What is Normal Delivery
The birth of your baby through your birth canal is called normal birth. There are 3 stages of normal birth:
- The first phase that lasts from the start of your pains to the full opening of the cervix.
- The second phase completed with the birth of your baby.
- The third stage, completed with the emergence of the placenta (spouse).
After the completion of the third stage, bleeding or tears are checked and episotomy or stitches are sutured.
What are the advantages of normal delivery?
After normal birth, the mother can return to her normal life within a few hours and start breastfeeding her baby in a very short time. It is better and quicker for the mother to return to her pre-pregnancy (especially the abdomen) than cesarean.
During normal delivery, the pressure on the chest due to the baby passing through the mother's pelvis causes the vast majority of the fluid in the baby's lung to drain and to breathe more easily.
The mother, who can hug and breastfeed her baby with birth, bonds with her baby much more quickly with the happiness and self-confidence of being active in birth.
What are the risks that may occur during normal birth?
One of the risky situations that can be seen in normal births is the tears that will occur in the mother as a result of pinching the baby into the birth canal or difficult birth.
These risks are minimized with the chance of immediate intervention in births followed by the specialist.
It should not be forgotten that it is difficult to reach ALL BEAUTY, BUT IT IS SO ENJOYABLE AS A RESULT.