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Labor
After the delivery of the baby, the third phase of labor is yet to come. After the first stage of labor – the early labor and the active labor which is the second stage of labor, the transition phase is the last one. This is the time of the placenta delivery. As soon as you deliver your baby, the uterine co...
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Labor is the process during which the fetus and the placenta leave the uterus. There are three stages of labor which are known as early, active and transitional labor. In this article you will find a detailed description of the second stage of birth. The contractions during labor are the mechanisms of your body to op...
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Normally, pregnancy lasts around 40 and up to 42 weeks. The stages of pregnancy are called trimesters. Pregnancy can be divided into three trimesters and each lasts between 12 and 14 weeks. Contents: First Trimester of Pregnancy Second Trimester of Pregnancy Pregnancy Symptoms During the Second Trimester...
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During pregnancy, most women contemplate on how they will manage labor pains during delivery. Some women choose to avoid medication, while others, their minds are set at ease knowing that there are effective ways of lessening birth pain. Most women choose to have an epidural. Contents: What Is an Epidural? Ho...
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When they are real contractions, they show you that labor has started. In this article you will find information about timing contractions, what the types of contractions are, what causes them and how to relieve the pain. Contents: What is a Contraction? How Do Early Contractions Feel Like? How to Recognize a...
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The body is preparing for delivery whenever you feel your uterus securing. Abnormal false contractions, named Braxton Hicks contractions, could be first experienced around mid-escalation as your pregnancy progresses. You maybe aren't ready for the child yet (still have not selected the room color?), yo...
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You may discover its passage, or miss it entirely — particularly if you are the flush-and-rush kind; in either case, it does not anticipate something about your labor may eventually drop. Contents: How To Proceed About This What Does a Mucus Plug Look Like? What Is a Mucus Plug? What Does the Mucu...
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Pregnancy normally lasts anywhere from 37 weeks to 40 weeks, that time period beginning on the first day of the woman’s last period. Such pregnancies that progress normally, continuing beyond 37 weeks, are called a "term" pregnancy. So, what is preterm labor? It’s any labor beginning bef...
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In the last weeks of pregnancy (38 weeks - 40 weeks), your body might produce false signs which will make you think that you are going to give birth soon. There are ways to recognize real labor and to cope with the false labor signs and the discomfort which they will cause you. Contents: What is False Labor? F...
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What is a yeast infection? A yeast infection is an increase of yeast in the corpse, usually in the vagina, which is called virginities. Yeast can reproduce within the vaginal part since it is damp and murky and can modify pH level simply. For several women, yeast illness will happen before or during the menstrual sta...
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