¿Prueba de sangre o prueba de orina? Una positiva y la otra negativa, ve donde el médico
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There are several moments before, during and after childbirth that deserve a more thorough explanation so that parents are always present. Get to know them!
Membrane rupture or source rupture
It happens if you notice fluid flow, usually abundant, through your vagina, that wet your bed or drain down your legs. The color is transparent or sometimes green, has no odor and in all cases you should consult the doctor if it occurs. Usually it happens during labor, but sometimes it can happen before.
Uterine contractions, as part of the natural process, can cause pain, which should not be a cause for fear as there are ways to control it or make it tolerable. The control begins with good preparation and knowledge of this process, adequate breathing in each phase and some medicines managed by the doctor. The epidural is a method to control pain, which is applied to the back, is very safe and helps a lot when, ending the delivery, the pain can be strong.
During the end of labor (expulsive), when the dilation has already occurred and the baby has not completed his or her exit, the physician may consider that this process should be assisted, for which he may resort to instrumentation, which is the use of Spatulas, forceps or suction cups. These methods are safe in the hands of qualified physicians.
In normal birth, once your baby is born, it is best to put it in Mom’s lap so that she speaks and caresses him, feels her warmth, her breathing and listen to her heartbeat, which helps her in the transition to life outside the womb maternal. After a few seconds, when your baby cries vigorously, it will bind and cut the cord. This process must be supported by your pediatrician, a general practitioner or a trained nurse, who in case your baby requires resuscitation maneuvers, will solve the difficulty that may arise in this transition.
Once the umbilical cord is cut, the placenta and its membranes should be expelled in the next few minutes, which may be accompanied by minor cramping. The doctor directs this process and in some cases will need to check or help complete expulsion and control bleeding. The episiotomy is then sutured, if performed, or possible tears if they occur, using local anesthesia.
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