How much does your baby love you? Still in the womb, I'm already secretly protecting you in these two ways

time:2022-12-08 07:38:30source:novahomeonline.com author:Parent child education
How much does your baby love you? Still in the womb, I'm already secretly protecting you in these two ways

Text / Good Pregnant Sister Yesterday, a friend in the mother group joked: When I was pregnant, as long as I wanted to stay up late at night to look at my mobile phone, the baby in my belly would kick non-stop. But as soon as I got into sleeping position, the little guy stopped kicking. It's much stricter than my husband. What's even more funny is that when the due date was approaching, I went to the hospital to ask if there was a single room. The doctor said there was another room, but a first-born baby like me had to have two fingers or the water broke before going through hospitalization procedures. Originally, I planned to wait in line again at that time, but when the fetal heart rate was measured, the doctor tested it seven or eight times and it showed that it was abnormal. The doctor reluctantly said that he would be hospitalized. Interestingly, after completing the formalities and living in a single room, the fetal heart rate measurement became normal again. Two days later, the little guy was born smoothly. My husband said that this child will occupy a place in the stomach. Probably because they felt the same way. Many friends also actively shared their similar experiences. Some mothers even said, "The child is your own little lucky star. Since pregnancy, everything is developing in a good direction." Some people may think that this is all the psychological effect of mothers. But that's not the case, the baby really loves you more than you think. After pregnancy, pregnant mothers will feel uncomfortable and hard, but what many pregnant mothers don't know is that you are not fighting alone. When you are protecting the fetus, they are also secretly protecting you in their own way. A study on repairing the mother's diseased organs found that after pregnancy, a fetal cell that resembles stem cells will enter the pregnant mother's blood and organs, such as the liver, thyroid and spleen. The cells can repair the diseased organs of the pregnant mother and can exist in the mother's body for many years. In addition, after pregnancy, the resistance of pregnant mothers usually declines. This is because progesterone in the body can reduce the activity of lymphocytes and prevent the mother from rejecting the fetus, thereby protecting the fetus. But there are also studies that show that pregnancy will increase the immunity of women to deal with gynecological tumors. Women who have gone through a complete pregnancy and childbirth process are about 40% less likely to develop gynecological diseases. During childbirth, actively cooperate with mothers In many people's impressions, it seems that during childbirth, only pregnant mothers endure pain and use all their strength. But in fact, the little guy in his belly is also working hard to see his mother earlier. They will actively cooperate with the mother and complete four turns in the birth canal. When they feel that the time is right and they want to come out, they will send a signal to their mother, such as more regular contractions, water breaking, etc. Afterwards, they tighten their jaws and shoulders, curl up, and get ready for the tub. During this process, the little guy needs to complete two turns first. Since the little one is initially facing sideways, the first turn begins when the big head enters the mother's pelvis. After his head reaches the bottom of his mother's pelvis, the little one turns a second time so that he faces his mother's back. During this process, mom should not force blindly, but abdominal breathing, otherwise the little guy will not find his way. The next step is to smoothly enter the birth canal from the pelvis. The little guy will continue to tighten his jaw, first let the back of his head squeeze out of the pelvis outlet, and then raise his head to send the entire big head out of the pelvis. This third rotation will expose the baby's head first. At this time, the mother needs to take a deep breath, then exhale quickly, and force her hips. When the head is exposed, the baby will make a fourth turn. The little guy will rotate his entire body 90 degrees, so that the big head faces to the side, and then squeeze out the left and right shoulders successively, and finally the whole body completely leaves the mother's body. Finally, I want to say that October pregnancy is really too long. But during this journey, pregnant mothers are not alone, because there is a baby who loves you most with you. So, when the mood is depressed and uncomfortable, you can talk to the little guy. Don't think he doesn't know anything, the little guy is smarter than you think! Senior nursery teacher, psychological consultant, author of original parenting comics, welcome to follow [Good Pregnancy], you can find the answer to scientific parenting, maternal care, baby health, and child growth and development you want to know!
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