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"Baby birthing" commonly referred to as "childbirth" is the term used to describe the procedure by which a baby is taken out from the uterus of his or her mother. This procedure, which usually lasts for several hours, can be broken down into three distinct stages:

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Stage 1

The cervix, which is the lowest part of the uterus, slowly opens up during the first, longest stage. Contractions that gradually get stronger and more frequent are usually what define this stage

Stage 2

The second stage is when the baby is actually born. In this phase, the mother will force the infant through the birth canal, which connects the uterus to the outside of the body. This stage can last from a few minutes to a few hours on average.

Stage 3

The organ that connects the developing child to the mother's blood supply during pregnancy—the placenta—must be delivered during the third stage of labour. This stage usually only lasts a few minutes and isn't as hard as the first two.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The most prevalent method of childbirth is vaginal delivery. It involves pushing and contractions to move the baby through the birth canal.

Common signs of labour are contractions that get stronger and happen more often, lower back pain, pressure in the pelvic area and the amniotic sac bursting, which is also called the “water breaking.”

There are different ways to give birth, such as vaginal birth, vaginal birth with medicine and caesarean section (C-section) delivery.

During the pushing stage, the mother uses her abdominal muscles to move the baby through the birth canal and into the world.

During childbirth, problems like foetal distress, breech presentation and shoulder dystocia are common. In some cases, medical help like a C-section may be needed to fix these problems and make sure that both the mother and the baby are safe.

Most newborns start breathing independently within the first few seconds to minutes of birth. However, in some instances, medical assistance may be required to get the baby breathing again.

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