Every labor is unique, even if the mother is the same. Labor is a natural part of the birthing process, in which there are three main stages each woman has to go through. Some labors come and go within hours, while others take more or less time.
The process of having a baby occurs in several stages over many hours or even a few days—from early labor through delivering the baby and the placenta. No two deliveries are identical and there is no way to predict how your delivery is going to go.
The process of giving birth is broken down into three main stages: labor, birth, and delivering the placenta. This is how a typical vaginal birth happens, although lots of other factors can influence each mom's particular experience.
Within these three main stages there can also be other recognizable phases. These phases usually relate to the intensity of the labor and may become apparent when the woman displays certain emotional and physical signs as her labor progresses.
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