When giving birth naturally, the sooner the better? No, it's dangerous

time:2023-01-29 12:09:39source:novahomeonline.com author:Harmonious family
When giving birth naturally, the sooner the better? No, it's dangerous

Text / Good Pregnant Sister Yesterday, someone in the mother group asked this question: Seeing that the due date is getting closer and closer, I am so anxious all day. Especially when I think of the pain of giving birth to a child, I feel terrified. Sometimes, I really envy those who go to the toilet or give birth to children on the side of the road. Why is it so easy for them to have children? As always, the friends in the group actively share their views and experiences. I took a look and found that some mothers actually gave birth at the speed of light, and the whole labor process was astonishingly fast: "After I entered the delivery room, I tried hard, and the baby came out. The doctor said that your first child is better than others' second child. It's still fast!"" My second baby was born too fast. It took less than 20 minutes to enter the delivery room. The doctor said that the child was not ready, and the baby jumped out.""I went on before the examination was finished. On the delivery bed, the doctor gave birth before he had time to change his clothes. It took more than an hour from the time of the reaction to the birth. "... It is estimated that many people will think that it is better to have a baby sooner after seeing this. To be honest, compared to the pain for three days and three nights before giving birth to the baby or the pain for more than ten hours, and finally turning the anatomy, having a baby faster does reduce the pain of the mother to a certain extent. But that doesn't mean the sooner the better, and it's surprising that many obstetricians are even afraid of meeting women who are giving birth too quickly. This is because having a child requires a certain process. Generally speaking, from the beginning of labor pain to the delivery of the fetus and placenta, it takes more than ten hours for primipara and 6-8 hours for multiparous women. If a woman gives birth naturally, the process of childbirth is abnormally rapid, and the whole labor process ends in 2-3 hours or even less time. This situation is medically called "acute labor". Once an emergency labor occurs, it will bring greater danger to the mother and the child: harm to the mother 1. Since the birth canal is not sufficiently dilated during labor, the uterine contraction is rapid and fast, which can easily lead to tearing of the birth canal. The more common ones are cervical lacerations, vaginal wall lacerations, and perineal lacerations. 2. During acute labor, the force of uterine contractions is often too strong, and after childbirth, there will be uterine atony, and postpartum hemorrhage is likely to occur. Harm to the child 1. Emergency labor sometimes occurs in non-medical places, the environment is unsanitary, or when the baby arrives at the hospital and the disinfection work has not been done, the baby is in a hurry to come out. It can easily lead to infection and abrasions in the fetus. 2. Due to the rapid birth, the fetus cannot gradually adapt to the external pressure, so it is prone to head hematoma, brachial plexus injury or clavicle fracture. 3. Due to excessive uterine contraction, amniotic fluid embolism, placental abruption, and fetal hypoxia will occur. So the question is, which mothers are prone to sudden labor? There are many factors that affect vaginal delivery, such as the size of the fetus, whether the pelvis is wide or deep, uterine contractility, number of deliveries, exercise during pregnancy, mental state, etc. If the fetal weight is small, the pelvis is wide and shallow, the multiparous women who still engage in heavy physical labor or exercise a lot in the third trimester, and the interval between two fetuses is short, may have an emergency labor. For these pregnant women, in the third trimester, pay special attention to the signs of labor. If there is a strong feeling of falling in the abdomen or bleeding or discharge from the private parts, it is necessary to go to the hospital decisively. Especially when you feel a strong sense of defecation, it often indicates that the fetus is about to give birth.
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