How many hours does it take the average woman to deliver her baby?
The deliver of a baby varies from woman to woman.
pregant means that a woman had sex wth the opposite sex and his sperm went into her and made a baby making her pregant and now she has 2 get her dingding cut open in order 4 her 2 deliver(get the baby out). Pregnant means that a woman and man have conceived a baby (made a baby) and now the woman will give that child love and health in her tummy so the baby can…
Well, labor usually lasts from about an hour to 48 hours. But sometimes the mother may get tired of it and have a cesarean section. After 48 hours normally doctors will deliver your baby through cesarean section. I have no idea how long the longest one was but I think that it would hurt to be in labor more then 2 days.
YES she can. If the mother doesn't have any signs or symptoms of a break out at the time she is due to deliver then she can deliver naturally with very low risk of passing herpes to the baby. Also doctors usually prescribe antiviral medication to help suppress break outs. If the mother does get a break out then she should have a c-section to eliminate the risk of passing herpes on.
No, humans can't be. The average time for a woman to be pregnant is 9 months, however some babies are born prematurely, which means that they are born before 9 months. If you go 2 weeks over your due date, you are induced, which means you are artificially sent into labour so that you deliver the baby
About a month before a woman is due to deliver her baby, the baby turns in the uterus so its head is down and the baby "drops" down so it's head rests between the mother's pelvic bones. The pregnant woman suddenly has more room to breathe (before that the baby interfered with the diaphragm and made breathing difficult so the mom got short of breath when walking or climbing stairs). However, the woman can then…
To take care of the parents and deliver the baby. In most countries the doctor only deliver when something is going wrong. Midwives were the first ones delivering babies but they weren't called midwives then. It was the old wise woman in the village who had some medical knowledge regarding herbs etc. Many were burned as witches.