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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

I'm giving birth :in a month time::

While i am reading one good article about giving birth and baby, click here , i found one good jokes and like to share with you. =) It's about; Your name is..?

There was a woman who was pregnant with twins and shortly before they were due she had an accident and went into a coma. Her husband was away on business and unable to be reached. While in coma she gave birth and the only person around to name her children was her brother.

When the mother came out of her coma to find she had given birth and that her brother had named the twins, she became very worried, because he wasn’t a very clever guy. She was sure that he had named them something absurd or stupid.
When she saw her brother, she asked him about the twins.

He said: “The first one was a girl.”
The mother: “What did you name her?”
Brother: “Denise!”
The mom: “Oh, wow, that’s not bad at all! What about the second one?”
Brother: “The second one was a boy.”
The mom: “What did you name him?”
Brother: “Denephew!”

Ok, what i would like to share today is What birth is like. There are 3 distinct stages of labour which are;
the contractions, next the birth, and finally delivering the placenta.

Stage 1:
By the power of your contractions and the pressure of your baby, your cervix (the opening to your womb) will start to open (dilate) to its maximum 10cm. Contractions will grow from feeling like mild period pains to being intensely painful. When your cervix is fully dilated you may go through ‘transition’, which is when you feel a huge pressure inside your bottom and an overwhelming urge to push.

Stage 2:
Once your cervix is fully dilated, your baby can pass through it and down the birth canal (your vagina). You’ll need to push very hard and follow the midwives instructions, and only push when she says so (breathe in-between) to prevent tearing. When the baby’s head reaches the outside world the midwife may say “it’s crowning” and may suggest you reach down and feel the top of the baby’s head. The head is usually the toughest bit to push out and you should get a moment’s breather before the rest of the body follows. The cord will then be clamped and usually cut.

Stage 3:
A little while after your baby is born your womb will continue contracting and naturally push the placenta out. You may have been given an injection of syntometrine just after the birth to speed this process up.

What happens next?
After he is born, your baby will have a quick check (known as the APGAR test to assess his heart rate, breathing, colour, muscle tone and reflexes). He’ll also be weighed and measured, wiped and wrapped and handed back to you. Finally the midwife will check the placenta to make sure none has been left behind, and any tear or cut in your vagina will be stitched up.

It's freak me out a bit. But for me, as Muslim; BERSERAH DAN BERTAWAKKAL kepada Yang Maha Berkuasa jelaa. Kita usaha yang termampu :)

P/S: Set my mind that LABOR PAIN IS GOOD. because our body is working really hard to do something that's incredibly important. Important part of this process is mental and emotional acceptance of this pain as good, rather than something upsetting that must be avoided.

Notakaki: tertarik dengan tagline sharifah sofia dalam blog dia; Yesterday is History, Tomorrow is Mystery but Today is a GIFT. Thats why we call it PRESENT. Nice huh :) till then, have a nice day peeps! 

Signing off~ 
~Gonna have check up this afternoon~


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