At the time of delivery, the mother has to experience excruciating pain as the child descents down their birth canal. Luckily there are techniques and medicines which provide pain relief to the mother during labour and delivery!

There are safe pain-killing injections called Epidurals administered in the lower back, which reduces the pain experienced during labour. It helps the mother to have pain-free delivery during childbirth.

Our expert team at Mother Hospitals makes painless deliveries possible for expectant mothers helping them experience a comfortable birthing experience making dealing with labour pain easy.

  • Effacement And Dilation- In this stage, the cervix begins to dilate and expand to an average of at least 10 centimetres within 12-13 hours of active labour. This stage typically includes early labour, active labour and transition to the second stage of labour. In the early labour stage, you can still walk around and do your chores, however as soon as the frequency intensifies, active labour begins, wherein, talking becomes hard, contractions increase and your water might break. After this, you transition into the 2nd stage, which involves trembles, hot and cold flashes, painful contractions and sweating.
  • The Second stage of Labour involves a fully dilated cervix and the baby to be pushed out of the birthing canal! This stage requires medical help and support since the mother needs to push with each contraction to make the delivery possible.
  • Once the baby is out,10 to 15 minutes post-delivery, the uterus continues to contract so that the placenta can come out as well, this is the Third Stage of Labour.
  • The final and fourth stage involves extensive nursing to the mother and baby, and assistance with breastfeeding and post-delivery vaginal care.

Childbirth classes also help parents understand what happens during the course of labour and what to anticipate in advance. They receive counselling on pain, fear and stress and all queries regarding the same are answered by experts to assuage their fears.