Have you ever thought what felt your baby when you’re giving birth? Your body undergoes many changes before and during the process of the birth, as well as your baby. Along with her displacement from the womb to the outside world, the majority of his system work, while others do not. Here are the things experienced by the baby during the birth process.
All pregnant women wonder-often with a grimace how babies weighing 3 ½, 4, or even 4 and a half pounds to get out of the vaginal opening is so small. And, connecting the parts are soft pliable enough so that the baby’s head to pass through the birth canal heads of babies born vaginally slightly changed form during the birth process directly, but the form of the head of the so-called “Panjul” it will be back to normal in a few days.
Birth process produces mechanical and physiological changes that help prepare your baby’s first breath of air. In the womb, oxygen is delivered to the baby through the placenta. But, when the baby is born and the umbilical cord is cut, the placenta can no longer perform its function, so that the lungs take over. In the womb, the fetus’s lungs filled with fluid that helped mature. Parturition drain fluid so that the lungs can expand and fill with air after birth.
Your baby’s lungs will begin to pump more blood after she was born. In the womb, the blood does not pass through these organs due parturition, the pressure on the baby’s lungs and the blood began to flow down through the normal organs.
How do babies come from the environment temperature of 37 degrees Celsius can adapt indoor temperature of 21 degrees Celsius? The thyroid gland plays a major role in this regard. During the birth process, the baby is very high thyroid levels. Temperature rises suddenly is caused by exposure to cold and increased adrenaline. Increased levels of thyroid produces heat from a fat fat called “brown” is important to help newborn babies regulate her body temperature outside the womb.
As we do not know what kind of pain that baby felt when he slid out of the birth canal, the doctor was not sure what babies see or hear during the birth. However, infants do have the ability to hear before he entered the world. In fact, doctors say that the mother heard talking and singing for 9 months in the womb make baby recognizes his mother’s voice soon after he was born-an integral part of the parent-child bond. In contrast, vision baby before birth is difficult to measure. But after the baby is born, we know that initially blurred vision and can not focus. When mom picked up at a distance come forward about 20 to 38 cm (not a coincidence that this distance is around the breast area, where he used to suckle), infants have the ability to detect facial features mother-important element in the parent-child bond.