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Birth often causes a rainbow of liquids to appear from your neither regions. You should expect blood, urine, amniotic fluid, a mucous plug, discharge, and meconium (if your baby has a bowel movement in the womb) to come out of your vagina at some point during labor. These fluids are one of the many reasons it pays to have a tribe of supporters (e.g., birth doula, midwife, nurse, or other care provider) who will wipe away these goodies before you get the chance to have a look. If you had a meal before birth began, be prepared for a bit of (or a lot of) that nourishment to reappear. If you’re in a hospital, there are plastic bags provided purely for the purpose of vomit catching, and for a home or hospital birth, it’s always a good idea to have a bowl, trash bin, or bag handy. Although vomiting is never a pleasant endeavor, know that it can be a natural component of birth . 4. The pregnancy glow will be replaced with childbirth splotches. Photos taken of me the day before I went into labor portrayed a glowing goddess; photos post-delivery portrayed a splotchy and bloated faced mother. I looked happier than I’ve ever seen myself in those post-delivery photos, but the appearance of my skin left something to be desired.
Your body will go through so much during labor you may discover fresh pimples, burst blood vessels, and other varieties of discolored skin when you peer in the mirror after labor. Be gentle with yourself and know that a shower, water, sleep, and baby cuddles will revive your glow. 5. If you have a water birth, there will probably be poop particles floating around. I’ve had many clients who were going to have a home or birth center birth inquire about the small net that came with their birth kit. This net is to catch poop floating in water. Poop happens during birth , and while this poop is easy to wipe away when you’re on dry land, it becomes trickier to make it disappear when you’re in water. Although the net catches the bulk of the fecal matter there will be remnants. Yes, this is a gross byproduct of a water birth, but the relief water offers your birthing muscles and perineum far outweigh the yuck-factor of some poop particles you won’t even be aware of.
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