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The birth of a baby is a very beautiful and intimate experience...until now. America's Next Top Model winner Lisa D'Amato set a new record for the broadcasting the miracle of childbirth on Facebook Live.
Watch: Social Media TMI?
Lisa and her husband join The Doctors to discuss how going public with her birth was surprising, even to Lisa!
After getting an epidural, Lisa allowed her friend to record the entire birth, which ended up only being a 28-minute long recording! Lisa didn't even know that it was actually LIVE on Facebook to the public (and not just friends) until after the fact.
The video shows Lisa being lighthearted joking about what she's going to eat after the birth saying, "I don't know if I'm gonna get crispy chicken tacos, pizza, or Crustacean's garlic noodles." And it also show's the more serious side of giving birth. Their son Venice was put on oxygen support in the NICU after the umbilical cord got caught around his neck.
The Doctors wonder if we are taking social media sharing too far. Would you ever broadcast a live birth?