Should I allow the childs father in the room when I give birth?

I am currently seven months pregnant, and the father and I have separated due to allegations that the baby isn’t his, that I must have gotten pregnant on purpose for child support, etc. I am scheduled to have a c section, and wondering if he should go into the OR with me. Our relationship was very toxic, and I feel as though this will add to the stress of delivery. Has anyone else gone through this?

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That’s a definite NO in my opinion.

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No, do what makes YOU feel comfortable.

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If he felt like that why would he wanna be in there

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I wouldn’t. Especially if he’s saying the baby isn’t his.

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U dont need stress. U need someone who really wants to be there for you

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If you are not together and he accusing you that its not his!!! I would say no…

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If it’s not his baby as he says then why does he care. NOPE

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No if he’s saying the baby isn’t his hell no

Then why have him there? If he thinks the baby isn’t his feel free not to invite his ass and send out DNA test bam.

No way! Men are not able to cope with their eyes after they see that…

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No I wouldnt allow it. I would only allow someone who would make the most and best decisions for my and my babies medical care. Csections are major surgery and if anything goes wrong you want someone who can help you make decisions or make decisions on your behalf that you would want made.

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Is all about what you want and what makes you comfortable

I 100% say it is your choice… I however would not want him in the room if he will make it more stressful for you.

Without!!! If he questioning anything. Forget that! That’s not what you or baby need!

No! Don’t let him steal your joy. He could ruin your beautiful moments with your baby.

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No! Do not give him the pleasure of seeing the baby be born.

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Surgery is already difficult, I would not want him in the room causing more stress to you.

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If he says the baby isn’t his then no. If he said the baby is then yes even if yall aren’t together. If you will be stressed then absolutely not. That is putting you and the baby at risk if you’re stressed.

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After having 4 c-sections you need someone you feel safe with in there with you. Mine was my husband but probably would have been my sister if I had a second choice. Goood luck :heart::v:

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