Bearing a child for nine months in a womb and then bringing into the world is not and Childs play. She molds herself at every physical body changes and survives the labor pain, giving birth to a baby. Every delivery and labor experience is different and unique for every woman. But we all want a positive end for our delivery. What to Expect during The Normal Vaginal Delivery? We’re discussing some points about Normal vaginal delivery, that’ll give you an idea about it.
What’s is the proper method to push while normal vaginal delivery?
Take a deep breath and hold it in your lounge and stick your chin to chest, keep your hands in between your legs and with the help of your hands pull your legs towards your chest and then start pushing.
Don’t feel embarrassed of accidentally passing stool as it’s absolutely normal and your nurse will quickly clean it up.
What are the risks associated with the normal vaginal delivery?
In Normal vaginal delivery, no significant risk is noted until the patient’s conditions are normal and it is performed under favorable conditions and proper methods. There can be vaginal or cervical tear during delivery that can be repaired through stitching. Cervix and vagina have a rich blood supply, so injuries in these areas are healed quickly leave no or little scar behind. If patients is associated with any additional symptoms or disease that can be managed accordingly
Will I Need an Episiotomy?
Episiotomy is an incision given at vaginal wall at the second stage of labor. Episiotomy is given to enlarge the vaginal opening so as to facilitate easy and safe delivery of the baby. And to avoid an irregular perineal tear. No one can predict whether you’ll get episiotomy or not. The incision is repaired using suture that dissolves ps naturally leaving no or little scar.
When Can I BreastfeedMy Baby?
You can breastfeed your baby provided your baby is in stable condition. It’s advised to perform skin to skin contact between mother and baby after birth. This promotes the Breastfeeding efficacy. Don’t get embarrassed if you don’t breastfeed properly. It’s just the beginning both of you mother and baby will learn the right pattern of breastfeeding.
Cons of vaginal birth for the mother
Stretching and tearing of tissues around the vagina and need repair. A woman may have a weakening of pelvic muscles and sometimes problems with bowel or urinary incontinence.
Pros of vaginal birth for the baby
One advantage is that mother can initiate breastfeeding sooner after normal vaginal delivery.
Baby born through normal vaginal delivery are immune resistance as they encompass bacteria while traveling through the birth canal. The rarely suffers from breathing problems.
After normal vaginal delivery, the mother gets faster recovery and a short stay at the hospital from 1 to 3 days.
- DISCLAIMER: The content in this post is purely meant for educational purpose only and not to be substituted for professional medical advice