Are you curious to know secrets about birth? You are in the right place because we will guide and help you get ready for this. There are things no one will share, and here are some of those.
First Borns Seldom Come Out before Their Due Date
At the 39th month of pregnancy, a lot of expecting mothers feel uneasy and cannot get quality sleep. There is a higher probability that first-born babies will come at around the 42nd week.
Water Breaking Is Commonly Not the First Sign of Labor
Many mothers experience the first sign of labor when they feel consistent cramps and contractions. After this, their water breaks naturally or is induced by a doctor.
After You Water Breaks, Leaking Is Continuous Until You Give Birth
Giving birth gets very wet. You might be surprised to know that the water continuously leaks until the baby comes out. This is something positive, and you can just put on an adult diaper or overnight pad to make you feel more comfortable.
Going on Labor is Boring and Dragging
The best way to get ready for labor is not to stress too much about it. It is good to rest as much as you can. If birth is induced, you can bring books or download your favorite shows to distract you.