Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

November 5, 2006

 birth signs
 Without a doubt, the beginning of the delivery - the most anticipated event of pregnancy. Many pregnant women are afraid to miss the first signs of labor and not be ready to have a child. Fortunately, our body has prepared for us a few clues that signal the approach of the beginning of birth.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

Reasons for signs of birth

Nobody knows exactly where to begin delivery. Some researchers believe that, due to hormonal changes in the placenta of the fetus begins to intensively produce a substance known as corticotropin release hormone. This changes the balance of hormones mother, through which the uterine muscles stay relaxed. Once the process is started hormone, the cervix begins to soften. In most cases, uterine contractions (contractions) signaled the imminent onset of labor.

Signs of birth

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

The omission of the stomach

  • The omission of the stomach occurs when a child falls or sinks lower in the pelvis of the mother.
  • The woman starts to choke, because as a result of lowering the fetal lungs have more room for expansion on inspiration.
  • Increased pressure in the pelvis, which leads to frequent urination.
  • Decreases or disappears completely heartburn.
  • The omission of the stomach usually occurs a few weeks before the first birth. In subsequent pregnancies belly omission may occur only a few hours before giving birth.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

Bloody issues

  • When the cervix becomes thinner and begins to dilate (open), preparing to leave, there is a rupture of small blood vessels (capillaries), the consequence of which are pink or brown discharge Brown allocation - what do they say?  Brown allocation - what do they say?
   from the vagina.
  • The mucous plug covering the cervical canal of the uterus during pregnancy and to protect the child from infection, leaves the cervix, resulting in a pink or bloody mucus Mucus - what is the norm for a healthy woman  Mucus - what is the norm for a healthy woman
  • Bleeding from the vagina Vaginal discharge  Vaginal discharge
   They may appear as a few hours or a few weeks before birth.
  • Bright red or heavy discharge may indicate a problem with the placenta, require immediate medical intervention.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

Nesting Instinct

  • Some women notice a burst of energy for a few days before giving birth: they are beginning to equip a nursery, buying clothes for the baby, clean the house.
  • It is an instinctive way to prepare for childbirth.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

Nausea and diarrhea

Hormonal changes in the early stages of childbirth can cause stomach upset, cramps and diarrhea. So the body reacts to prepare for childbirth.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

Weight loss

As a result, changes in the level of hormones a woman may lose 0, 3-1 kg in the week before the birth. Basically weight loss goes through the liquid in the tissues.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

Back pain

Dull ache in the back Back pain: Do not start the process  Back pain: Do not start the process
   and lower back, which can appear and disappear.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

Rupture of amniotic (fetal) membranes and waste water

The withdrawal of amniotic fluid - the most famous, and a sure sign of impending birth. Rupture of the amniotic membrane can occur for several hours before birth, but in most cases fluid filled amniotic bubble which grows fruit breaking already during delivery. Water may extend a small continuous flow or rapidly subside. If at this time you are not in the hospital, consult a physician immediately and describe the color and the amount of amniotic fluid.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

Increased Braxton-Hicks contractions

Increased frequency, duration and intensity of 'training' bout that woman felt during the last months of pregnancy. In some cases, the Braxton Hicks contractions become painful even.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

When you need to see a doctor

Long before the birth, you should discuss with your doctor (family physician, obstetrician or midwife) your action when the signs of impending birth. You must know which clinic or hospital to give birth, how long to get there, and what you need to carry.

It is not always easy to identify false labor or real, so do not be embarrassed if the appearance of the above symptoms you rush to the hospital, and it appears that the alarm was false.

When nurtured pregnant women are asked to contact the hospital if:

  • there was ruptured membranes and amniotic fluid waste.
  • Regular contractions every five minutes.
  • observed a sudden increase or decrease in the activity of the fetus.

False labor are characterized by the following features:

  • fight irregular;
  • contractions are reduced when walking;
  • If you change the position of the body signs of reduced birth;
  • intensity and frequency of the contractions do not increase with time;
  • localized discomfort in the abdomen.

 Signs of birth - the baby born in a hurry

Signs of labor

Thinning and expansion of the cervix: the process of downsizing and thinning of the cervix shows similar sorts. Expansion or dilatation of the cervix is ​​necessary for the passage of the baby at birth. The cervix may be thin during pregnancy and even slightly expand in a couple of weeks before birth, but the true birth of these processes - thinning and expansion - occur simultaneously.

The feeling of loss: as you approach childbirth some women have a keen sense of the loss of a unique connection with the child. In addition, many women feeling that after birth the attention of others to switch to the child (in this case, it may be postpartum depression).

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