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Every pregnant woman needs good health, well food and the love and support of family and community. Many women have a healthy pregnancy and it is not difficult childbirth. Most babies are healthy at birth. But at the same time, pregnancy can be one of the main one's risks throughout a woman's life. About half a million dies annually from pregnancy problems and childbirth. Most of these basic deaths can be avoided by care.
The baby inside the womb rotates and the position changes especially when delivery is approaching. Typically, newborn babies have their headfirst when they come out. But there are times when in another pregnancy its position is the opposite. To better understand the different positions of the baby in the womb, here are their meanings and what can be done to make it difficult for your baby to be born.
ANTERIOR POSITION - the placenta is in front of you and you may not be able to feel Baby's movements very well. Baby's best position during delivery. So do not be too nervous when the baby does not move too much because he may be Anterior so check the position of your placenta in the ultrasound report.
POSTERIOR POSITION - like the anterior position, the posterior position is the position of the baby in the abdomen with his head pointing down to the vagina. The only difference was that his face was facing his mother's stomach instead of his back so you always feel the baby's kick or movement.
BREECH POSITION - this is the position that the baby's parents are worried about because the baby in the womb is upside down. Instead of pointing the head at the mother's vagina, the feet come first. In a "normal" pregnancy, the baby usually rotates and goes to the position that prepares it for the birth canal and vagina — with the head in front.
There are different types of breech positions: the so-called frank, complete, and footling or incomplete breech. It depends on the exact position of the baby, although all three are focused on the birth canal.
Complete breech is the breech baby position where the baby seems to be sitting with his legs crossed in front of him and his ass pointing down to the vagina.
Footling or incomplete breech: One or both feet is pointed downwards, and exits the vagina first. Before the rest of the body.
Frank breech is the breech baby position where the baby's ass is pointing down to the vagina while its legs are straight and its feet are close to its face.
The complication of this condition is during childbirth. The greatest danger is that it is difficult to get the baby out of the vagina, to pinch his head because the doctor will pull his/her legs and, or he /she will have difficulty breathing and run out of oxygen. However, most of the breech pregnancy still gives birth to a healthy baby. So this is the most difficult position in childbirth. Although most breech babies born are healthy, they have a high risk of having birth defects and trauma due to the length and difficulty of giving birth to them.
Transverse lie position is the position where a baby lies horizontally or horizontally in the uterus. This position of the baby is rarely during childbirth especially and babies rotate before their due date. But babies who are in this position before birth need a cesarean section. This is due to the risk that can occur during childbirth such as umbilical cord prolapse or the earlier release of the baby's umbilical cord which means red alert or emergency.
Knowing the baby's position In the course of pregnancy, it is common for the position to change several times of the baby in the womb. By the end of the pregnancy, the baby below the head. This is the best birth position. To make sure the baby's head is down.
1. Tell the mother to breathe completely show. With the two hands.
2. Carefully push on both sides side, first one hand, then the despite. At the same time, if what happens to the body of a baby with the other hand while being pushed by one.
If pushed carefully the butt of the baby on the side, moving the whole body of the baby. But if the head is pushed carefully to the side, bend it to their neck, and will not move back of the body.
3. When you are about to give birth, the baby will be placed below the uterus to prepare for discharge.
If still above baby's uterus, moveable little head. But if it goes down immovable the head. In a woman's first baby, sometimes about 2 weeks before labor begins. In 2nd or more infants, often in since labor it decreases.
SUPPORTING A WOMAN TO GIVE BIRTH
If you are pregnant, read this to find out what expect labor and after childbirth. You can help more also other women in childbirth. If you are helping another woman give birth, be reassured he so as not to be afraid. Remember being born without problems for the majority of the baby. Stay calm and clear, and let her know you trust her ability to give birth.
Your nails should be clean and short.
Wash your hands with soap and water. Dry on the wind.
If there are any of the listed risks or danger signs, make sure the woman gives birth at a health center or hospital.
Take him to the hospital if there are any signs.
Be kind and polite.
If you take care of yourself while pregnant, you are more likely to be your pregnancy and childbirth are safe and the baby is healthy.
Try to eat a healthy diet. Great nutrition gives strength, resistance to infection builds a whole healthy baby, and helps prevent overeating childbirth bleeding. Remember that you are feeding yourself and the baby. Use iodized salt to prevent your baby will be mentally retarded.
Go to prenatal check-ups to make sure no problems, and see problems before they get worse. If You do not have a tetanus vaccine yet, do it at the earliest can. Get vaccinated at least 2 times before giving birth.
Stay clean. Bathe or wash regularly and clean teeth every day. • Do strenuous exercise, to become stronger your vagina after giving birth.
Try to exercise every day. If you are sitting at work, try to walk every day. But do not get tired.
Get medical attention if you think you have an infected often sexually transmitted infection (INPs) or other infections.
Avoid modern or herbal medicine — unless OK a health worker who knows you are pregnant.
Stop drinking alcoholic beverages, or smoking or chewing cigarettes and tobacco. This is bad for you and the developing baby.
Avoid pesticides and herbicides, and other hard or factory chemicals. Do not touch, or work when close, or inhale its steam.
Stay away from children with rashes all over the body.
Sleep and rest every time there is a chance. If necessary you stand at your job, try to sit, or lie down.
So take care of the baby inside your womb, because having a baby is a blessing that God has given you so you should be thankful. Because of some dream of having a child. So while she is in your womb take care of it especially yourself because the life of the child depends on you.
You, what was the position of the baby inside your womb?