Water Birth

27 June 2016, Comments: Comments Off on Water Birth

In some birth rooms there is a bathtub that allows you to dive in hot water during labor, facilitating relaxation. In particular, water has a beneficial effect on the pelvic floor and contributes to a less painful dilation of the cervix.
Immersion in hot water also, increasing the bloodstream of the uterus, facilitates labor for mom and baby.
The child is born in a very similar environment to what he leaves and his transition to the world is more gentle, gentle and less traumatic.
Warning: the baby begins to breathe only when the mouth and nose are exposed to air, so there is no danger that the water will be sucked!

Finally we have an inflatable feeding tank available. The tub allows you to dive into hot water during labor, contributing to relaxation: in particular, water has a beneficial effect on the pelvic floor and contributes to a less painful dilation of the cervix.

Immersion in hot water increases blood flow in the uterus and facilitates labor for mom and baby.

If your mom feels comfortable and the fetal heartbeat is stable

The child can be born in a very similar environment to what he leaves and his transition to the world is more gentle and delicate.

Important: the baby begins to breathe only when the mouth and nose are exposed to air, so there is no danger that the water will be sucked!

To learn more about childbirth visit the page Obstetrics.