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(Sounds like a lot, but by just keeping them in mind, you’ll be doing tons of them without even realizing it!) (a) exercise 1 – Squeeze tight, hold 3 seconds, release (repeat) (b) exercise 2 – (aka ‘the flicker’) – Do 3 short/quick ones, then on 4th squeeze tight, hold 3 secods, release (repeat) (c) exercise 3 – (aka ‘the elevator’) – Imagine moving your pelvic muscles up and down a 3-floor elevator – go slowly up floor #1 (pause), up to #2 (pause), up to #3 (pause), then release back down to floor #1 (you can vary these, like go from floor 1 to 3 and down to 2 back to 1; or 1-2-3-2-1, etc.) We are conditioned (especially in the U. In other countries around the world, birthing is easy and virtually pain-free because they have grown up expecting it to be easy and pain-free.And it makes so much sense why we need lactation consultants (no more communal living to learn from our moms and sisters).I am so thankful for the ‘sisterhood’ community I had with my cousins and the motivation from my mom, who passed down their wisdom.(The birthing ball is also excellent on birthing day, to help baby descend and open [dilate] your cervix.) -SQUAT – [to stretch and elasticize your skin] Do this as often as possible. -KEGELS – [to strengthen your pushing muscles and pelvic floor] As you read this, pretend you’re going to the bathroom and flex your pelvic muscles to stop your pee. These exercises are helpful before and after giving birth, so you keep your lady-part muscles tight and strong. You can even set aside time for it if necessary (e.g.while doing dishes, while watching TV, etc.) Ideally you want to be doing several hundred of these per day.
In the same vein, if you wanted the epidural, but were too far along and the doctor said, “You’re too far along now, I’ll just need you to push,” you may feel nervous in the moment in case you hadn’t prepared your body for that possibility. But before you even begin to prepare your body or go to a birthing class, choosing your medical provider is one of the most important decisions that can make or break your ideal experience.
So whenever you are in pain, have your partner constantly remind and help you to release your shoulders, relax your jaw, and if you happen to make any noises at all, do so from your gut like ‘aaawwww’.
As often as possible, become completely ‘limp like a noodle,’ use your imagination to take yourself to another place (your partner can whisper a description of your favorite place to get away, such as a beach setting, or other peaceful place), and let your uterus do its job.
Insurance companies rarely let you switch medical providers in your 3rd trimester (trust me, I learned the hard way), so the earlier you choose your caregiver, the better. ” “What is the most common position your patients deliver babies?
Ask your local mom network for recommended hospitals, birth centers, and providers. ” “Would I be able to move about as I please and give birth in any position that feels most comfortable?