I was told that I wouldn’t be able to take the pain of delivering normally. My family and friends didn’t care about being blunt when they told me that I was fat, short and not mentally strong enough to take the stress of a normal delivery. I could hear their words over and over again.
A normal delivery has benefits for you and your baby, from helping you recover faster to making your baby resistant to diseases in the future. Read on to see why you should try for a normal delivery.
- A normal delivery is safer for your baby
Manisha a first-time mother who recently delivered says “I was surprised when my doctor told me that babies born vaginally have long term benefits like a stronger immune system and lower risks of allergies,
If your pregnancy is progressing normally, and you are still considering a cesarean, we hope you keep in mind how it could impact your birthing experience.
- A Cesarean is a Major Surgery
The American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists recommends that pregnant women plan for vaginal birth unless there is a medical reason for a cesarean.
If you had a cesarean section at the time of your first pregnancy, a VBAC or a Vaginal Birth After Cesarean maybe an option for your second pregnancy. Read on to learn more.
- VBAC may be better for baby and the mother
As a baby moves down the birth canal,
“Nothing beats the feeling of being present at the time your child is born. Seeing my wife and our newborn daughter in her arms made me feel immensely proud and happy! I was so glad that I was able to support my wife throughout her pregnancy and labour” Vivek Shah’s words came gushing out when he went to thank their obstetrician.
Giving birth is one of the most natural experiences a woman can have. But a normal delivery is sometimes perceived to be a risky and unbearably painful experience. Learning about the process is the first step you should take toward preparing for a normal delivery. With today’s sedentary lifestyle and delayed childbearing, having a normal delivery may require active participation on your part.
When Ravinder Singh, a 73 year-old man came for his orthopaedic check-up, his difficulty with walking was quite evident. He had been suffering from knee pain and slowly his mobility had begun to recede. “5 years ago, my doctor had told me that I would need a knee replacement surgery soon” Mr. Singh told us.
Some years ago, a farmer from Gujarat came to Sitaram Bhartia with his adolescent son, feeling distressed about his behaviour. He would spend hours standing in front of a mirror in a girl’s clothes and would tell everyone he met that he was not a boy. He had even told people to start addressing him as Vandana instead of Varun,
Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers found in men and usually, 1 in 8 men are diagnosed with it. Most often, prostate issues are noticed when men face difficulty with passing urine.
Prakash Nanda, a 60 year old man, had been waking up multiple times during the night because he felt the need to urinate.