What are the different types of (Pregnancy) delivery | in that 6 major delivery


6 major delivery

There are so many different types of delivery that I have explained six major. Some are confused about which delivery is best; in my opinion, normal delivery is the best. Nowadays, doctors don’t take risks and caesarean deliveries are prepared.

1) Premature delivery

A premature baby is one that is delivered before 37 completed weeks of gestation and weighs less than 2.5 kg. Premature deliveries are more common in the lower income groups of society; other causes include a lack of antenatal care, anaemia, smoking, and poor health of the mothers. Premature labour usually begins without any previous warning and is usually shorter and easier than labour at term. Premature babies are usually nursed in a thermostatically controlled incubator to maintain their body temperature. Follow-up of prematurely born babies is very important and is arranged by the doctor before the baby is discharged home. Most premature babies progress normally, and after a few weeks, no one would know that they had been born prematurely.

2) Twin delivery 

If two babies develop simultaneously in the womb, they are said to be twins. There are two types of twins, viz., identical twins and fraternal twins.

Identical twins develop from a single ovum, which divides to form two fetuses. Thus, they have the same genes and share the exact same environment, being born at the same time.

Fraternal twins, on the other hand, are babies that develop from two ova fertilized at the same time by different sperm. They are no more alike or unlike any other children in the same family. They are two babies who have shared the same pregnancy but are like ordinary brothers and sisters.

Identical twins are always the same intercourse, two boys or two girls, while fraternal twins may have the same intercourse, two boys or two girls, or they may be a boy or a girl.

The experience of giving birth to twins is quite awesome. Twins are often born prematurely, usually because they have outgrown the space available for the two of them in the uterus.


3) Breech Delivery

Although there is not much difference between normal deliveries and breech deliveries, breech deliveries are certainly more difficult compared to the normal ones? Since the head of the baby is the last to emerge in breech delivery, if any factors interfere with the supply of oxygen to the baby, its survival may be endangered. There may also be complications if the baby is facing the wrong way or if the head of the baby is slightly larger.


4) Episiotomy

Such a delivery involves a surgical procedure and becomes essential if the head of the baby is later than the normal size.


5) Forceps delivery

When the mother cannot push with the necessary force, this method is used to get the baby out.


6) Caesarean delivery

Caesarean is performed if it is considered to be in the best interests of the baby, either because the baby would suffer from lack of oxygen if not delivered immediately or if it is considered that vaginal delivery might injure the baby. There is very little risk, either for the baby or the mother, in a caesarean delivery. This method involves making an incision in the lower abdomen and another one in the uterus to open it up, then gently lifting the baby out of the uterus.