Pregnancy

Childbirth: The deliverance

Usually 15 to 20 minutes after birth, the placenta is expelled under the effect of contractions. It is examined by the midwife who ensures that everything has been expelled to prevent infection or haemorrhage of the uterus.

During the two hours following the delivery, the brand new mother stays in the birth room, where one monitors her blood pressure, her pulse, her temperature, her vaginal bleeding ... But these few hours are above all the privileged moment to get to know the baby

If the mother wishes to breastfeed, the midwife in principle will help for this first feeding, essential to start breastfeeding well.

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Read also :

> Childbirth: deliverance
> The outbreak of childbirth
> All you need to know about childbirth

Sources and notes

- Big Book of Pregnancy, French National College of Gynecologists Obstetricians, Eyrolles, 2015.
- Merger R., Levy J, Melchior J., Obstetric Accurate, Masson, 2001.
- Lansac J., G. Berger, Magnin G., Obstetrics for the practitioner, Masson 2003.
- Frydman R., Schilte C., Waiting for Baby - Edition 2008, Hachette practice.

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