Masculinisation Of Birthing Environment Could Delay Labour

The birth of a child is a memorable experience for all those dads that lugged through the process, managing not to faint. However, a top gynaecologist cautioned that the presence of the father during labour might in fact have a harming effect on the mom and child.

Michael Odent avers that presence of the hubby or partner in the birthing area raises the chances of a Caesarean section, consequent split in the marriage and also mental ailments. He also considers that it could even prolong and make the process of labour more agonizing as the woman is faced with distraction due to the father nervousness. He asserts that the child delivery would be more hassle-free when women were by themselves under the care of a silent, low-profile and qualified midwife.

Michael Odent who has been involved in child deliveries since five decades in houses and hospitals located in France, England and Africa maintains that child delivery is simpler in the absence of any other individuals around – particularly so any male figures like the partner or a male doctor.

Studies have revealed that there are more than ninety percent child deliveries in the United Kingdom wherein the male partner is present.

However, Dr. Odent asserts that male presence during delivery makes the mother overwrought leading to her producing adrenaline.

This slackens the production of the oxytocin hormone that is crucial for childbirth, thus leading to protracted labour.

Child birthThe French doctor who successfully operates the Primal Health Research childbirth charity in London states that as the mother fails to produce oxytocin, she cannot have effectual contractions due to the hormonal unbalance arising from the uncongenial environment due to the man being present.

He further avers that the sexual spark also tends to dwindle following birth and could lead to divorce. Few men also start ailing from a common unidentified male correspondent of the postnatal depression.

He would be outlining his debatable outlook at the annual conference of the Royal College of Midwives to be held in Manchester the following month.

However, critics state that his claims have inadequate proof to back them. Critics also point out that there are many men who are not anxious and there would be many women who would have even further nervousness in the absence of their mates. Women want their partners to be present as it is not home.

However, the most crucial aspect is that women need to feel secure, protected and supported through the birthing process and if she desires to have a woman’s presence, then that is fine.

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