VAGINAL TEARING DURING BIRTH: Myths You Probably Believe
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Countdown to Baby: What Happens During Labor
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What Happens During Labor Contractions?
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During early labor, your cervix dilates and effaces. You’ll feel mild, irregular contractions. As your cervix begins to open, you might notice a clear, pink or slightly bloody discharge from your vagina.
Contractions During Childbirth. Contractions during childbirth are what is best known about labor. A contraction is simply the uterine muscle tightening and releasing and opening the cervix, the mouth of the uterus. Mother. The discomfort or pain caused by contractions can often be alleviated by changing positions. Chances are your girlfriends never got around to spilling the nitty-gritty details of what happens during labor. Why?
Because despite the blood, sweat and tears that are all part of childbirth, amnesia sets in pretty quickly once that adorable baby finally arrives. And no matter how much moms-to-be read up on the subject beforehand, doctors, nurses and midwives say. During labor, women become the strongest motherfuckers I know.
2. You could feel like you are at a party. Only it’s a party you don’t want to be attending. And you are the host, only you don’t want to be the host.
You keep seeing all these new faces, and you feel like you should be polite because they are. The 3rd stage of labour happens after your baby is born, when your womb contracts and the placenta comes out through your vagina. There are 2 ways to manage this stage of labour: active – when you have treatment to make it happen faster; physiological – when you have no treatment and this stage happens naturally.
A pregnancy that has progressed without any apparent hitch can still give way to complications during delivery. Here are some of the most common concerns. Failure to Progress (Prolonged Labor.
Childbirth is a unique experience for every woman, whether you’re a first-time mom or a longtime parent. Sometimes, the baby comes really fast. Other times, well, not so fast.
How quickly your. During labor, the role of the cervix must change from maintaining the pregnancy (by keeping the uterus closed) to facilitating delivery of the baby (by dilating, or. Usually your cervix will open up naturally on its own once you’re ready to go into labor.
However if your cervix shows no signs of dilating and effacing (softening, opening, thinning) to allow your baby to leave the uterus and enter the birth canal, your practitioner will need to get the ripening rolling. The body also releases the hormone progesterone during pregnancy, which (among many things) loosens a woman’s ligaments and muscles. This looseness helps the bones in the pelvis expand during labor, and thus accommodate the baby’s head as it works its way down the birth canal.
List of related literature:
|from Expecting 411 (4th edition): The Insider’s Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth|
|from Mastering Medical Terminology E-Book: Australia and New Zealand|
|from Clinical Anatomy and Physiology for Veterinary Technicians E-Book|
|from Spiritual Midwifery|
|from The Mama Natural Week-by-Week Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth|
|from Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured|
|from Midwifery: Preparation for Practice|
|from The Kingfisher Science Encyclopedia|
|from Principles of Anatomy and Physiology|
|from Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide|