Physiological delivery

Physiological birth - this is the birth, in which the child is born in the proper time and in a natural way. That is, physiological births go through three stages (disclosure, expulsion and succession), and after the birth of the child, the placenta is separated and the birth of the afterbirth occurs.

To physiological birth was normal, the woman in labor should know what is happening at each stage, their average duration and, of course, what feelings, including painful ones, they accompany.

Partnering is not an option for everyone

If a pregnant woman wants her father's future father to be present during childbirth, then this issue is decided not on the eve of the delivery period: in order for partner births not to cast a man into a state of shock, one husband's consent is not enough

How to speed up the reduction of the uterus after childbirth: exercise, injections of oxytocin

Reduction of the uterus after childbirth is often the cause of lower abdominal pain or discomfort for a long time after the birth of the child. But this is not always a normal phenomenon and it is important when it is worth contacting the doctor, what are the normal timing of the involution of the uterus and possible options for treating the pathology.

Soft cervix of the uterus

Describing sources that can provoke softening of the cervix, it is worth noting that they can have physiologically justified reasons, and can be caused by pathological changes in the sexual organs of a woman.

Natural delivery after cesarean section

The main question that interests women who gave birth to the firstborn by dissecting the uterus and extracting the child through this incision is whether natural births after cesarean are possible?

Symphysitis after childbirth

This pathology arises from the formation of a large distance between pubic bones due to their discrepancy.

Childbirth in the water

It is also believed that thanks to the genera in the water, the baby does not suffer from a sharp temperature drop, is not exposed to the unpleasant effect of blinding light, deafening noise, unfamiliar smells

Vertical delivery: what does every pregnant woman need?

In our days, vertical birth (BP, vertical birth) is considered not quite common practice. Many women have not even heard of such births.

Management of the postpartum period

In recent decades, the experience gained in obstetric practice has convincingly confirmed the rationality of active management of the normal postpartum period.

The physiological postpartum period: changes in the body of the puerpera

The puerperal, or postpartum period is the period beginning after the birth of the afterbirth and lasting 8 weeks. During this time, reverse development (involution) of organs and systems, which underwent changes due to pregnancy and childbirth, occurs.

Management of normal delivery

In many obstetric hospitals partner birth


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