1. "22 hours of work" does NOT mean "22 hours of direct contraction".
Most mothers take the time to give birth from the moment they feel their first contractions until the baby is born. In addition, hours of work can pass without contractions in the early stages of labor. Even at 9.5 centimeters, there may be no contractions per minute.
2. Your contractions can be started so easily that you will not even know you are experiencing them.
The appearance of contractions ranges from periodic spasms to the sensation of tearing your body. But there are various sensations during pregnancy - round bands, uncomfortable gas, a Dance Ruler artist in your uterus - that the first time mom may not realize that the first contraction is actually a contraction. Plus, it's something to be thankful for! Because if you don't know it's contractions, it's tolerable.
3. If you don't want to, you don't have to look at anything during delivery.
Blood and health-grade film slaughter is a few meters from the expectant mother's eyes, but no doctor or medic will ask, "Can you check what I got off your hands?" "Tell the young people in your life, 'If you're dirty, don't look down and you'll be fine.'
4.Recover from labor may be worse than labor ...
A message to young women should be: it sucks, but what you fear most ends, the delivery itself may not be half bad.
5. You can forget all the pain ... or you can't.
It doesn't matter which camp you are in - I'm the last one - it doesn't matter, because in time you will be truly grateful for the baby you bring into the world with every urge, murmur, and breath.
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