The influence of the moon in childbirth

The influence of the moon in childbirth

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Scientists insist again and again that the moon has no influence on the birth of a baby. And we women continue to think that yes, there are things that do not need to be tried. So even though science says one thing, popular belief continues to support the idea that the moon does play a role in triggering labor. Many midwives, in fact, subscribe to this popular belief and defend it with data that have been pointed out from their own experience.

They say that nails and hair should be cut on a waxing moon, and that you should never have surgery on a waning moon. They say that if you are about to give birth and the full moon is approaching, that day your child will be born. They say and say, and scientists deny, but in the end, the numbers win. Why do more bag breakages occur with tinted waters in a waning moon? Why are there more spontaneous births with a new moon? And why are there more cases of slow induced labor, the threat of premature labor and cesarean sections during the waxing and full moon phases?

That mysterious, dreamy and magnetic moon that attracts us so much, perhaps has the answers. The moon exerts a power of attraction on the Earth. It is the culprit that the tides exist. It governs the menstruation periods of the woman. Why shouldn't she have something to say at birth? If the moon moves the waters of the sea, will it not be able to do the same with the amniotic fluid?

Scientists claim that the moon has no power over the baby's amniotic fluid. However, the baby rests inside its mother as if surrounded by the invisible cloak of the moon. Without gravity, surrounded by darkness. Protected. As if he were floating in the middle of the universe, far from Earth.

Birth data from hundreds of midwives they attend daily reveals the following:

- What during new moon phase, they attend more quick and easy deliveries. The expulsive is short and everything flows naturally. They hardly have to intervene in the delivery.

- What during the waxing moon phase, they attend almost perfect deliveries. They comply with all phases of labor. The mother has time to live each moment of childbirth.

- What during the full moon phase more unexpected births occur, some prematurely. A woman's cervix is ​​not yet ready and deliveries tend to be slower and more complicated.

- What during the waning moon phase, there are fewer deliveries and they are very slow. Babies take longer to be born, the placenta takes longer to come out. Many end in caesarean section. Labor is even more complicated on the last day of the waning moon, one day before the new moon.

So, on the one hand the scientific data. On the other, the data of midwives. Let each woman draw her conclusions.

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