Why a laboring woman gets the urge to push before 10 cm's!

September 2, 2018

 

Hypnotic birthing techniques are teaching pregnant women that it is NEVER necessary to EVER push during labor and birth! They FALSELY imply that the uterus can do all the work. What they don't tell you is that the pelvic cavity is not like a slide at the amusement park that the baby just slides effortlessly down through during labor. The pelvis actually looks like this illustration I've posted on here. It's a maze that the baby has to twist and turn and work hard to get through. Why wouldn't you as the mother want to help your baby avoid hours and hours of a longer labor when a few good pushes from you at the right time would prevent that- AND prevent an unnecessary cesarean or an injured or dead baby. However romantic you might think birth is, it's also a reality that it doesn't always turn out the way you want it to, especially if you're uninformed!

Notice the notches (the Ischial Spines) in the center of the pelvis? They're there for a very good reason! If they weren't there, then your baby would never be born vaginally! They prove that you cannot just breathe your baby through without any effort on your part!

For more information on this, you can find it in my book, Gatekeeper Between the Worlds, available on this website.

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Created by Chassidy Koleth

dedicated to my midwife Lydi Owen

She has delivered all of my children.