LABOUR / DELIVERY

FOR SUPPORT ,MONITORING, AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE – MD ,OBGYN
DR MEETA, DR TANVIR , DR AKANSHI
FOR SUPPORT, MONITORING ONE ATTENDER OF YOUR CHOICE, THE MIDWIFE NURSE THE HELPER- DAULA

How can you prepare for Labor and Delivery?

Being active and Getting regular exercise during pregnancy will help you handle the physical demands of labor and delivery. Try adding Kegel exercises to your daily routine. They strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. This It can teach you ways to relax and the best ways for your support person to help you.
Exercises do not guarantee normal labour, they help you relax and cope better.

How to recognise Labour Pains?

True Labor – Painful abdominal contractions lasting for about 45 seconds occurring regularly —20- 5minutes interval.  A dull ache in your lower back, pelvic area, lower belly, or thighs that doesn’t go away.Show-A bloody sticky discharge from the vagina,Clear fluid from the Vagina.
False Labor – Irregular pain , not consistent

What to expect after admission?

Preparation of the private parts, Enema -Optional
Monitoring of the mother—External and Internal Examination
Monitoring of The foetus—by foetal doppler
Intermittent in low risk
Continuous in high risk
Clear fluids during labor
Advised to move around, adapt comfortable positions.

How can you manage pain?

Having a support person, trying different positions, or using breathing exercises may help you cope with labor pain. You also can listen to music or use imagery to distract you and help you relax.
Options of Entonox and epidural are available.

WE DO NOT OFFER WATER BIRTH 

It is the recommendation of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists that birth occurs on land, not in water .
Labouring in water in the first and second stage in an uncomplicated low risk pregnancy is acceptable , but the benefits vs risk of delivering in water is questionable.

Is it useful to store cord blood?

CHANCES OF USING—, 1 IN 1000, to 20,000——FOR SELF;
1 IN 1,400—-WITHIN THE FAMILY;
IN INDIA —ONLY PRIVATE BANKING

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