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When the time comes - Do you like to have your own birth?

When the time comes - Do you like to have your own birth?

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You believe the baby is more wise than it is, or could be, because we hardly know how nature works. What are your first signs?

Sadly, but without tiring

Starting a baby is a series of frightening moments that are not, or only rarely, portrayed in a protected bun. If you are, you are more likely to have difficult, dramatic births. There's the nonsense right now, we meet more and more parents on the screen and in the movie screen. Fear, anxiety, and always pain are the starting points for joy. Even though few people dare to believe that there is another way to speak: the emphasis is not on pain-free, because love and pain come in hand, rather it is wonderful, graceful, natural. Yet there are women who liken childbirth to orgasm. We are shocked to read that someone secretly, in the midst of harsh conditions, is the only one who gives birth to a child, and we are disbelieved to have been able to do without all the help. Even from this distance, it is not an ideal situation to raise the idea; perhaps in these times of urgency, referring to her instincts, women are only able to find the physiologically optimal path, just as nature has once done. There are a couple of examples among women living in the American Amish community today that they are born as naturally as if they were making dinner. Sometimes in silence so that the other children sleeping in the room do not wake up.


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Studies on home birth indicate that about 80% of women are expected to have a smooth, trouble-free birth. Of course, this does not mean that his dam will remain intact. It does not matter who and what kind of dam protection he applies. There are clinical statistics where first thirds of women fail to undergo obstetric incision and overtraining is completely obviated, which is a good result. Experienced midwives also report that, with proper birth control, obstetrics can be completely avoided because essentially small, fast-healing, fetal lesions occur. The most effective barrier defense is done by the mother: she protects herself from the bouts of death with her hands, her posture, and her body. One sure; We know little about how birth can take place in the most natural way possible. Few people try to fully rely on their bodies, their stimuli, their senses. Perhaps it's okay, in any case, it is wise to recognize the parent's overture!

When's the time? - Expected birth time

Familiar situation: A pregnant mother feels the doctor wants to know better what she knows best in the world. One of the points of contention is the time of conception. Why shouldn't the mother know when she conceived? Doctors can be better persuaded by documenting their convictions with the morning heat curve. If the day of conception is known, then according to the rule recognized by the 18th century German physician Naegele, seven days should be subtracted and then three months counted in the calendar. In the next year, the baby's expected birth will be exactly that day.
If we do not know the exact time of conception, the approximate 40-week, 10-lunar, or 28-day, count is exactly 281 days from the first day of the last menstrual period and a standard 28-day cycle. Longer or shorter menstrual periods require correction. Namely, the time of maturity of Homo sapiens is 38 weeks, 267 days from fertilization. However, these are just statistics, essentially currency.

Babies and tummies are a bit crazy

On the calculated day, only 4 to 10 percent of births occur. However, it does not count a week here or there, and 80-85 percent of babies are born two weeks around the day. Others, unfortunately, were prematurely born or conceived. At the right time was born Newborn 3300-3500 grams, 48-51 cm.

Is that it? - Time is coming!

Immediately before birth, the fetus grows rapidly, its load begins to become unbearable, the mum's mum is relieved: during the last few weeks, the fetus is slowly turned upside down, its bucci fits into the pelvis at the lower abdomen. This reduces the load on the chest, diaphragm and stomach; breathing more easily, stomach churning.
The abdominal dislocation is caused by occasional muscle mass movements of the abdominal wall. The muscular contractions, the so-called Braxton-Hicks contractions, are painless for the time being: they improve the uterine blood circulation, stimulate the uterine muscle growth, but keep the muscles alive. Then the baby starts to press down on the bladder, squeezing into the lower part of the pool. Contractions start from below and radiate. They can also be painful, as if you had a baby. They can be felt up to four times a day, but remain irregular; They last up to twice every 30-40 seconds every night. Experienced babies can be fooled, and they are thinking about giving birth. Beginning small children do not necessarily feel painful like menstruation, often even after childbirth. Pregnant women may be sensitive, restless, heartbeat, hot flashes, headaches, vomiting, vaginal discharge, but life is not so simple: these signs may be completely gone. The most adventurous is rather calm, happy and confident, waiting for you: It's a good idea to get back on track, body knows what to do!