Question: what can I do for natural delivery???
Answer: hi dear you are already 40 weeks pregnant and I think that you have not felt any pain or the labour has not triggered please don't worry there are babies who are born normally and naturally after 40 weeks as well I am sure within 2 to 3 days you will get your level triggered but for a now what I have heard that walking and stimulating nipple can help you to get your labour triggered so you can definitely try it it is safe and helpful..
All the best for your delivery!
Question: What all to do for natural delivery
Answer: Hello dear..Pregnancy is a wonderful phase ,in which each mom have amazing experience, vaginal birth can be achieved through diet and physical activites,and it is a natural and good start,hope it will be helpful for you
Your food should contain all nutrients that needed for you and your baby, wat you eat will be more noted during delivery, you should have that much strength and stamina to entering into a new phase
Include more fruits , vegetables, whole grains,oats,egg,lean chicken
Include healthy snack option like dryfruits, nuts ,makhana
Avoid oily,fried ,packed stuff
Avoid refined sugar,pastries too
As all our moms advice to be active in these times, but at the same time rest is also to be taken in regular interval.
A good diet with mild exercise will give you a healthy baby, you can start with walking, can do for half to one hour is essential,walking is the best exercise to do in pregnancy, do it regularly for better results,can also do pelvic exercises,kegal, squats but after consulting doctor,they will give you stamina and also leads to vaginal birth,you can try maternity yoga too,they are very powerful in reducing pregnancy related issues and they too helps in vaginal birth
Yoga in pregnancy will be very helpful for smooth and safe delivery.. it can also increase flexibility, and increases stamina both physically and mentally. But before doing these asanas, it is essential to take advice from yoga instructor, Few poses that helps in pregnancy are
It is a best breathing exercise, do it regularly , it will helps you lot in pregnancy
Tadasana - a mountain pose
It is good to do this Asana in pregnancy, it will strengthen the spine and releives back pain too
Trikona Asana - triangle pose
This triangle pose will helps in reducing digestive problems caused during pregnancy, it will also helps in labour
Utkasana - chair pose
The chair pose will helps in strengthening of pelvic and cervix muscles
Konasama - angle pose
It helps in strengthening hips, it also control widening of hips
Get enough sleep, whenever possible and intake of water is also taken in account..
Question: What should i do for natural pain
Answer: Hello! you can follow these to induce labour naturally.
Walking - The bumping up and down of walking can help the baby move into the birth canal. In fact, this is one of the few ways that most doctors agree on for starting labor. If walking doesn't work, try walking up and down stairs. Lifting your legs higher as you step can help push the baby downward.
Pineapple - Best taken fresh and raw. Pineapples contain the enzyme bromeliad, which can soften your cervix and and bring on labor. It can also stimulate your stomach, which could also help get some contractions going. Statistically speaking, the chemicals in pineapple that are said to start labor aren't very high. It would take a lot of pineapple to get labor going.
Sperm - If you feel up to sex, intercourse can work to get labor started. Sperm contains natural prostaglandins that release oxytocin to help soften and dilate the cervix.
Spicy food - A very well-known labor starter! The reason it works may be because of the upset it causes to the digestive system, which then upsets the uterus. Not highly recommended
Squats - Doing a few of these each day often helps to move the baby down and into position. Squats use gravity to push the baby downwards, thereby jumpstarting your birth naturally.
Stretch and sweep of membranes - Your doctor will perform this simple procedure. A finger is inserted into the cervix and a gentle 'sweep' of the finger slightly separates the uterus wall and amniotic sac, sometimes leading to labor within hours or days. Some women say it's an easy, painless procedure, others find it very painful