Childbirth and Delivery Methods

The delivery method can vary based on the current health condition, from person to person. Vaginal delivery (normal delivery) is the most common method of childbirth and the most secure. Different support may be required if necessary, to carry out the delivery. Forceps may be used to cup the baby's head and help steer the infant into the canal for conception. Vacuum delivery is another form of delivery aided and is identical to delivery forceps. During vacuum delivery, a plastic cup is attached by suction to the infant's head and the doctor can pull the infant slowly out of the birth canal. Vaginal delivery cannot always be necessary. Careful physical exercises and doctor's careful advice will require

  • C-section delivery
  • Homebirth
  • Waterbirth
  • Natural childbirth
  • Breech birth
  • Induced labor

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