Ways to Reduce Labor

Ways to Reduce Labor

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Normal delivery Although it is known to be the most natural method, labor pains It plays an important role in expectant mothers to prefer cesarean delivery. There is no way to escape; birth can hurt. However, it is possible to ensure that the birth does not last too long and the pain is less. Reduce pain There are many methods that can be used for. Experts agree that the most basic and top priority in reducing pain is relaxation and control. For you, we have explored methods of reducing labor pains and tried to present them with pros and cons.


In this method, the expectant mother is allowed to inhale the composition of diazole monoxide and oxygen through a mask or hose. This compound numb the pain center in the brain, causing less pain.


· It can be applied at any stage of labor and with other pain relief methods.
· There are no harmful side effects for the baby.
· Can be used at home birth.


· In some women, it may cause a feeling of voidness and nausea.
· Very severe pains, may not work.
· Dries your mouth and lips.


This local anesthetic is injected into a region around the spine to eliminate the sensation in the waist and the knees. Thus, the passage of pain through nerve fibers is prevented. You may feel your knees in the epidural administered at a lower dose.


· A well-applied epidural provides complete relief of pain before you lose consciousness.
· There are no harmful side effects for the baby.
· Lowers blood pressure. If you have high blood pressure, this will do you good.


· You must be in hospital for childbirth. The epidural can only be administered by anesthesiologists.
· In this application, insertion of serum and catheter may restrict your movements during delivery.
· Lowering your blood pressure can cause dizziness.
· Sometimes it cannot be applied effectively and may need to be reapplied.


Petidine, an anesthetic derived from opium, is much stronger than gas and air. It is applied by hip injection method. Reduces pain without losing sensation in the abdomen. Not applicable if delivery is expected to occur within six hours.


· It is a powerful and long lasting anesthesia method.


· Giving birth too soon affects the baby's breathing and feeding instinct.


Giving a light electric current through special pads affixed to your skin, the Tens machine increases the secretion of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers.


· There are no side effects on you or your baby.
· Can be used with gas and petidine.


· Can not be used in water during birth.
· The effect is reduced if the application is delayed.
· This application will stimulate the tingling and stinging sensations, so if you think you will not like them, review this method is for you.


Tension is a factor that increases pain. Warm water relaxes and calms you during birth and helps you adapt to birth more easily by supporting your body. Water delivery is not suitable for deliveries at risk of complications.


· Giving birth in water is a great way for the baby to come into the world.


· Some hospitals do not have birth pools; it can be in use even when you need it if you have your hospital.
· Early entry into the pool will slow down delivery.
· Some hospitals do not allow you to use the pool unless a specialist is working during your birth.
· Some experts are not sure whether the water remains sterile or sterile.


Relaxation between pains is very easy if you know the methods of mind control needed to cope with pain. Breathing and control techniques are good methods to distract your attention from pain. These techniques include focusing or imagining the non-painful areas of your body. You may also be able to read prayer or sing.


· If you are convinced that you can help yourself, these methods are very useful.


· If you have not used these techniques anywhere before, you are more likely to strain.


You can take advantage of this natural force while giving birth to your baby. Standing up, kneeling or sitting while giving birth allows you to take advantage of this force.


· This method allows 25 percent more opening of the cervix to facilitate birth.


· Sleeping in the later stages of labor will increase the pain.
· You cannot use this method if you are connected to the monitor or are going to use an epidural.


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