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What if I went into labor

At first, the duration, stage fights begin delivery: muscles of the uterus, cutting, open the cervix, giving the child an opportunity to move forward. If you have the first birth, the contractions may last a few hours, while the second and subsequent births duration of labor significantly reduced.

What if I went into labor

If you went into labor at night, try to relax, calm down and a little nap between contractions. When you feel that the contractions became more frequent and more painful, fix the interval between them, if they are repeated with a frequency of 5-6 minutes and are becoming more intense, always call "ambulance." In the event that the fight caught you during your trip, please report your condition to the driver, conductor or stewardess. They prepare all that is necessary, maybe even find a doctor among the passengers. Do not worry, first aid kits in vehicles always have the necessary things. Have to find a future baby blankets and diapers (if possible), or ask to bring clean sheets and warm terry blanket, which you can use later instead of child Blankets. If you are at home, and went into labor suddenly and quickly moved into the intensive (second and subsequent generations) - do not rush to the hospital, you may not have time to get there. Call the neighbors, call friends or relatives living nearby, they will come to you and be sure to help. Ask them to boil water and prepare to find an antiseptic, clean sheets and towels. In the event that deliveries will begin and will take place in your home, all these things will be on hand first aid or medical person receiving the delivery. Call the "ambulance" after call to the nearest hospital emergency department and ask them to help you with tips, stay on the line until the arrival of doctors. If you can not talk, pass the phone close to your person. Doctors will advise him on the phone as long as it is needed. If contractions cause severe pain, try to move more: stand, walk, sit, lie alternately. If possible, you can stand a little under a warm shower jets. All of this helps to reduce pain during labor. Most urinate to the bladder does not interfere with your baby move. and, most importantly, breathe properly as you should have taught doctors before the onset of labor.