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Phases of birth – What happens during birth?

Now something is underway which you can no longer control. Your body manages everything alone – fascinating! You can support your body by letting in the pain and going with it – always keeping in mind that each contraction is bringing the birth closer and thus also the moment when can hold your child in your arms.

The birth process can be divided in to four phases:


During the dilation phase, the uterine wall pulls the cervix upwards, thereby shortening it until it disappears completely. ...


As the name suggest, the transition phase takes place between the dilation and expulsion phases and is the most difficult part of the birth process. ...


As soon as the cervix is completely dilated and the baby’s head has already descended far into the pelvis, the expulsion phase begins. ...


Your child is born! The umbilical cord is cut (perhaps by the father?) and the baby is laid on your chest. ...