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Panic Attacks Triggered by Labor Pains by aimilino01 Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Nov 2010 8:59am Lately I have been getting more and more nervous about delivering this baby. With my first child, I was very oblivious to what labor was like. Let me preface by stating that I am a HUGE wuss when it comes to pain. A lot of woman try to be tough when delivering babies and it seems like a contest to see who can go the longest without an epidur ... Read on »
Memory of Labor Pain Influenced by a Woman's Childbirth Experience by AtYourCervix Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Mar 2009 3:14pm From Medscape.com: Memory of Labor Pain Influenced by a Woman's Childbirth Experience By Megan Rauscher NEW YORK (Reuters Health) Mar 11 - Research shows that for about half of women who give birth, memories of the intensity of labor pain decline over time. However, for some women, their recollection of pain does not seem to d ... Read on »
Pain During Labor by Deb .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 16 Mar 2012 10:02pm Last Monday night, I was on the panel to speak at an event following the screening of More Business Of Being Born . The event was organized by Urbanity Baby . What I appreciate most about this film is the honesty and bluntness about the hardships of labor, and the disappointments that evolved. Alanis Morissette was among my favorite ... Read on »
Low back pain because of pregnancy can be helped with Chiropractic. by Carol Grant Posted Fri 22 Jan 2010 3:42am Chiropractic spinal manipulation is very helpful with low back pain which can occur during pregnancy. The weight gain, loosening of the ligaments, activity change can cause and/or contribute to back pain. During labor, back pain is also a problem. There are some suggestions in the literature that back pain may affect pregnancy and delivery ... Read on »
Back pain and back labor..can Chiropractic help? by Carol Grant Posted Wed 21 Jul 2010 5:28am During labor, back pain is a problem frequently called back labor. There are some suggestions in the literature that back pain may affect pregnancy and delivery in ways other than increasing discomfort or restricting activity. There is some evidence that suggests that women with low back pain during pregnancy had longer labors and pain during d ... Read on »
The subjectivity of pain by AtYourCervix Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 6:40pm I had to just bite my tongue recently. Having a conversation with one of the docs, and he just goes on and on and on about how all women should get epidurals ~ so it "relaxes" their pelvic floors. Women "tense up from the pain" and it "makes the baby not come down." Seriously? Ok, he did mention that he had a kidney stone before ... Read on »
Building Your “Tool Kit” for Labor by Deb .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 04 Aug 2013 10:03pm When I teach my Prenatal yoga classes, I like to stress the importance of creating what I like to call “the tool kit for labor and delivery.” This is a collection of reliable, proven pain management techniques the laboring mother can call upon to use as she needs. Not too long ago, I was explaining this “tool kit” in one of my classe ... Read on »
labor pain cervical rather than uterine? by Kim C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Dec 2008 7:25am Anyone hear of this? Someone posted this in Midwifery Today: a brief article in Fit Pregnancy (Oct/Nov 2008) that states: "Labor pain evidently comes mainly from the cervix, not the uterus, a Swedish researcher says. In non-pregnant women, the uterus contains pain-sensitive fibers, but for reasons unknown, those fibers disappear almost complet ... Read on »
Reader Question | How I Handled Labor Pain by hipchickheather Posted Thu 07 Apr 2011 2:27pm This is a common question among women considering natural childbirth. Carla posted a comment on the natural childbirth video Her actual question was “Can you tell me how you psyched yourself through the pain?” This is a hard question because everyone has a different definition of pain, and a different tolerance for pain. I’ll spea ... Read on »
Labor Pains: Don’t Be Caught Unprepared by Deb .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 04 Jun 2010 5:57pm A main component of the prenatal yoga class is the exploration of pain management and relaxation techniques that can be used during labor and delivery. My favorite (and most effective) exercise is the mock contraction. This is a 60 second wall squat that is meant to simulate the timing of a contraction and is frankly, rather uncomfort ... Read on »