Llogaria në Instagram “The Village” ofron pamje alternative të lindjeve që ne shpesh shohim në televizor apo në filma. Kjo llogari ndau një fotografi, duke vënë re se pozicioni në formë të drejtë ishte gjëja më e duhur për të.
“A mund ta shihni dallimin në mes fytyrës sime dhe pozicioneve të ndryshme?”, shkruan kjo llogari. “Në fotografinë e majtë, isha e detyruar të qëndroja në shtrat për çështje monitorimi.”
Megjithatë, ajo vendosi që të qëndronte në këmbë e të lindte, kështu që ta sfidonte gravitetin, duke lehtësuar njëkohësisht edhe dhimbjet e lindjes.
Nëna po rekomandon që të provoni pozicione të ndryshme gjatë lindjes, por gjithnjë me koordinim me ofruesin shëndetësor./Gazeta Shneta/
– Kliko këtu për t’u informuar me testin që duhet ta bëjë secila nënë shtatzënë për të konfirmuar se shëndeti gjenetik i foshnjës në ardhje është në rregull.
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Can you see it? The difference in my face and my positions ✨ In the left photo I was forced onto the bed, and onto my back for “monitoring” I’d been labouring at home, calmly. For 14 hours, standing in the shower gracefully welcoming each contraction. This bubs was sunny side up (posterior/back labor) so the best place for me to be was leaning/kneeling forward or standing. I stayed on this bed for about 30 seconds, there’s was NO way I was laying on my back any longer. I knew better, I needed gravity on my side and I needed hot water. Stat! ? Being on your back not only closes your pelvis and goes against gravity, but for me it was a belittling position to be in, I didn’t like feeling small, out of control and I didn’t like feeling like a patient. Some women love being on their back, I did not. And that’s okay, we are all different, the importance here was the fact that I had the freedom to move and find a position that was best for ME! ?The image on the right was mid contraction, in the transitional (most intense) stage of labour, look at my expression. calm, in control, READY. And about 5 minutes before I was on all fours under the warm falling water, pushing him out. Move as much as you can during your labour, do what works for you, utilise whatever position your body is directing you to take. No one can tell you to stay on the bed of you don’t want too, you have more options. Instead of being monitored with belly bands (EFM) and told i couldn’t move, I asked to be monitored via intermittent fetal Doppler or wireless/waterproof EFM so that I could be free to move as well as be in the water. Just as effective monitoring yet allowing me to use my body and gravity to my advantage ✨ #birth #childbirth #birthphotography #laboranddelivery #waterbirth #doula #breastfeeding #doulalife