Video For Baby Delivery

Watch one mom give birth without pain medication, with help from her midwife and husband.

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How To Say Baby Delivery

giving birth

  • accouchement.
  • bearing.
  • childbearing.
  • childbirth.
  • delivery.
  • labor.
  • lying-in.
  • parturition.

Words of encouragement can make a meaningful difference for a woman in labor. Childbirth is hard, both physically and emotionally, and many women have to dig deep to find the necessary strength. What you say to your partner or loved one in the labor and delivery room can go a long way toward helping her cope.

Comfort in labor comes in many forms, though most of the time we tend to think about physical comfort measures and pain-relieving medications. A very easy way for nearly anyone to help comfort a laboring woman is to talk to her.

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10 Things to Say During Labor

Kind words really help and work whether your loved one is having an unmedicated birth or a birth with an epidural. Words and how they are said can make a huge difference in how she remembers her experience of labor and birth.

Hang in There!

This phrase provides a note of support without a lot of pressure. It is a very generic phrase but can get you out of a bind if you’re not sure what else to say. Be careful not to overuse this phrase, however, as it may backfire.

 The Average Length of Labor and Delivery

You’re Doing a Great Job

She may not believe you, even if it’s true. Her experience of what is going on in labor feels much different than what you’re seeing. This means she may feel out of control while she looks calm and collected. Try reminding her of what she’s doing and why this can be beneficial.

I Love You

This seems pretty obvious, but sometimes the show of emotional vulnerability from her partner means so much more at this time. Remember to tell her this often. Doulas often remind the families of their clients to tell the laboring person this as labor progresses. Some partners report feeling an overwhelming sense of love as they watch labor progress. 

Think of the Baby

For a mother who wants to be reminded of the baby in labor, which is easier than you think to forget about, this can be helpful. You might also use a similar phrase agreed upon in labor.

You can also encourage her to picture the baby if that’s acceptable to her. It’s a great way to work in visualization for comfort as well. You can simply ask her about specific things that may matter to her or things of general relevance. An example would be asking: Do you think that this baby will have a lot of hair?

 The Physical Characteristics of a Newborn Baby

You’re Going to Be a Great Mother

Sometimes laboring women have fears, including what kind of a mother they will be. If she’s concerned about this, be sure to ask ahead of time to find out what her specific fear is and use an affirmation to help ease that fear. An example might be worrying that she won’t know what to do: You and your baby will work together to learn what each other needs.

Awesome!

This is a nice quick word to whisper in her ear when she’s got very low concentration levels. You can use almost any single word with a similar meaning. Think: great, good, wow… Use whatever word feels right at the time. This is great for the transition part of labor when the contractions are coming quickly and her attention is waning.

Keep Going

A nod of approval during a long labor, as in “I know you’re tired, but you’re doing great, so keep going…” You may also consider saying something active, like: “You’ve got this…” or “You’re ______!” Insert whatever adjective that is appropriate for a bit longer of a phrase. This is obviously personalized to the laboring person at that moment.

I’m Here for You

You’re not leaving her side, so be sure she knows that. Sometimes you may be physically slightly separated by a birth tub or medical personnel, let your voice be a reminder to her that you’re still there for her. There are also various ways to say this including, “I’m not going anywhere” and I’m right here.”

Just a Bit More

Use this one only if you’re reasonably sure that it’s true. Otherwise, you lose your credibility. Ask a nearby professional for some help and know they are guessing too. While there are some times that you can be reasonably sure that the baby is about to be born, it’s a guessing game.

A word of caution: Don’t look back on how far you’ve come. That may feel overwhelming to someone in labor. Just a sneak peek of what’s ahead: Tonight you’re going to be snuggling your new baby!

You Are Doing It!

This can be a great encouragement when she’s pushing. It can really convey power and excitement. You can also help her see the baby via a mirror, or touch the baby’s head as it emerges if she wants. This can help her understand what you’re seeing versus what she’s feeling in labor.

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