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VERIFIED Free 3gp Video Of A Women Giving Birth To A Baby

Happiest Baby On the Block - Learn proven techniques for calming even the fussiest baby in this two-hour class. Attend before the birth or bring your baby to class within the first three weeks after birth.

free 3gp video of a women giving birth to a baby

Labor & Birth Preparation Three-week Series - Expectant parents will gain confidence and feel better prepared to welcome their baby into the world by attending this program. Learn about common hospital birth practices, pain management options and spend time each week practicing labor support techniques.

Labor & Birth Preparation Refresher - This class is perfect for expectant couples who have attended prenatal classes in the past and are preparing for the birth of another baby. Updates about labor and birth practices and labor support techniques will be presented.

Labor & Birth Preparation Online e-Class - Perfect alternative for busy couples and moms on pregnancy bed rest. Registration includes eight weeks of access to self-learning modules customized for women giving birth at Mercy.

While you can get all of these therapies and more by giving birth at a hospital, many low-risk moms hoping for a natural birth choose to deliver in a birthing center, where all births are managed without the use of medication.

Emotionally, in the first weeks after birth you may have the baby blues or feel jittery, excited, overwhelmed or frustrated. Hang in there. Gradually over time, the symptoms will recede, you will start bonding with your baby, and you will feel like having sex again.

In the U.S., some birthing centers and hospitals offer water births. Birthing centers are medical facilities that offer a more homelike setting than a hospital and more natural options for women having babies. The use of a birthing pool during the first stage of labor might:

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), which sets guidelines for pregnancy and childbirth care in the U.S., says a water birth during the first stage of labor may have some benefits but delivering your baby underwater should be considered an experimental procedure with risks. The first stage is from when contractions start until your cervix is fully dilated.

Some who opt for natural childbirth choose to deliver in a non-hospital setting such as a birth center. There, they can move around during their labor, get in positions that are most comfortable to them, and spend time in the tub or jacuzzi. The baby is checked often, such as with a handheld ultrasound device. Comfort measures such as hydrotherapy, massage, warm and cold compresses, and visualization and relaxation techniques are often used. Moms can eat and drink during their labor.

It's also possible to have a more natural childbirth in many hospitals. Some hospitals have birth centers with a focus on a natural approach with medical intervention available if needed. For low-risk births, many hospitals offer homelike settings where women can labor, deliver, and recover in the same room. They may take their cues from the laboring woman, letting the labor proceed more slowly and without intervention if all seems to be going well. They may use alternative pain-management techniques if requested and welcome the assistance of labor assistants like midwives or doulas.

A natural C-section birth is a cesarean with minimal doctor interference. After the doctor makes the incision, the baby essentially wiggles out on their own. This educational birth video shows just that.

A natural birth is one that avoids all pain medications and medical interventions during the delivery. Some women choose this as they feel it is the most natural way of birthing, and hence the healthiest. Moreover, some women are at risk for lowered blood pressure when they opt for an epidural, which in turn affects the baby and the entire birthing experience.

Sometimes, a doctor may have to use forceps to bring the baby out through the vaginal canal. This is done only when the mother is no longer able to push, or the baby is having trouble coming through the birthing canal. These days, forceps delivery is becoming increasingly rare as there is a risk of injury to the baby.

Doctors generally advise women who have had c-sections with past births to continue having a c-section with subsequent births. However, it is more and more common now for doctors to encourage women to deliver vaginally even with a c-section history. Mothers may also prefer a normal delivery after having longer recovery times after a previous c-section. When a woman delivers normally after a c-section, it is called a VBAC.

One of the first symptoms of labour pain is mild discomfort in the lower abdominal area. When a woman is ready to give birth, the cervix softens, thins and begins to open. This part lasts the longest time. At the beginning, some women may not even feel this. However, as time goes on, she may start feeling some pain and discomfort, but the contractions are irregular as opposed to timed and predictable contractions later. All women are different, so some may feel the signs of labour approaching, and some may not.

The second stage of labour is from the time the cervix is fully dilated to when the baby makes its way out of the birth canal. It is normal to feel pain during delivery during this time. Some of the common experiences of the second stage of labour are:

Once your baby is born, you may feel a lot of relief and a sense of accomplishment. Depending on your birth plan, you will get to hold your baby or lay him/her on your chest. It is a very powerful experience for a mother. This is also when the next stage of labour begins, as you still need to deliver the placenta to finish the entire normal delivery process.

Women that are healthy overall, have a healthy weight, and have little to no pregnancy complications are the best candidates for a normal delivery. Therefore, a healthy pregnancy starts with a healthy lifestyle. This begins before conception, such as regularly taking prenatal vitamins, exercising regularly, eating healthy, and maintaining a healthy weight. Once you are pregnant, continuing a healthy lifestyle makes you the best candidate for ahealthy and stress-free pregnancy and birthing plan.

Your pregnancy experience and your normal delivery process is enhanced when the environment you are around is positive and helpful. A stress-free pregnancy is not impossible as long as you do your part to create the right space for you and your baby. Do things that youenjoy doing guilt-free, such as reading books or watching something you like. Spend time with friends and family you love. Give yourself this time to reconnect with who you are. Also take time to practice exercises for normal delivery andbreathing techniques and meditation, as this can help you create positivity and calmness if you feel like your environment is not always helping you.Grounding techniques and mindfulness are also integral in helping you cope with stress in the long run.

Pregnant women are often advised not to exercise themselves for fear of overexertion or stress to the baby. However, gentle exercises are an important part of a healthy pregnancy. You will be surprised as to how durable and strong your body and uterus are. Doing slow-movement exercises like yoga and walking regularly are some incredible ways to prepare your body for birth. Walking keeps your lower organs fit by increasing blood flow, while yoga strengthens your overall body and spirit.

Kegel exercises are also one of the best exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor to get it ready for the process of giving birth. They also strengthen your bladder, uterus and bowels, all of which play an integral part in giving birth. To do this exercise, you need to contract your pelvic muscles and hold them for a count of 5, and release. It is recommended that you do 10 times in one go, take a break, and repeat the same thing 4 more times.

A natural and normal delivery procedure releases a lot of oxytocin in the body, which can be an incredible experience to bond with a baby, and can also let a mother up and walking a few hours after giving birth.

Though a c-section is now more common than ever, it is still a surgery, which can bring with it complications after birth. There is a prolonged recovery time for the incision and a longer hospital stay, chances of developing an infection at the surgery site, scarring from the incision, reactions to the anesthesia, and much longer-lasting pain. Moreover, it is better to have a normal delivery if you are pregnant with multiple foetuses, as women who have previously had c-sections are more likely to have c-sections with their subsequent pregnancies. This does not always need to be the case, as vaginal births after a c-section (VBAC) are becoming more common as well. Your doctor can tell you more about VBAC as an option.

However, you may also want to choose a c-section even if you have a healthy pregnancy. Both birthing methods make you a mother, and both methods have their pros and cons. Many women choose to schedule a c-section to avoid the complications from a normal birth,such as tearing, incontinence, the pain of contractions, and future sexual dysfunction. Moreover, a c-section may be recommended by a doctor if the baby is too big to be birthed normally, or if you have too many complications that can affect your ability to give birth naturally.

Apart from this, the deadly COVID-19 outbreak has put pregnant women at heightened risk when compared to non-pregnant women, say studies. Preterm births and delivery by cesarean are one of the adverse side effects of COVID-19 infection in pregnant women. Pregnant women are also more likely to acquire respiratory issues if affected by novel coronavirus and those with comorbidities such as diabetes might develop serious respiratory conditions and require intensive care.

It is normal to gain some weight during pregnancy, as your body needs the extra nutrients and food for the baby and upcoming birth. However, gaining too much weight can be unhealthy for both you and your baby, and sometimes even lead to an unplanned c-section due to the complications. Gaining about 8-12kgs is normal, and this depends on your BMI. An Indian woman with a low BMI can gain upto 18kgs, a woman with a normal BMI upto 16kgs, and an overweight woman upto 11.5kgs. Your doctor can tell you more about your particular body and its capabilities.

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