Childbirth Second Birth of Women

A life gives birth to a new life. Nine months – a long period of excitement, fear, joy, planning and many more things.

Can you imagine a Mother’s Pain & Love? – The human body can bear only up to 45 del (units) of pain. Yet at the time of giving birth, a mother feels up to 57 Del (units) of pain. This is similar to 20 bones getting fractured at the same time.

The most crucial time

The most crucial time - BlogBucket

The most crucial time – BlogBucketIt is impossible to predict about a delivery. You have to prepare yourself mentally as well as physically. The most important decision you need to make first is to have a baby. It is a very personal decision.

Having decided on that and acted on it, it is time to plan a safe delivery. So, what’s your choice? In which way do you want to bring your child to this world? It can be varied;  your choice may be dictated by personal preference, financial capacity or suggestions of others. Decide on where do you want to be. Who would you like to be there with you?

In this modern era, there are plenty of choices in the manner would-be-moms want to have their babies. Let’s take a look at a few methods.

Natural delivery or Hospital birth

Natural delivery - BlogBucket
Natural delivery – BlogBucket

It is also known as vaginal birth. This is an unmedicated approach and the most common way of childbirth. By using this method, pain and discomfort are very high but it also shows the mental and physical strength of the mother. If you have a high-risk pregnancy or want to try having a vaginal birth after a cesarean delivery, then the hospital is the safest place you can deliver your baby.

Home Births

If you are interested in home birth, it is very important to take care of risks and benefits. Many women feel more comfortable and relaxed when giving birth in a familiar environment. While the overall risk is low but hospitals and birth centers are the safest options for giving birth. But this choice comes with extra responsibilities. Everyone in your relationship needs to be well educated, open about the risk factors and complications after birth. Home births are not suitable for those prone to high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes.

Birth Centers

Birth centers are the best option; it combines personal care with modern technology. It has become more popular in recent years. Typically, a certified nurse-midwife will deliver your baby. They are more comfortable and homely than a maternity unit in a hospital. It is a good option especially for those who want less medical intervention, but do not want to give birth at home.

Giving birth by Caesarean

This is called an emergency section. It is completely a surgical method and used only when there are some complications during labor. It has a longer recovery time than normal delivery and certain restrictions which you have to follow anyhow.


It can be very helpful for you to deal with pain at that critical moment. Quite a few methods of self-hypnosis and controlling of breath are taught to would be moms. It is very helpful to deal with such contractions and gives a pleasant birth experience. It also helps you cope with pain and avoid painkillers.

Water birth

Water birth - BlogBucket
Water birth – BlogBucket

It is not very common, but nowadays mothers are opting for this method because of the comfort level. It is good for reducing anxiety, relaxing the muscles and allowing more freedom of movement to the mother. You can deliver your baby inside the tub or above the surface of the water. It is a gentle experience for both mother and baby too.

Birth in a delivery bed

In the past, women disliked this method because they had to lay flat on their back with their legs up in stirrups. While using old methods you can’t take advantage of gravity and muscles had to work very hard and leave you tired. But nowadays you can go for this with modern techniques, delivery bed and can adjust it according to your comfort zone

Birth in a bean bag chair

Birth in a bean bag chair - BlogBucket
Birth in a bean bag chair – BlogBucket

During labor, you can use this chair in both lying and sitting positions. It has countless small beans inside the bag that support and fit themselves around your body. It can simply place on your delivery bed.

Which delivery position suits you?

Lying on your back

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Lying on your back – BlogBucket

It is a common delivery position. By this way, the woman has to lie on her back and give birth to the child. It has disadvantages too. It needs more effort than necessary to lift the upper body when pushing. It prevents the use of gravity which is helpful for birth.

Kneeling on all fours

The best option for childbirth. You don’t need to lift yourself up to push. Gravity helps you a lot. It actually helps to push the baby down.

Sitting upright

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Sitting upright – BlogBucket

Sitting in an upright position is also useful. You don’t have to lift yourself up to push. You can adopt the kneeling position for a short time.


It has been rediscovered from tribal people. At the time of pushing, it puts a lot of strain on your knees and back. For this reason, some maternity wards have small birthing stools.

Standing or walking

Standing or walking - BlogBucket
Standing or walking – BlogBucket

It is an option for the early stages of labor. It encourages you to be stronger. Although gravity does help process it can be extremely tiring.


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