Childbirth Options Lamaze Bradley College Research Paper

4093 words - 17 pages

Aishah Taylor
Health 220 MC-S612
Professor Belcastro
The birth process is one of the most complicated and risky procedures in the life of a
woman. According to Kitzinger (1978) “Labor pain can have negative or positive meaning,
depending on whether the child is wanted, the interaction of the laboring woman with those
attending her, her sense of ease or dis-ease in the environment provided for birth, her relationship
with the father of her child and her attitude to her body throughout the reproductive process”
(p.119).There are four childbirth options that may be used depending on the health condition of
both the mother and the child. These are the vaginal birth , cesarean birth , Vacuum extraction
and Forcep delivery. In both of these childbirth options, there associated health risk and benefits
to both the mother and the child. This paper seeks to discuss four birth options for a mother, their
interests, and risks as the significant points and counterpoint of each procedure. However, more
emphasis will be laid on the birth by cesarean section, vaginal delivery, Vacuum extraction, and
birth by extraction as the primary methods. Birth by the natural vagina process has few
associated risks and many benefits compared to the other alternatives such as birth by cesarean,
vaginal birth,.​Vaginal births without medication can be less painful, and smoother if the mother
and partner learn breathing techniques and other strategies in a birthing class. Lamaze Method or
The Bradley Method are two common childbirth classes.
Which is the safest option for vaginal birth , cesarean birth , Vacuum extraction and
Forcep delivery?
For a woman with pregnancy labor complications, vaginal birth is considered safer
compared to other options due to the relatively reduced likelihood of complications during this
process. Why a natural childbirth? The kind of pregnancy, labor, and birth our children
experience has a profound and lifelong effect on their health, including their mental, emotional,
and physical health. When compared with other options available for a complicated pregnancy,
birth by C-section is the most recommendable compared to alternatives such as terminating the
pregnancy when lives of both the mother and the baby are at risk. This is because, in the case of
a complication during pregnancy, a birth by the standard processes is likely to buy risky to the
mother and the unborn baby while termination of the pregnancy is also dangerous to the
mother’s health. Therefore, the best option becomes to deliver the baby by a C-section then place
it under the prenatal care for specialized monitoring. All surgery operations have some degree of
risk of readmission complications especially when the health of the mother is compromised.
Cesarean section is usually carried out in the event a vaginal birth is considered an unsafe option
for both the mother and the baby. However, some doctors offer alternative possibilities...



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