The process of the natural way of birth through the vaginal canal is called Normal Delivery. As the baby is passed through vagina this method is also called vaginal delivery. Normal delivery comprises labor pains along with delivery without medications and this is the most common way of giving birth to a child. Normal delivery has several health benefits for both mother and the baby. During this process, an individual should be closely monitored by a Gynecologist.
Who can perform Normal Delivery?
Well experienced and qualified Gynecologists or Obstetricians can perform Normal Delivery. Doctors monitor the vitals and the condition of the patient very closely during this procedure.
What are the early signs of Normal Delivery?
Following are few of the signs of normal delivery:
Urge to urinate increases
Passage of mucus plug
Dilation of cervix
Cervix begins to thin
Beginning or worsening of back pain
The urge of bowel movement increases
Feeling of pressure in the uterus
Burst of energy
What are the stages of Normal Vaginal Delivery?
Usually, there are three stages during the process of Normal Delivery:
First stage: During this stage, the cervix begins to thin and dilates. This is the longest stage.
Second stage: During this stage, the baby is extruded from the uterus through the vaginal canal. This is the toughest stage and lasts for about 3 to 5 hours. Women can have longer contractions with intense pain.
Third stage: In this stage, the entire placenta is pushed out through the vaginal canal. This is the last sage of the delivery and called afterbirth. This stage lasts for about 15 to 30 minutes after the delivery.
What are the measures that an individual takes for Normal Delivery?
Following are few of the measures to be taken by an individual to have a Normal Delivery:
Follow Gynecologists instructions carefully
Stay happy and positive
Drink lots of water
Take proper nutrition
What are the benefits of Normal Delivery?
The benefits why Normal Delivery is much better than any other method are as follows:
Healthier for mother and the baby
Ingestion of protective bacteria by baby
Short hospital stay
No scar formation
Lesser chances of infection
Avoiding the risk of major surgery and severe bleeding