The term “transverse” is used in the pregnancy and childbirth industry to refer to the position of the fetus in the womb. The fetus is said to be in the transverse position when it is lying horizontally across the uterus, with its head and buttocks pointing in opposite directions. This is in contrast to the more common ” longitudinal ” position, in which the fetus lies vertically in the uterus, with its head pointing downwards. The transverse position is not
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‘Sore nipples’ is a term used to describe one of the problems that some women encounter during and after breastfeeding. This is a condition where the nipples may become sore, cracked, or inflamed as a result of the suction from the baby’s mouth. Sore nipples are a common problem for new mothers. There are other similar terms that are used to describe this condition, such as ‘nipple pain’ and ‘breastfeeding problems’. However, ‘sore nipples’ is the most commonly used term.
In the birth industry, estriol is a type of estrogen, and it is one of the most important hormones during pregnancy. This hormone helps the uterus grow and stay healthy. It is also a hormone that is produced by the placenta and the fetal liver. It helps to regulate the growth and development of the fetus, and it also helps to maintain the pregnancy, and prepare the body for labor and delivery, and breastfeeding. Estriol is similar to other hormones,
In the birth industry, dropping is the term used to describe the moment when the baby’s head begins to descend through the birth canal and settles into the mother’s pelvis. In general, dropping is often used to describe the downward movement of the baby. This may be referred to as baby dropping or fetal dropping and is one of the signs that your body is getting ready for labor. Another term for dropping is lightening which is because when the
Bishop score is a term used to measure the dilation and effacement of the cervix during labor. The Bishop Score ranges from 0-10, with 0 being completely closed and 10 being fully open. A higher Bishop Score means that the cervix is more dilated and effaced. This image shows how often the term ‘Bishop Score’ is used in relation to other, similar birth terms: The Bishop Score is often used as a predictor of how likely it is for a
In the birthing industry, General practitioner is a term used to describe a healthcare professional who provides basic care to pregnant women and discusses plans about your pregnancy and can refer you to any public or private hospital and birthing center, most women when they feel like they’re pregnant they sometimes go first to GP before going to Obstetricians, midwife or any other doctor who specializes in Pregnancy and birth care. On the other hand, General practitioners specialize in family