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Tips for an easier Labour

20 Aug 2015

The word ‘labour’ can send a chill down anyone’s spine. Child birth is considered to be the most painful in all kinds of pain. Most women are anxious and scared about the D-Day. It’s the thought of the pain and how the baby is going to come out that is fear inducing. Also an anxiety provoking thought is ‘will I be able to do it’ or ‘will everything go smoothly’.

"It's part excitement, part anticipation, and part pure fear of the unknown. But it's also a time when some realistic concerns come to the forefront. And it can begin to feel a bit overwhelming, even for the calmest women," says Riley, a professor at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

“It was the most painful thing that I ever went thought but when I saw my baby the tears of pain became tears of joy” says 25 Years old Kussum Arora. She also adds “If I can do it, so can anyone else”. Yes we women are endowed with the gift to give a human life. And like they say there is no gain without pain. All that you go through would be completely worth it when you have your bundle of joy in your hands.

Just remember these and it will be easier than you think.

1. Focus on the contraction: When in labour focus on the contraction, your doctor or nurse will inform you, push then.

2. Deep Breathing: Don’t hyperventilate. It will increase your anxiety. Take deep breaths and exhale slowly. You will be just fine.

3. Avoid Screaming: It is best to conserve your energy for the right moment i.e ‘when your doctor asks you to push’. Screaming and shouting can leave you even more exhausted and tiered.

4. Don’t Give Up: Yes it is painful! The important thing to remember is that you have it in you and you can do it. Just don’t give up.

5. Have A Person you Trust Around you: Someone who can hold your hand and help you sail through the pain. Could be your husband or your mother. Also, it is important that you are comfortable and trust your doctor completely.

11. Consult a Gynaecologist completely Online at ePsyClinic.com and a pregnancy delivery psychologist to relieve all your delivery related anxieties. 

At ePsyClinic.com, You can consult completely Online a pregnancy & motherhood specialist and the 15 mins consultation is absouletely free!

Here are there timings 

Ms. Smriti Sawhney,Pregnancy mind wellness specialist: 9:40 am- 1:30 pm, 4:40- 6:00 pm all weekdays. 10;40 pm to 11:40 pm weekends

Dr. Priyanka Mehta, Country's leading Gynaecologist: Available 10:00 am to 11:30 am on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 

11:am to 2:00 pm Friday. 

Log on to www.ePsyClinic.com and get your online session booked now! 


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