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Will I deliver in the same room I labor in?
The setup in some hospitals enables women to deliver in the same room they labor in. It is called LDRP, which means "labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum." With LDRP, you labor and deliver in the same room, then remain there during recovery and your stay at the hospital. Not all hospitals or birthing centers are equipped this way. In many places you will labor in a labor room and move to a delivery room to deliver. Then you will recover in a wardlike setting, where you remain until you go home.
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