Presentation on theme: "Conception to Birth. Do Now 1)What is the lining of the uterus wall? 2)What is the tube that transports the ova (egg) to the uterus? 3)What is the process."— Presentation transcript:
Do Now 1)What is the lining of the uterus wall? 2)What is the tube that transports the ova (egg) to the uterus? 3)What is the process of releasing a mature egg each month? 4)What is the opening of the vagina into the uterus (dilates during childbirth)? 5)What are the fingerlike projections that sweep the egg into the fallopian tubes?
Conception to Birth in 4 minutes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=- jlPdMKPyZY&safe=activehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=- jlPdMKPyZY&safe=active
FERTILIZATION: Union of a male sperm and female ovum Takes place in the fallopian tube ZYGOTE—The cell formed at conception
1 st Stage Mucus Plug—Mucus is discharged and may be clear, pink, or slightly bloody Effacement—Cervix prepares for delivery by softening & becoming thinner Dilation—Cervix begins to dilate or widen
Water breaking—Amniotic sac breaks and the fluid leaks out through the vagina Transition—Cervix begins to dilate more rapidly and contractions are longer, stronger, and closer together High hormone levels, you begin pushing Usually the shortest part of labor, lasting 15 minutes to half an hour on average.
Crowning—The widest part of the babies head passes out of the vagina Baby passes through the birth canal and cries to clear lungs of amniotic fluid 2nd Stage:
Episiotomy— Incision to enlarge the vagina and assist in childbirth Epidural– Anesthesia injected into the spinal space to cause loss of pain and sensation
3 rd Stage Afterbirth—Placenta is pushed from the mother’s body and umbilical cord is cut
Cesarean Birth Surgical incision through abdominal wall and uterus C-sections may be needed if: –Baby is not positioned correctly –Baby won’t descend into birth canal –Pelvic structure is too small –Mother may have diseases like herpes or scar tissue
Postpartum Depression Postpartum Period— Time from when the baby is born until first period –Emotional—Thrilled and excited, overwhelmed, weepy, feeling “beat up”, some depression –Physical—Feeling faint, shivers & shakes, uterus contracts, bleeding and vaginal discharge, leaking urine, constipation, profuse sweating