If the due date has already arrived and the baby is not making any effort to come out, then follow up with labor induction by the doctor. Contractions that come naturally are treated as follows:
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Signs Of Labor
The signs of labor are:
- Many women lose 900-1400 g before giving birth.
- Mild diarrhea – the intestines are cleansed before birth.
- The baby moves less – it becomes calmer.
- Mucus plug is loosened. Visible as mucus plug with mixed traces of blood in the panties.
- Fear bladder bursts.
- Sometimes the first contractions can drag on for weeks. These usually come every 20-30 minutes, then speed up for a short time, about every 5 to 10 minutes, and then stop abruptly.
Contractions, on the other hand, are abdominal cramp-like and the pain extends into your legs and back. If you are about to give birth, then the contractions will get stronger and come at shorter and shorter intervals. Now it is time to go to the clinic.
Even the first contractions are a reason for some women to come to the hospital. In most cases, however, this is far too early and they are sent home again or have to stay in the hospital for several more hours or wait until the time comes.
First Stage Of Birth
In the first births, it takes about 10 to 12 hours for the cervix to open. With subsequent births, it will be quicker. It is quite normal if you are a little scared at this stage.
You may be surprised at how intense your pain is, but don’t try to fight it; instead, ask for painkillers if the pain is unbearable. If you have decided to use painkillers, wait for 10-15 minutes. Your partner and the midwives will support you in your pain-filled situation and you will be surprised how good this support does you.
In the first stage you should take the following positions:
- During the pauses in labor you should walk up and down.
- You should use the breathing techniques you learned during pregnancy.
- You should be aware of every single contraction.
- Try to stand upright to push the baby down and support the contractions.
- Moan and write without being inhibited or finding it embarrassing.
Epidural anesthesia is a local anesthetic. In this procedure, an analgesic is injected into the spinal cord and you are unable to move freely. This epidural, also called PDA, is very effective in relieving pain. However, other procedures, such as an episiotomy or other procedures, are sometimes necessary. It is also used as a method of anesthesia during cesarean section.
In this stage, your baby causes contractions that last a long time and can also be very painful. Sometimes you can hardly stand them and you become more and more exhausted. You may also experience other discomforts, such as nausea, vomiting, and chills. Birth with episiotomy.
The perineal incision is a cut in the perineal tissue. It widens the birth canal, but there are several opinions about this practice. The episiotomy causes discomfort for several weeks after birth. Many experts believe that perineal tear heals better.