How to Know You’re in Labor : Going Into Labor: Sequence of Events

So you think you are in labor, here are some ways to know for sure if you are in labor or not. The main way to know is contractions, are your contractions getting closer together and are they lasting longer? If this is happening, these are “progressive contractions” and you are in labor. If your […]

How to Know You’re in Labor : Signs of Going Into Labor: Losing the Mucus Plug

Another sign that labor is coming close is the losing of the mucus plug. That is also called a bloody show or bloody discharge. So what it is, is you have the uterus and then you have your cervix, and your cervix has an actual mucus plug that closes it up. This prevents any bacteria […]

How to Know You’re in Labor : Going Into Labor: Stationed

So another thing that is happening while you are in labor is called “stationed” and what that is that is basically your baby getting deeper down into your pelvis. You are going to definitely here about effacement and dilation when you get vaginal exams at the hospital or wherever you give birth. You might or […]

How to Know You’re in Labor : How to Time Contractions

So once you think you are in labor and your contractions are getting closer together and lasting for longer, you want to start timing your contractions. You do not need to time every single contraction and you really do not have to sit there and get a pad of paper and write each one down. […]

Postpartum hemorrhage – causes, symptoms, treatment, pathology

Postpartum hemorrhage is a significant loss of blood after giving birth, and it’s the number one reason for maternal morbidity and maternal death around the world. Specifically it’s defined as losing more than 500ml of blood after a vaginal delivery or more than 1000ml after a cesarean section delivery. Of course, deliveries can be messy […]

Blood Tests for Pregnancy: What You Need To Know

The first trimester blood tests have increased quite a bit over the last generation. There have been traditional blood tests given at the beginning of the first trimester which include blood type, blood count, tests for syphilis, hepatitis, HIV, thyroid, sometimes for liver functions. In recent times, there are more and more genetic screens that […]

Is the “Pull Out Method” Safe??

This video that you’re watching is an informative video about ovulation Conception and the pull out method this will of course be demonetised But I still don’t want to recommend that only mature audiences or adults watch this video because I think it’s hopefully at least Mainly young people who need to be educated on […]