Concerned about vaginal tearing during childbirth? So was I and many women as they prepare to deliver their babies. Preventing perineal lacerations is possible, or at least the more severe, 3rd degree and 4th-degree lacerations. In this video, I’m going to talk about different tips on how to prevent perineal tears during childbirth.
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About this video: Vaginal tears, also called perineal lacerations, can be a cause for a lot of anxiety for women in their 3rd trimester. So in this video, I will go over a little anatomy, so you can understand where a perineal laceration is. I will also discuss the difference between a 1st degree tear, a 2nd degree tear, a 3rd degree tear and a 4th degree tear. There are some things you can do to prevent a perineal tear. You can start with perineal massages in the middle of your 3rd trimester. This has been shown to help prevent perineal lacerations. I will also discuss when you need vaginal stitches after birth.
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