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Doctor insights on: Normal Delivery Of Pregnant Women

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Dr. Ira Katz
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When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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I'm pregnant women in week 23 are there any earlier examination to determine if I will get normal delivery or caesarean delivery ?

I'm pregnant women in week 23 are there any earlier  examination to determine if I will get normal delivery or caesarean delivery ?

Yes: See your doctor......initial by manual exam will give a rough idea about your pelvis and its outlet............adequate for vaginal delivery or not. But at term the size/health of the baby plays a big role for C-section need. ...Read more

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What to do to have a normal delivery of baby?

What to do to have a normal delivery of baby?

Nk delivery: Eat healthy stay in shape and listen to your OB. Unless your baby is breach or gets in trouble during labor you can have a normal delivery ...Read more

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Is stitching always required in case of normal delivery.

Is stitching always required in case of normal delivery.

No: Episiotomies are rarely performed these days and some women have no tearing! so, stitches are not always required. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have normal delivery if a previous issue was caezarian ?

Is it possible to have normal delivery if  a previous issue was caezarian ?

VBAC: Vaginal birth after cesarian (vbac) is common after one prior cesarian. Sometimes this depends upon the circumstances of the original surgery. There are certainly good candidates for a vbac, and there are not so good candidates. Talk with your ob/gyn and consider such factors as: 1. How did things go before 2. How many kids are you planning on 3. What were the prior indications good luck! ...Read more

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What is the normal date of delivery after 9th month of pregnancy?

What is the normal date of delivery after 9th month of pregnancy?

Unpredictable: The convention is to use weeks of gestation, and the due date is calculated as 40 weeks from your last menstrual period, or 38 weeks from conception. Of course only 5% of women deliver on their due date, but about 90% will delivery between weeks 37 and 42. ...Read more

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I just delivered a new baby with normal delivery when can i start excersizing?

I just delivered a new baby with normal delivery when can i start excersizing?

Hard to say: By normal, I assume you mean vaginal. A woman's condition after any type of delivery can vary dramatically. Some are ready to resume regular activities including exercise in days and some will be on bed rest for a variety of problems for weeks. It is best to consult with someone that knows the specifics of your case. ...Read more

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I just delivered a baby with normal delivery when can i start to wear a corset and is it safe? The

I just delivered a baby with normal delivery when can i start to wear a corset and is it safe? The

Post deliv corset.: Hi NalaA, it depends on how much weight you gained and if there was any complications like toxemia, since the corset could increase BP a bit in upper body. Its takes the Cardiovascular system about 6 weeks to return to normal so I would say not before 6 weeks thanks ...Read more

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My first baby was sizerien n i m pregnant my baby is 14 months can I hope my second delivery normal?

My first baby was sizerien n i m pregnant my baby is 14 months can I hope my second delivery normal?

No way to know: There is no way to predict this. Unfortunately we do not know the cause of your first baby's seizures. These problems in infants are not predictable in any way. ...Read more

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I have an abbutting os.. How far away does the placenta need to be away from os for normal delivery?

I have an abbutting os.. How far away does the placenta need to be away from os for normal delivery?

Previa: As long as the placenta is not over the cervical os, vaginal delivery should be possible. A placenta that is at the margin of the os early in pregnancy may not be as close near delivery due to the way the uterus grows in pregnancy. ...Read more