Wednesday, July 1, 2020

It is said that it is painful to have a baby, but few people know where the pain is

In fact, there are three main pains in giving birth. Everyone who is preparing for pregnancy, giving birth, and confinement after giving birth hastily looked over.

First place: Pain in contractions

Is it normal to give birth to the baby in the womb of the pregnant mother? There are three stages from the opening of the uterus to the delivery of the placenta. The first stage is a regular contraction until the palace is fully opened. Contractions have a certain degree of regularity, from the first 5 to 6 minutes contraction for 30 seconds to 2 to 3 minutes contraction for about 50 seconds. The longer the contraction, the more painful the maternal lower abdomen. The parturient can breathe regularly to relieve pain and save energy.

For the first time pregnant women, this process usually lasts 11 to 13 hours. The second stage is when the palace is fully opened until the baby is born. At this stage, the opening of the palace should be about 10 cm, which is also the most painful time. The time for the first parturient will not exceed two hours. The final stage is when the baby is born to the placenta. Generally no more than half an hour.

Second place: pain in the oppressive birth canal

This is actually the process of giving birth. Generally, a newborn baby is about 4 to 6 pounds. Although it is very small, the birth canal of the mother is also very small. With such a large baby coming out of the birth canal, the birth canal will be forced to rush. At the same time, the mother needs to give birth to the child hard. The birth process of the baby from the birth canal oppresses the birth canal, which is also the most painful process. But the pain index also varies from person to person.

The third pain: side cut

The full name of this lateral incision is "sequential perineal lateral incision", which is to perform lateral incision surgery on the perineum to help the baby be born smoothly. Doesn't it mean that only a caesarean section requires a knife? In fact, not all women who give birth will need to suffer this knife, as long as the baby is born smoothly, you can avoid this knife. There are generally two situations that require a knife: the baby's head is too large, and the elasticity of the maternal perineum is too poor. If you don't cut this knife and go out, it may cause the birth canal to split.

Of course, a slight split does not require side cutting. Maternal women who have had a perineal side excision will have trouble recovering. In order to avoid this kind of trouble, the maternal woman must do her homework from pregnancy. The easiest thing is to maintain your weight and don’t make your child too big. During pregnancy, you must pay attention to diet and take regular walks to maintain regular exercise. You can also actively practice perineal elasticity. Suddenly pause during the process of peeing, persist for about 8 seconds, and then continue peeing. Practice every time you boo, every day you will naturally increase the elasticity of the perineum and reduce the chance of side cutting.

However, don't be too scared to have a baby just because you read these things. As long as you do all the work during pregnancy and take good care of it, you won't suffer a knife. And the pain of having a child is also different from person to person, not every child who is born is in pain.

No comments:

Post a Comment