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All the policies are not so black and white, you can videotape postpartum, or you can videotape labor and postpartum but not the birth. You can videotape vaginal deliveries but not cesareans. Some places will allow you to video or photograph with your doctor’s permission only. See Videos Showing Natural Childbirth in Various Settings.
Why You Should Make A Video Of Your Baby’s Birth. Creating a birth video is a great way to capture the important moments during your delivery so that you’ll have them to look back on in. Permission for Making a Video of Your Childbirth. Unless you are making a video of a home birth, you will want to check with the hospital or birthing center about their policies regarding recording your childbirth.
You will find many medical facilities have rules that: Prohibit the use of video recordings during surgery ; Require you to bring your own power source for video equipment. Another reason why mothers choose not to videotape or take pictures during the birth is fear of feeling “watched.” Stephanie Soderblom, doula and owner of BirthDiaries.com, reassures mothers saying, “I tell people that if they are wishy washy about it at all to do it I tell them that rarely do people even know that photos are being taken. An operative vaginal birth can result in worse tears to the perineum or the vagina.
The biggest risks that I talk to parents about is the risk of marks. You can see a little mark left by the suction. Narrator: Your baby may have temporary bruising or small cuts on his head or face that may last for several days.
You’ll deliver your baby during the second stage of labor. How long it lasts: It can take from a few minutes up to a few hours or more to push your baby into the world. It might take longer for first-time moms and women who’ve had an epidural. Doing so can significantly reduce your baby’s risk of neural tube birth defects, such as spina bifida. If you’re obese, consider losing weight before you attempt to conceive. (Never try to lose weight during pregnancy, though.) Your caregiver can help you figure out how to get down to a healthy weight.
Guidelines from the Institute of Medicine. Since an epidural numbs the entire area between your breasts and knees, you might wonder how you can push your baby out during labor. While some studies have looked at whether or not having an epidural alters how you push your baby out, the results have been mixed. You and your baby can experience some sedation and/or nausea.
According to Danforth’s Obstetrics and Gynecology, babies born to mothers who used Fentanyl to relieve pain during labor were less likely to need naloxone (medication to help with breathing) than babies born to mothers who used Demerol. However water birth is not widely practiced by doctors, since delivering in water can put your baby at risk for a number of rare but dangerous conditions and no scientific studies have confirmed the benefits during the second stage of active delivery, when the baby is pushed out.
List of related literature:
|from Expecting 411 (4th edition): The Insider’s Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth|
|from Principles of Risk Management and Patient Safety|
|from Maternal Child Nursing Care in Canada E-Book|
|from Comprehensive Neonatal Care: An Interdisciplinary Approach|
|from Perinatal Nursing|
|from Maternity and Women’s Health Care E-Book|
|from The Pregnancy and Postpartum Anxiety Workbook: Practical Skills to Help You Overcome Anxiety, Worry, Panic Attacks, Obsessions, and Compulsions|
|from Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide|
|from Total Recall|
|from What to Expect When You’re Expecting 4th Edition|