Yes and No.It depends on your body shape and type and how big the baby is.With my first pregnancy i had no pains at all not even when my water broke,i went into labor at 7am and my daughter came at 832am i pushed 5 times,pushing hurt me the most. but wit this pregnancy i have been having pains since i was about 4 months they told me its because my baby is large and doesnt have very much room to move around. But when the head drops into position there is a feeling a lots of pressure like everything on the inside is going to come out. i wish u the best of luck and you can also try some pregnancy exsercises to help relieve the pain.
A c-section is safer than a vaginal delivery when the baby is 8 lb (3.6 kg) or larger, in a breech position with the feet crossed, or in a breech position with the head hyperextended.
a delivery nurse only helps the doctor with getting the tools and helps holds the mothers legs up and when the baby is born the nurse takes the baby and washes it off and raps a blanket around it and gives it to the mother.
The baby changes position to prepare for delivery. It is safest for the fetus to come out headfirst; this is the way the body naturally is designed.
cesarian delivery is when the doctors or nurse cuts your tummy to get the baby out while normal delivery the baby come out of the women's vagina.
delivery doctors and nurses
If you feel pressure in your cervix and are towards the end of your last trimester that means your baby is dropping into delivery position! :)
Baby position keeps on changing while doing scanning is called "Variable presentation"..I have checked this with doctor and she said it is not a problem in 5th month as sufficient time is there for the baby to change its position for normal delivery.. K.Veeramani from India..
There is no problem with sitting down when baby is in transverse position.
If this is your first baby, your baby should get in head down position around 36 or 37 weeks, sometimes sooner. It's too late probably when you're in active labor (4cm-complete). I had a breech baby born c-section 6 years ago. The c-section wasn't fun but was worth her safety. I have a VBAC 4 years ago. It doesn't exclude you from normal delivery now and forever.
yes. It doesn't mean that your going to have the baby early it just means that the baby is getting ready. My 2nd daughter got in the head down position and stayed that way at 16 weeks. It just depends on the baby.
Yes, this is normal, as the baby and the mother prepares for delivery the baby must move toget in the right position, so you may notivce this fromt he 7th month but it will also continue to seem to move downwards until delivery.
Mastitis usually begins more than two to four weeks after delivery of the baby.
The Dr is probably checking what is called your fundal height. Fundal height is determined by the size of the uterus to determine fetal growth and development. The Dr could also be checking the position of the baby if you are getting close to delivery.
Normal delivery is birth of the baby emerging through the vagina into the outside world, as nature intended. Caesarean delivery is delivery of the baby by a surgical incision into the abdomen, then the womb, to extract the baby directly from the womb. It is so-called because it was supposedly the way Julius Caesar came into this world.
Ordinarily, the testicles descend before the baby is born; however, if the baby is born prematurely, the scrotal sac may be empty at the time of delivery.
It is possible to get pregnant soon after you have a baby. Many people have children who are exactly a year apart.
no. the placenta is delivered after the baby comes out.
Pregnant women should not take this medicine within two weeks of their delivery date and should not use it during labor and delivery, as this could cause problems in the baby.
Head first is a normal vaginal delivery. In a breech delivery, where the feet and bottom of the baby emerge first, usually a Caesarian section delivery is performed.
The doctor may first attempt to reposition the baby (external cephalic version). The doctor may also try a vaginal breech delivery, depending on various factors.
A baby usually stays in the womb before delivery between 1080 days and 1260 days.
Because your baby can tell if you are freaking out or stressing out, which in turn freaks then out and stresses them out. If a baby and mother are stress at the time of delivery it will make it very difficult. With problems such as the baby not getting enough oxygen, or the baby not decending to the birth canal.
The delivery of the baby is the 2nd stage, dilating is the first and delivery of the placenta is the third
C - sections often called "autotopsy" help scientists determine if someone is sick or if they died for some unknown reason it can help determine the cause of death. Watch NCIS or CSI to see what I mean. Also they can help deliver a baby if it is in the wrong delivery position.