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The YouTube video "ABC del parto" provides a brief overview of what happens during labor, based on what is covered in the basics of childbirth. The video discusses the different stages of labor, how to manage pain, and the importance of oxytocin in the childbirth process.

  • 00:00:00 In this time, we have had to stay at home as usual while pregnant women are waiting for their babies I thought it might be useful to offer a condensed course on preparation for childbirth so that everyone has a basic understanding of what to expect during the arrival of our babies because the pregnancy continues independently then I thought it might be interesting to share these classes with you as a super condensed course on preparation for childbirth in which what we're going to talk about is a little of what happens in a typical childbirth and what things we can do ourselves from our home and along the course to help facilitate a natural childbirth by what we call the physiologic route which is to say a route without the need for major curtains so I started by sharing that childbirth is similar to a journey we make in our long trips on the road where we pass through different landscapes and in each one of them, we see different landscapes there's no such thing as a lucky border that separates one phase from the next so this journey we're making through childbirth is a journey that we make in a fantastic vehicle
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the importance of movement during childbirth, and how it can help the bones in the pelvis move and adjust to create a more comfortable delivery for the mother and baby. The main points are that childbirth is a lot more painful when the bones in the pelvis don't move as they're supposed to, and that by moving during childbirth the mother can help her baby move easier and get through the birth canal more easily.
  • 00:10:00 The ABC del parto video discusses the importance of having a free and unrestricted pelvis during childbirth, which can help avoid pressure on the sacrum. Movement of the pelvis is important for efficient childbirth. Contracting the muscles around the pelvis can help move the bones freely and reduce the risk of back pain. Stretching exercises are important for preparing the muscles and bones for childbirth. All childbirth exercises are important in the last few weeks of pregnancy. Vibrations in the pelvic area help to relax the muscles and produce heat.
  • 00:15:00 It is very important to have heat during labor, taking a hot shower, and a cold shower. If possible, women should stay in the hot water for a good amount of time before relaxing the muscle groups surrounding the baby's passage. This muscle group is made up of bones and should be allowed to expand. The second labor, the passenger, is something that we know about because as seen with the first labor, it's not something given, but is something that women can do to make the trip easier. There are things that women can do to help the baby pass through the birth canal in the best possible conditions. In the passage, it turns out to be that we know today that this passenger will have a easier journey with a more difficult one depending on how the baby is positioning inside the mother's body. We know that there are positions that are more complex and favorable for childbirth, such as the woman lying on her back with the baby lying on her stomach. When the uterus pushes the baby, usually what happens is that the baby's head rests on the woman's neck, which is just the opening of the uterus. When the uterus pushes the baby, what we'll notice is the most powerful part of the uterus is up high, and
  • 00:20:00 The ABC del parto video discusses the difficulties of childbirth, particularly in terms of the baby's posterior position. Pregnant women are advised to try to avoid posterior positioning by using a "rombo" position with their hands placed on their occipital head region and pressing down. If the mother puts her hands on her middle of the head, the effect is not as strong. If the baby is looking forward instead of toward the front, the position is measured with the anterior part of the child's head. If the mother and baby are positioned similarly, the baby's position is posterior. However, if the mother puts her hands on her middle of the head and presses down, the baby will slide easily into a posterior position due to the mother's curve in her spine. If the mother sits in front of a television set and leans her spine forward, the baby is more likely to attach itself to the mother's spine in this position. To help avoid posterior positioning, the mother should try to relax in various positions, with her belly hanging over the edge of the chair, and avoid the typical "tummy-down" position. This video also discusses how not to be symmetrical and suggests that pregnant women drink plenty of water and consume plenty of vitamin C-
  • 00:25:00 This video discusses the benefits of positioning oneself for childbirth in a favorable way, and how to know if your baby is inside the uterus by feeling it yourself. If you feel too scared to touch it, you can touch it by putting your hand on the uterus, because we feel that we won't hurt the baby if we touch it. If I touch myself, I am sitting, so I won't feel anything. But if I lay down completely, I would feel much more comfortable feeling where this baby is inside my uterus, and mapping it out like this map of my male member. The screen name "screen betis" also discusses this topic. If we put the baby in this position, and if you had a baby in a correct position and what you would feel when touching it would be near your pubic bone, something hard, like a ball, would feel very hard, close to my ribs, here. This would be my area of the greatest movements. If I touch the panza from outside, I would feel much more relaxed talking about this side. On this other side, where I am holding the baby's back, when women learn to touch themselves, they can also choose positions that favor the baby's positioning. For childbirth, we usually sleep on
  • 00:30:00 The ABC del parto video discusses how our health system is contra-productive of women's physiology and how immobilizing women in hospitals during labor despite the fact that it has been completely demonstrated that movement promotes labor progress. The women gamble with their health by positioning themselves contrary to the World Health Organization's (WHO) recommended position, and furthermore, we encourage the development of the fetal brain by making clinical history from what happened to one's maternal grandmother. When a woman is pregnant, she needs to disconnect from this constant toxicity and adrenaline toxicity and find strategies to produce oxitocina. To do this, she needs to decrease the level of adrenaline and oxitocina. Warm water massages and caresses produce oxitocina. A woman in labor who is finishing up is like a light that is about to go out. What we need is a decrease in that light, which is produced by oxitocina. When a labor begins, there is nothing the hospital can do. We are in a regular scenario because adrenaline and oxitocina are not produced when a woman is in this position. Women who are pregnant at this time need to find strategies to increase oxitocina production. All of these
  • 00:35:00 The video discusses the experience of childbirth, focusing on the emotional and physical aspects of the experience. It discusses the role of oxytocin in childbirth and how to manage pain. The video also discusses the experience of childbirth for women who are fearful of hospitals.
  • 00:40:00 The ABC del Parto video teaches women about the different stages of labor and how to manage the pain and discomfort that comes with them. The video discusses strategies for managing pain before, during, and after labor. It also includes advice on using alternative pain relief methods if traditional medication is not desired. The video ends with a discussion of the transition stage, which is considered the most challenging part of labor. Women are advised to be prepared for this period by practicing relaxation and breathing techniques.
  • 00:45:00 This video discusses the difference between when a woman feels like she can't do something and when she really can't. It explains that the point when a woman feels like she's about to give birth is when her contractions start to feel like space-time separations, and then she enters what's called the "second stage" in which she's completely exhausted. She then goes through the transition to the third stage. Some women experience a pause in contractions, but they eventually return to spatiality. The labor process lasts for an additional 34 minutes, and during this time the woman may feel a desire to push. The sensations of pushing become increasingly subtle, and she may start to feel a need to go to the bathroom. She may also experience sensations such as wanting to push, becoming stronger, and feeling like she's in control. The final stage of labor is the "passenger stage," in which the woman feels powerful and in control. She can choose to escape pain by retreating into fear, or she can use the opportunity to feel strong and powerful always. It is important for women to understand their own body and what comes with being a woman in order to make informed choices during labor. Women have a body capable of delivering babies vaginally like Paris famously is
  • 00:50:00 This YouTube video provides a brief overview of what happens during labor, based on what is covered in ABC (the basics).

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