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'4 P' Secrets To a Faster Natural Childbirth

Natural childbirth is the hope of all pregnant women. But usually, pregnant women facing their labor with the wrong attitude! This article tries to help pregnant women understand the aspects and the preparations that needed in order to face the labor. The ultimate goal of all labor is having a healthy baby, healthy mother, and the normal process.

So what are the secrets to having a natural birth? Of course, pregnant women, and readers can not wait to get the answer. Here are the secrets.

There are 3 P + 1 P is known to determine the labor process, namely : Power, Passage, Passenger, and Psych. All of these factors will be discussed one by one.

1. P for Power

Power. In connection with the labor process, then known two kinds of power, the force of contraction of the uterus and maternal strength straining (when full opening). Uterine contractions will be more and more powerful, but the strength of uterine contractions are the strongest at the time of the placenta born. The strength of uterine contractions that decrease or not strong will make the labor process is hampered and in the end, it is needed to do an action to restore or improve the contraction strength.

There are many factors that can inhibit uterine contraction, such as maternal fatigue, too many children, old age, drugs, blood deficiency/anemia, etc. That is why the normal birth process begins with the healthy mother.

2. P for Passage

Passage means the birth canal. Is a street or alley that the baby through to get out and face the world. Birth canal must be adequate or sufficiently broad to be passed by a baby with a normal size.
Assessment of the birth canal usually done after 3rd-trimester pregnancy or after entering the 9th month of pregnancy. Assessment birth canal will be accompanied by an evaluation of how far the head into the birth canal and the position of the baby's head.

Power, Passage, Passenger, Psych

3. Passage and Passenger

Passenger here is the baby that will be born. The passenger factors that needed to be assessed are estimated weight babies obtained through ultrasound or other methods, the position of the baby and the baby's health. Babies that are too large will be difficult through the birth canal (Passage), and the position of the baby will also greatly affect the birth process.

4. P for psych

Psychic or mental factors are the last P. It called the last, but actually not less important than the other P. The readiness of psychologically and mentally make mom ready and brave to face the labor.

When a pregnant woman is scared to face the normal labor, then unconsciously she had the plan to failed her normal labor. A pregnant woman who faces the labor with the hesitation mindset, usually will not have normal labor process and will eventually give up and choose for surgery.

4 these secrets is also expected to help pregnant women and couples to achieve the ideals of major labor: a healthy baby and a healthy mother.

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