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¿Qué es la fase 1 del parto?

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MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Durante un parto vaginal, la primera etapa del trabajo de parto dura de 12 a 19 horas, y se inicia cuando su bebé se mueve hacia su pelvis y se coloca ahí. Como respuesta, el cuello uterino se empieza a borrar o volverse más delgado y dilatar o ensanchar. Durante este proceso, usted puede sentir contracciones fuertes y regulares que ocurren cada 5 a 20 minutos, además de dolor lumbar y cólicos que no desparecen. Es posible que vea un flujo mucoso amarronado o rojizo. El cual puede ser el tapón mucoso que se desprende de la abertura de su cuello uterino. Su saco amniótico puede romperse el cual puede ser un abundante chorro de agua o un goteo continuo. Si experimenta alguno de estos síntomas, comuníquese con su médico o partera para saber si debe ir al hospital.

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