Labor & Delivery

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  • Perineal Tears Perineal Tears
    by » Feb 5, 2015 22:07
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    There're 4 degrees of perineal tear and the degree you undergo will depend on your specific condition. For example, if the child is born face-up, a 3rd or 4th perineal tear may be required.
  • What Does Effacement Mean? What Does Effacement Mean?
    by » Feb 5, 2015 0:14
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    What does effacement mean? Effacement is the process in which the cervix begins thinning out and becoming shorter to prepare for child birth. There're ways you can efface naturally!
  • Back Labor
    by » Jan 6, 2015 17:57
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    Back labor can be extremely uncomfortable and painful for mothers. How to cope with back labor discomfort and will back labor lead to complications?
  • False Labor False Labor
    by » Jan 6, 2015 3:56
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    There are a number of ways in which false labor can be identified and separated from real labor. You must also know proper ways to deal with false labor.
  • Passing Mucus Plug: Sign of Labor
    by » Jan 6, 2015 3:41
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    The mucus plug is an indication of labor. Once the mucus plug passes, necessary steps must be taken to prepare for baby’s arrival. What does mucus plug look like?
  • Bloody Show
    by » Jan 5, 2015 19:15
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    The bloody show sounds like a gross or painful process, but it is completely normal. Bloody show is one of the first indications that your body is entering labor.
  • Breech Birth Breech Birth
    by » Jan 3, 2015 22:03
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    Breech birth is when the baby comes out feet or buttocks first. When your baby is in a breech position, what can be done to change it and what to go for: a C-section or vaginal birth?
  • Birth Plan
    by » Dec 22, 2014 6:59
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    Each woman hopes for a smooth delivery with the awesome outcome of holding the baby in their arms. Some of the processes of childbirth are beyond a woman’s control. A birth plan helps an expecting mother feel confident and in control as much as possible.
  • Difference Between Epidural And Spinal Block Difference Between Epidural And Spinal Block
    by » Nov 19, 2014 5:10
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    Whether you are giving birth or having a surgery, you should know the difference between epidural and spinal block. Both are methods of relieving your discomfort and each comes with their own set of advantages and disadvantages due to the differing procedures.
  • Safe Ways to Help Bring on Labor at 36 Weeks
    by » Feb 28, 2018 19:51
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    In some cases, you may need to induce labor at 36 weeks. How to do it safely and what are the precautions to take for you and your baby? Learn all you need to know.

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