Childbirth is a very exciting time for all mothers, and ending her pregnancy and get her little baby and loved. The truth is that, in many cases, mothers tend to feel very distressed with this event, especially if gilts, due to the lack of information on labor, contractions and possible variables that may arise.
Therefore, we offer some concepts to help you learn more about the birthing process and be much quieter.Terms you have to know:
Some doctors prefer a planned caesarean section because the mother or the baby have a particular condition that may jeopardize their welfare and, in some cases, even their lives. In these cases, a cesarean section may be performed before labor starts is programmed.
Uterine contractions are those that occur when you start the birthing process and help the baby passes through the birth canal until birth. There are also “fake” contractions that may occur on the end of the third trimester of pregnancy and tend to confuse mothers. To learn more about them,
• Prolapsed of cord or umbilical
Prolapsed is the premature expulsion of the umbilical cord during birth. When this occurs, physicians should address urgently the mother to keep the baby will suffer serious and irreversible damage.
When the baby is almost over leaving the birth canal, his head covers the entire vaginal opening, which is known as “crown” and is the time prior to the baby is born.
The expansion is part of the first stage of labor, in which the cervix widens up to 10 inches.