If the birth is a problem, the doctor may prescribe the birth support with forceps to ensure the safety of the baby. However, this method also has many risks that can cause injury to the mother and baby.

Pregnant women want to have a smooth, natural baby. However, sometimes unexpected things happen in the delivery room that you can’t improvise. At this time, the birth support is equal to forceps forceps is the most commonly used method of birth support. But why is the doctor using forceps?
Forceps is a medical device that is configured as a clip, consisting of two pieces of metal joined together. The doctor will use this clip to fix on both sides of the baby’s head and pull the baby out of the vaginal tube.

The use of forceps will be done in the second stage of the delivery process – i.e., the “delivery” stage. At this stage, the extension time is usually only about 30 minutes, if longer, the baby could be in danger. Therefore, if there are abnormal signs, the doctor will prescribe birth support with forceps to speed up the delivery process.
Risks of supporting births with Forceps
Maternal risk: Severe vaginal laceration, which takes a long time to heal. In some cases, these injuries require surgical intervention. Travelling issues
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Risks for your baby :
She may have scratches, bumps on her head or face,which may take up to a few weeks to heal
Swollen or deformed head after birth. This disappears in 1-2 days after birth.
Tahanf nerve injury due to clamp pressure, which may cause temporary skin cracking.
Clamp-induced cuts and bleeding, although this rate is rare

While these risks are rare, you should still discuss them with your doctor. It’s important that you have an understanding of birth methods so you can make the best decisions for both mother and baby.