I know things like complicated births san be scary, but remember more often that not, the staff at hospitals etc are very good at support, they have been trained to look after mums in labour a certain way, and are there to help smile And just keep thinking of what comes out of it, another wonderful blessing!!!! That is what I would concentrate on. It is a very emotional time for all tho, especially the mother, and pregnancy reeeeeeeaaaalllly does overtime on their emotions! I found it hard just getting induced, it was over three days, and I was getting more and more worked up by the day as everything possible starts going through your mind! :| I was getting anxious, knowing it could all happen at anytime. My girl is 8 months now, and a pure joy.
Remember there is nine months in a pregnany, and that leaves you a few months to get used to no.2!!! Lol.
My husband and I live in a very remote part on NZ, on the West Coast of the South island, and the thing I was traumatised by was the fact that the hospital was over two hours away, and I did not want to have another baby on the coast!!! Even driving 2 hours to see the midwife was enough the first time, let alone with one. But anyway, it would have been very hard, it has been very hard with one baby living here, but my fabulous hubby just got a job back in my home town of Whangarei, which is much more populated and civilalized!!! I will also have my friend and family around me again, which i don't here, and I know I will have support. I know the thought of another can be overwhelming, but there is no real set time to have them!!! They usually tell you! Lol.
Hope this helps, I have prattled on a bit!!!