Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
Labor stages- Labor stage 1, stage 2, stage 3 labor stage 분만 단계 Labor stages- 분만 1기, 분만 2기, 분만 3기
I, labor stage II, labor stage III For convenience in obstetrics, the process of natural childbirth
- 1st stage of delivery,
- 2nd stage of delivery,
- and 3rd stage can be divided
- In the first stage of childbirth,
- in obstetrics, Early stages of delivery (latent delivery), Active delivery stage and transfer delivery can be divided.
- Stage 3 in stage 1 may or may not be accurately discerned in certain deliveries. All-natural childbirth occurs through the first, second, and third stages of childbirth. In other words, the first stage of delivery passes, the second stage of delivery begins, the second stage of delivery ends, and the third stage of delivery begins and ends. During the first stage of delivery, the initial stage of delivery (latent delivery) usually lasts longer than when the active stage of delivery or the stage of metastatic delivery occurs.
- And the cervix becomes thinner and the cervix is widened to about 3~4cm.
- The pain that occurs at this time is mild enough for most pregnant women to tolerate on their own.
- For reference, it is common to say that the uterus contracts during delivery, but in fact, it is common that the uterus also contracts and at the same time the uterus is bent.
- Each time the uterus contracts, the uterus is pulled up so that the baby in the uterus can easily descend into the cervix and the entire uterus contracts.
- The cervix, which used to be thick before delivery, becomes thinner. So, at the end of the stage of delivery, the second stage of delivery, the thickness of the edge of the cervix becomes thinner like the edge of a paper cup.
- For the first time, pain comes every 20 minutes. The pain usually lasts for 20 to 60 seconds.
- A similar type of pain can last 6 to 8 hours.
- However, as the initial stage of delivery (latent delivery) continues to progress more and more during the first stage of labor, the degree of uterine contractions becomes stronger, the duration of contractions becomes longer, and the interval between the previous contraction and the next contraction becomes shorter and shorter. It is normal.
- At this time, as the cervix becomes shorter and the cervix becomes wider, bloody mucous metastases come out and the amniotic membrane may burst. During the first stage of delivery, during the initial stage of delivery,
- Braxton Hicks pain may occur, back pain may occur, and urine and feces may be difficult. In addition, the strength under the pelvis increases, the amount of vaginal secretions increase, and leg cramps may occur.
- Whether a pregnant woman has any health problems, medical conditions, transportation, whether it is the first delivery or multipara , depending on personal problems, but in the early stages of delivery (potential delivery) during the first stage of delivery, follow the doctor’s instructions.
- You can get ready to go to the hospital for delivery while you are suffering from labor. In the past, it was told not to take any food orally even in the early stages of delivery during the first stage of delivery, but recently, because it requires a lot of energy to deliver, it is said that you can consume light meals little by little.
- However, each individual and doctor must decide what to eat after delivery has begun. During the first stage of delivery, a doctor, nurse, or midwife performs several seismic examinations to determine the extent of the cervix opening.
- It is common to continuously monitor fetal health with a fetal heart rate monitor to determine the fetal heart rate and the degree of contraction in the uterus. If the diameter of the cervix is 8 to 10 cm wide, the advanced fetus-in most cases the baby’s head can pass through the cervix.
- In the second stage of delivery, the fetus in the uterine cavity passes through the fully open cervix and vaginal cavity and is born into this world outside the mother’s body. Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
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