing the time isn't really helping. Finally, her water broke late at night while the father is away at school.||41:57||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFear is a Four-Letter Word||Two sportscasters are taking their first shot at parenthood, but a nagging condition threatens their chances for glory. Twins are in store for this happy couple but her previous delivery has everyone on the edge of their seats. And all pregnant women experience a little fear, but this first time mom takes being scared really seriously.||41:54||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMiracles Do Happen||High school sweethearts having their second baby girl have the support of his parents but the real question is it helping? It's baby number two for this mom but a grapefruit-sized fibroid in her birth canal threatens to block her baby's delivery. And this single mother with twins could be the answer to a couple's 13 year-old dream of having a family.||42:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
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I'm 8 months pregnant, and while this show didn't make me less nervous to give birth, it did make me even more excited to meet my little guy :) I wish there were more episodes available!
Perfect for typical hospital experience
Honestly, I enjoy being able to see the birth process, but dislike how one-sided this series is. There ARE options during birth that the hospital doesn't show, that unfortunately, many women do not know are out there. As a doula and a midwife in training, these women NEED to see that there are people who will fight for THEM as well.. and this show seems to highly push interventions and medication like candy. Unfortunately, women are taught that the ONLY way they can give birth is with pain medications and laying flat on their backs to deliver, etc... I think this show just adds to that stigma.
My hope is that they will show more natural births because they ARE out there and they ARE an option! Pain does not have to be seen as such!
There are. This is a copy of a british show of the same name. iTunes doesnt have it but other places do. As a plus, watching the uk version probably WILL ease your nerves a bit. The uk women seem to have much longer & more painful labor as well as having some differences in hospital policies - just the way the birthing process is handled that made me feel better that I'd be having a child in the US instead of the UK. congrats & good luck on you big day coming up!!!!