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What The Female Organ Goes Through During Childbirth

The most common method of childbirth is vaginal delivery. After carrying the baby for nine months, a woman is expected to deliver the child.

Delivering through the female intimate organ is the safest for the baby according to research. Information obtained from Cleveland Clinic shows that about 80% of childbirths worldwide is done through the female intimate organ.

According to the Cleveland Clinic, this article will show you what happens to the female birth canal during childbirth. A woman enters labour between week 37 and week 47 of pregnancy.

Although there are different stages of labour, true labour causes contractions that last about 30 to 70 seconds and occur about 5 to 10 minutes apart.

A woman experiences contractions when she’s in labour, and she’s expected to push during childbirth. The experience can be likened to that of a person who wants to poop.

The placenta comes out after childbirth through the female intimate organ, and research shows that certain factors can affect the time of delivery as labour tends to last longer if it’s your first child.

Generally, vaginal childbirth is the most natural and safest method of child delivery….CONTINUE FULL READING>>> 

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