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Most women could not stand the pain due to womb contraction, so they have tried to scream with the hope of relieving the ache.

Screaming constantly will make the body and the spirit stressed severely in long term that is harmful to giving birth.

Why does screaming while giving birth is not good

Screaming while giving birth only consumes energy, affects to normal uses of strength of women and prolongs the birth process. When shouting has made women feel tired to contract their muscles to give birth, it will be extremely dangerous for the baby.

When screaming, women tend to swallow a large amount of air, which leads to cause flatulence for the bowel. It will influence to the function of stomach and bowel that the woman finds it hard to eat normally and digest, as well as vomits. It will affect to the rhythm of womb contraction.

Crying continuously will be easy to make the womb contraction lack of force, or the cervix can’t expand that causes stagnation in birth process. It is hard to make the baby’s head lower as the normal process or the baby rotates inside that leads to difficulties.

Description: Screaming while giving birth only consumes energy as well as affects to normal uses of strength of women.

Screaming while giving birth only consumes energy as well as affects to normal uses of strength of women.

Screaming and crying are bad attitudes that leave bad impression to others, put them under pressure and make them remain passive. Women will be hard to coordinate with essential requirement that obstetric staff gives.

Screaming excessively will be an obstacle to health staff, affect to other pregnant women who are waiting for giving birth and depress them.

What should women do?

Description: What should women do?

What should women do?

With disadvantages that screaming brings, when beginning labor, women have to initially prepare for pain due to womb contraction, control mood and relax. Don’t afraid of suffering.

In addition, it is important to listen to advice of obstetric doctors to regulate the laboring together with practice breathing and getting air to help birth process run smoothly. If you only focus on crying and forget the significant task which is muscle contracting and breathing, it will affect badly not only to you but also to your fetus.

You should not be worried too much about how to strain in right way. Obstetric doctors will give you useful advice in the delivery room. If you want to learn how to breathe and contract to help birth process work well, you can read information about pre-birth class on our website. In this class, you will be provided full information about birth process as well as the method to blow your worry away about pain in this procedure.

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