Watch this video so you don't have to be afraid of tearing during childbirth. Learn three major ways to prevent tearing while your birthing your baby. Tearing during labor is a common concern for most pregnant woman. There are ways to prevent it as much as you possible can. These are the kids of things you learn during HypnoBirthing childbirth classes and the reason why most moms who practice HypnoBirthing do not tear during the delivery of their babies.
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A 64-year-old woman has given birth to healthy twins after her second successful pregnancy at an advanced age, a doctor in northern Spain has said. Recoletas Hospital medical director Enrique Martin said Thursday that the babies delivered by cesarean section on Tuesday are "perfectly healthy."
The unnamed woman had undergone fertility treatment in the US, Spanish media report. The hospital has posted a video clip of the Caesarean delivery. In 2012 the woman gave birth to a girl, who was later taken into care by social services, amid welfare concerns.
Create: 02/15/2017 - 13:26
"Who delivered your baby?" is a question commonly asked of new parents and has implications for the emotional empowerment of women during childbirth. In this talk, Dr. Greenwald focuses on a behavioral approach to childbirth, juxtaposed with a medical one, and discusses the physical and emotional constraints associated with our current birth practices.
Create: 02/15/2017 - 12:39
A mother and her unborn baby were miraculously saved after they both died during labour. Michelle Santiago, 27, suffered a sudden heart attack from severe pre-eclampsia and died on a waiting room bed in Guararapes Memorial hospital in Recife, north east Brazil, earlier this year.
Surgeons made the split-second decision to perform an emergency Caesarean with a scalpel and without anaesthetic on her lifeless body, right where she lay. They delivered the baby, but the child had apparently died in the womb at the same time as her mother.
Create: 02/12/2017 - 04:05
Having a baby is one of life’s happiest and most important moments. Whilst some mothers are able to give birth without pain relief, for many women it is an option they may wish to consider.
An epidural will make your labour less painful. A small plastic tube, called an epidural catheter, is inserted between the bones of your spine. Local anaesthetic is given down the tube, blocking pain in the nerves of the spine. This provides pain relief until the baby is born.
Benefits of Epidural:
Create: 02/11/2017 - 09:49
A record number of Americans with congenital heart defects are living to adulthood. There are now nearly 2.5 million people living with congenital heart defect in the U.S., more than half of which are adults. That represents an increase of 63 percent just since 2000.
Create: 02/05/2017 - 04:09
Induction of labour is the process of using drugs or other methods to encourage labour to start artificially rather than waiting for labour to start naturally. Induction can be a lengthy process. The process of induction can be different for everyone, most women will have their babies within 24 hrs, for others induction may take up to 2 to 3 days.
Inducing labour is usually reserved for situations where the benefits of delivering the baby outweigh the risks of continuing the pregnancy. Some situations where IOL is performed includes:
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Would you like to have a fearless birth? A birth you can look forward to? And would you like to know exactly how you can prepare for it? Unfortunately a lot of women believe, and I definitely used to be one of them, that giving birth is one of the worst experiences in a woman’s life and some women even choose not to have children because they are so scared of it.
However, there are a lot of things we can do and here they are:
Create: 02/02/2017 - 12:46
Though childbirth is frequently spoken of in terms of pain and punishment, some women do experience what are known as orgasmic or ecstatic births. According to a recent survey, 6% of women say they have had a “birthgasm” while delivering their child, which can be triggered from G-spot stimulation when the baby descends.