SEE WOMAN WHO GIVES BIRTH TO 6 KILO BABY WITHOUT ANESTHESIA INJECTED IN HER VIRGINA
All mothers experience pain during childbirth. These pains are very hard or even unbearable, which leads many women to give birth by cesarean section. However, for this woman it was totally different, she was able to give birth to a baby without any anesthesia!
Pain during childbirth
Pain during childbirth is caused by contractions of the uterine muscles and pressure on the cervix. This pain can be felt in the abdomen, groin and back. Some women experience pain in their thighs as well.
Other causes may be behind pain during delivery, including pressure of the baby’s head on the bladder and intestines and stretching of the uterus and vagina.
The pain during delivery is different for each woman. It varies a lot from one woman to another and even from one pregnancy to another. For some women, it looks like menstrual cramps, for others, severe pressure, and for others, waves of pain that are so strong that they can not compare to any other pain.
There are some exceptional cases where some women can manage to give birth without medication, as is the case with this Australian woman, but her baby is born with considerable weight.
A childbirth not ordinary
In Sydney, Australia, a 28-year-old woman gave birth to a baby who weighed more than normal. This woman’s name is Nikki Bell, and her baby weighed 5.7kg, almost twice the size of some healthy newborns, since typically the average weight of a full-term baby is between 2.6 kg and 3.7kg.
The baby’s name is Parker and he is Nikki’s second child, after his eldest daughter Maddison. The peculiarity of this birth at Blacktown Hospital is that Nikki did not take any pain relievers to calm the pain of childbirth. She said she did not regret her decision to refuse painkillers. She also said that she is sure that all births are painful, whether 1.7 kg or 5.7 kg.
Nikki was very fortunate since her delivery lasted only two and a half hours, whereas normally a childbirth often lasts four to eight hours or more.
On Facebook, the group Blacktown Midwifery shared an article in which he congratulated Nikki for the birth of his baby in good health, The message said that the whole team of the hospital is happy to announce that Parker and his mother Nikki go well.
In comments on the Facebook post, people from around the world congratulated Nikki while expressing their surprise.
A Facebook user commented that Nikki’s case shows how amazing women’s bodies are. While another surfer answered by being amazed that this baby weighs more than his twins met after one month of their birth.
The Bell family has returned home and she is already imagining what Parker could do with her growing height. Nikki told The Mirror that she hopes he will be an American football player, something that will please his father.
Giving birth to a 5.7kg baby and refusing to take painkillers is a testament to Nikki’s courage and strength of character.