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Question: How much minimum and maximum time can be taken in case of normal delivery?
Answer: Hii During childbirth, the length of time that one is in labor to the time that one delivers one's baby can vary a lot from patient to patient. One of the main causes of variation is that if this is your first baby, it tends to take longer. If you already had a baby, it tends to be shorter. Moms who are delivering for the first time tend to take 8 to 10 hours to labor and deliver. Whereas, mothers who are on their second (or more) baby tend to take 4 to 6 hours. That can be much shorter, and it can also be much longer depending on: the size of the baby, the size of the mother's pelvis, and the adequacy of contractions. You can keep your labor shorter by making sure that the contractions are adequate. That would be something that your obstetrician would help you with.
Question: how many weeks in delivery maximum
Answer: Hello dear 40 weeks is considered as full term for babies and babies born after 36 weeks and before 37 weeks are considered as lower preterm means they are preterm babies but are not at higher risk. So, 40 weeks is considered as full term and if babies are not born since then doctor has to induce artificial labor pain.
Question: For how many maximum and minimum minutes breast feed should be given
Answer: You should give up to 30min properly at every 2-3hrs once