Best Birth Food
A randomized controlled trial of hundreds of pregnant women finds that if a woman eats 6 dates a day for a few weeks before giving birth, it can significantly improve cervical ripening, cervical readiness, and opening to the birth canal. The date is one of the best food for labor.
Medication or surgery may also be used to prepare the cervix. Oxytocin is the most commonly used medicine; you may have heard the doctors talk about Pitocin – this is the brand. Although effective, its use is related to many potential side effects, which can affect both mother and baby.
Only if there was any safe, simple, and no side effects solution. Well, lances might help. The use of oxytocin to induce birth in the lance group was half less from the control group and the few women who ate dates and have had a triggered birth, have had a more successful birth.
According to an earlier study in which the consumption of there seems to shorten a birth by over six hours the tuyere itself may have oxytocin-like effects. Okay, how about a study, comparing the efficacy of dates with oxytocin in dealing with bleeding after birth. Postpartum hemorrhage, excessive blood loss after birth, is one of the major complications of pregnancy and the leading cause of death for the mother.
As the placenta peels off, the uterus is supposed to contract to control bleeding, otherwise, if the uterus does not have enough muscle tone – oxytocin can be injected, prevent blood loss. However, like all other medicines, it can have side effects, sometimes causing a dangerous drop in blood pressure.
There are also various devices that can be used to apply pressure and at worst can lead to surgery, but why not try fruit first? Easy to find, cheap, no side effects, yes, but does it work? A randomized clinical trial was conducted to understand. Immediately after the release of the placenta one group of women is given a single dose of 5 dates, the other intramuscular injection with oxytocin. Then they collected all the blood, to see what works better.
Generally, three hours after birth, the average blood loss in the tuner group it was significantly less than in the oxytocin group, with about a quarter cup. Look at this. See how the lance band is mostly in the lowest category, under two thirds a glass of blood loss, while the drug group lost about a glass or more?
The use of there by mouth, I don’t know how else one would accept them – after birth, lowers bleeding more than intramuscular oxytocin and this is a good alternative in normal birth. But you wait a minute … if the dates have oxytocin-like effects on contracting the uterus, by reducing the process of birth through the challenge of uterine contractions earlier, can the consumption of tuyere to increase the risk of preterm birth? I guess we’ll never know … so far. The effect of lance consumption on the duration of pregnancy. Since the beginning of the 38th gestational week, women have been divided into two groups, one was taking seven lunches a day and the other was not.
And … eating dates did not affect the date of birth, but what it did was a significant reduction in the need to induce birth with medication. Half of the non-tuyere group had a birth rate of 30% in the group of seven lances a day.
And giving birth is a serious business. It can increase complications such as bleeding, sectioning, overstimulation of the uterus, and even uterine rupture. In addition to the complications, women who have had a triggered birth tend to feel less satisfied with their experiences at birth.
Therefore, the consumption of tuyere in advanced pregnancy is a safe supplement to consider, as it reduces the need for intervention in the birth process without any side effects on the mother and child.
The only thing missing is a double-secret investigation, not just randomized, and a placebo-controlled study, right? The women in the lance group obviously knew that they eat there and maybe there was some sort of placebo effect? T
he only double-secret study I could find about dates and birth, is in Arabic but one sample in English describes how women who enter the most active phase of childbirth, receive buyer or placebo syrup. That’s brilliant. It’s a hard place to get a placebo, but we could make some kind of placebo syrup, like molasses or something. Notice that when they say there honey syrup, this is not about honey and there syrup, but a syrup made from a variety called copper there, which are a kind that melts in your mouth, they are easy to make syrup.
And … normal birth development was clearly prevalent in the tuyere group, about 98% compared to less than 70%, in both placebo and control groups, and the birth duration was also shorter for the buyer group, as two hours shorter so your term perhaps you should pay your respects to the Best Food for Labor.
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