birth without injuries

(How To Give Birth Naturally Without Episiotomy or Vaginal Tear)

Revealing Two Most Important Things You Must Do Back Home And Other Two To Do At Your Next And Last Visit To The Hospital And You’ll Be So Sure To Push Out Your Baby Easily Without Cuts, Tear Or Episiotomy

NOT LESS THAN 58,000 NIGERIAN PREGNANT WOMEN LOSE THEIR LIVES YEARLY TO CHILDBIRTH AND PREGNANCY RELATED CAUSES

Are you pregnant, about to conceive or of child bearing age?

Then you need to know these important facts to better prepare against unfortunate times during delivery.

In Nigeria, chances are quite high that a woman will have a tear or get an episiotomy whether or not it’s her first childbirth, and whether or not she has had it previously.

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100% Natural Technique to practice from the comfort of your home, and being a combined approach makes it super effective than any other approach ever known for you to deliver safely without any Viginal Injuries or Episiotomy or even Cesarean Secion.

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3 REASONS GIVING BIRTH IN NIGERIA IS RISKY

 

#1. SHORTAGE OF WORKERS

 

With a few hands on ground and a long queue of pregnant women waiting to be attended to, the available nurses and midwives have to do whatever is convenient to still meet up.

 

 

Thus, giving you an episiotomy with a sharp blade would be an easier option for them while you bear the damages.

 

 

#2. LACK OF SPACE FACILITY

 

In most maternity centres where space is lacking the nurses and midwives are also left with no better option than that which saves time and space, so they can quickly discharge you to attend to others.

 

As a result, they don’t exercise the patience to see you deliver naturally and safely.

And even after giving the episiotomy, most of the times, there are no materials readily on ground to repair the wound. Worse also is that the right person to do the suturing may not even be available. That further exposes the woman to more danger of infection and other complications.

 

 

#3. LACK OF EQUIPMENT

 

This is another big issue – either that the equipment is not available or that the available one is not functional. Why on earth will a hospital know they aren’t ready, yet they are admitting patients – to waste two lives (mother and child).

 

 

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