The Expulsion Stage of Birth

Expulsion phase refers to the section of the birth process between the complete opening of the cervix and the complete birth of the child.

Expulsion phase: The way through the birth canal

The expulsion phase follows the opening phase, but much shorter than this. At first the expulsion phase can take up to 2 hours, Zweitgebarenden is often much faster. The expulsion phase begins as soon as the last millimeter of the cervix are open. In this phase the amniotic sac bursts, if it is not already so far. This is called timely rupture.

Many women went into labor at the beginning of the expulsion phase subside once more something – the body gathers strength for the last, very intense phase of the birth. Many women find this period as very strenuous, but nevertheless as a relief, since they can be finally active. The full opening of the cervix can lower enter the infantile head in the basin and thus triggers a reflexive urge to press when the expectant mother. The expulsion labor be strengthened through force of maternal abdominal muscles.

Harmless birth tumour through the ejection phase

A suction effect on the child’s head is created by the rupture. Also the childlike head occurs through the full opening of the cervix ever deeper into the pool. The baby turns his head in to fit the paths of least resistance through the narrow pool entrance of the mother. The head’s now deep in the pelvis of the mother, as a result, the flow of blood through the vein on the child’s head can be difficult. This is also the reason why there may be a bluish discolored swelling, the so-called tumour of the birth. This harmless swelling forms back within a few days after birth.

The expulsion period is the most critical phase for the child during the birth. The expulsion phase lasts a long time, the midwife or the obstetrician can perform an episiotomy, to reduce the pressure on the head of the child and to shorten the period of expulsion. Review maternity bras on Foodezine.

Presswehen in the ejection phase

The last part of the expulsion period is called pressing phase. It takes about 30 to 40 minutes for the first child, it is usually shorter in the following children. At this stage the head of your child on the pelvic floor muscles aligns themselves first so that he fits well through the birth canal through. The baby’s head pushes in on the rectum of the mother and thus raises a very strong urge to press. This feeling is so intense that the expectant mother is practically can resist not.

Head-first slides, bends and turns the baby now with every woe continues downwards, until it has fully passed the birth canal. With one or two particularly strong Presswehen head first sees the light of day. After the head of the baby is born, the hull easily follows in normal-weight babies with the next contraction. The hull material of the child usually has a smaller diameter than the head and can adapt also easier the birth canal.

The baby is now in the world, the birth is medically seen but not yet as complete. Because only when the afterbirth, consisting of the Eihäuten and the placenta, is fully born, the birth is complete. This last part of the birth is called afterbirth or also placenta phase. The midwife or the obstetrician checks the afterbirth for completeness. This is very important, the remain parts back in the womb, can lead to infections. The afterbirth phase is complete, start the puerperium.

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