Every woman's labour and delivery experience is different. Still, we try our best to understand what is typical can help you as your due date approaches. We provide the utmost care to you because labour and delivery take surprising twists and turns.
In the Department of Labour and delivery, we generally follow a pattern for the cervix softening and opening, the amniotic sac rupturing, the contractions getting stronger and closer collectively.
Here are some assisted delivery procedures that might require during labour. The method we use during delivery based on the conditions. The delivery procedures can include the following:
It is a surgical incision made in the perineum (the skin between the vagina and the anus). The incision broadens the vaginal opening to allow the baby’s head to pass through easily also to limit rupture of the mother’s skin. It is not necessary for all women. The incisions are of two types as the midline, the medio-lateral.
It is the artificial breaking of the amniotic membranes or sac to remove the fluid surrounding the baby. The procedure can be performed before or during labour.
Induction of labour is essential for several reasons. We use this procedure for pregnancies involving medical complications.
It is the process of monitoring the baby’s heart rate. It involves external fetal monitoring and internal monitoring.
In this procedure, the doctor inserts forceps into the vagina to gently deliver the baby’s head through the vagina. Then carry out the standard delivery procedure for the baby.
In this, a vacuum extractor is placed on the baby’s head to support the delivery of the baby.
It is a surgical procedure performed if a vaginal delivery is not possible. In this procedure, the baby is delivered using surgical incisions made in the abdomen and the uterus.
In this procedure we insert Epidural catheter (around Spinal canal) and Analgesics injections are given through this catheter.This procedure is very highly effective and very successful women who are presented with labour pains and those who are afraid of labour pains.
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