Signs of impending birth

The pregnancy ends with the birth.  You can assume birth is imminent if you have the following symptoms: contractions (lasting about 30-60 seconds, every 10 minutes over a period of 1 to 2 hours) possibly through a slightly bloody discharge in consequence of the dissolving mucus from the cervix for a few days (before birth) the rupture of the membranes (the bursting of the amniotic sac) Diarrhoea or vomiting
After birth, the pregnancy involution begins, so the regeneration of the abdominal wall, uterus, pelvic floor muscles, vagina, and hormonal balance returns to its pre pregnancy state. The recovery time varies with the individual, but it takes about as long as the pregnancy.

Every expectant mother is entitled to care by a midwife or doctor during pregnancy, at birth and several weeks after birth.  Recommended in uncomplicated pregnancy, first visits are at an interval of four weeks after the announcement of the pregnancy, from the 32nd Week of pregnancy at an interval of two weeks and in excess of the date of birth every two days.
A medical ultra-sonography, colloquially an ultrasound is an imaging technique that has radically changed the practice of medicine in prenatal visits in the last decades. It provides monitoring of foetal development, the identification of multiple pregnancies and sex.

Although ultrasounds are generally regarded as safe for the unborn child, there are still two social trends: on the one hand the production of 2 and 3 dimensional pictures for the family album, and on the other, the restriction on the necessary number of ultrasound examinations (approximately 1 per trimester).

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