Congratulations, you and your him you were good: you put in the yard a beautiful baby. If not the first, you already know what to go to meet. If what is growing inside you, and that for now is limited to send you straight to the bathroom when you wake up, it’s your first-born, it is normal that you have doubts, perplexities, and maybe even fear of what will happen. Above all, what will happen when the fateful moment finally arrives to give birth to your baby.
I need a cesarean
In Italy, a country where this practice according to the most recent data is used too often, it takes 38% of cesarean deliveries. But it is said that you should fall in the proportion: the first-time mothers who do not have a twin pregnancy, who do not have health problems, which come to an end and beginning labor spontaneously have (or should have, according to the WHO recommendations) a cesarean rate not exceeding 15%. If, however, your gynecologist to recommend a cesarean, “you can always ask him to first try natural childbirth Shelley suggests Scotka, doula (childbirth assistant that is) Texas. Or discuss with him what the risks are and what the benefits of cesarean. “In the event that, in the end, the intervention is necessary, all you need to know is that it takes on average 45 minutes.
I can not stand the pain
Childbirth is painful, there is little to do. But the pain has her because “the mother pushes to put yourself in the best position for labor and childbirth before then,” says Shelley Scotka. To help pregnant women to feel less pain, however, there are several roads. For example, attending a prenatal yoga class : learning to control your breathing and relax, you can cope better with the pain of childbirth. And the same happens attending a pre-partum, during which it is taught the best way to breathe and what is best to hire positions at different times. And then there’s always the possibility of asking the Epidural with the caveat, however, that removing the sensitivity to the body below the waist, this type of anesthesia according to a recent study published in Obstetrics and Gynecology – the extension time to give birth.