Giving birth is a natural and often intense process that involves the delivery of a baby from the mother's uterus through the birth canal. It can happen through vaginal delivery or cesarean section (C-section) surgery, depending on various factors such as the mother's health, the baby's position, and any complications that may arise. During labor, the mother's cervix gradually opens up (dilates) to allow the baby to pass through.
Contractions may become more frequent and intense, and the mother may feel pressure and pain in her lower back and abdomen. Medical professionals such as obstetricians, midwives, and nurses may monitor the mother's vital signs and provide pain management options such as epidurals or other medications.