Normal Vaginal Delivery

Normal Vaginal Delivery

A Normal Vaginal Delivery is a childbirth method in which the mother delivers her baby naturally without the need for any surgical interventions. This process is regarded as safe for both the mother and the fetus, and is the method of choice for healthy pregnant women. For normal vaginal delivery in Mumbai, consult Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt at Nimai's Borneo Mother And Child Hospitals, Banacha Pada, Panch Pakhdi, Thane, Maharashtra.

It is safe for the fetus and the mother

While the fetus and mother can safely deliver one another through a vaginal delivery, some conditions may require a cesarean section. These include frank, complete, and footling breech positions of the fetus. Other conditions requiring a cesarean section include cord prolapse and twin gestations in the breech position, acute fetal distress etc

It is a preferred method of childbirth for healthy pregnant women

Although it is more common than c-section delivery, there are some risks associated with it. Vaginal childbirth can cause tears in the vaginal tissues and pelvic injuries, both of which can lead to prolonged pain. Furthermore, it may result in weakened pelvic muscles, which can cause urinary incontinence and prolapse of pelvic organs.

Vaginal delivery is preferred for low-risk pregnancies that last at least 37 weeks. It also lowers the risk of invasive procedures such as a bladder catheter. While both modes of childbirth require meticulous hygiene, vaginal childbirth is less risky, and requires less recovery time. Vaginal delivery is also more likely to result in early exclusive breastfeeding your child.

Side effects of a vaginal delivery

A normal vaginal delivery in Noida is considered one of the most natural ways to deliver a baby. It involves the mother's body contracting to thin the cervix and opening to push the baby out through the vagina. It is the preferred method by healthcare providers, as it is the safest for both the mother and the fetus. It is most common during the third and fourth trimesters of pregnancy and accounts for more than 60% of all births in the U.S. and 80% of births worldwide. But it can also be a painful experience.

During a natural delivery, women will experience many different types of sensations. These include pressure, pain, and even a ring of fire. As the baby descends into the birth canal, the pressure will continue to build. Some women may even experience an increased urge to urinate.

Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt (Consultant Gynecologist & Laparoscopic & Infertility Specialist) MBBS (KGMC-King George Medical University, Lucknow), MS (Gold Medalist), DNB, MRCOG (United Kingdom)