Normal Delivery Tips: How to Get Normal Baby Delivery in Pregnancy

Question: Can you give me natural tips to deliver baby naturally without cesarean?
Answer: As the pregnancy approaches to its full term, many thoughts arise in a woman’s mind; one of them is whether her pregnancy will be normal or a cesarean.

Tips To Induce Normal Delivery of Baby in Pregnancy

  • Walking is a good exercise if the contractions have started, walking will make the hips to swing sideways and help the baby to bring in proper position during birth. The muscles and the ligaments will also get toned and facilitate easy parturition.
    Standing will make gravitational pull towards baby and pull the baby lower in the pelvis.
  • Eating spicy food helps to deliver normally, as claimed by many women. However precautions have to be taken that lot of spices can cause gastric derangement.
  • Mangoes, papaya and pineapple contain bromelain an enzyme, known to soften the cervix and thus help to facilitate normal delivery at the time of labor. And thus this fruits act as labor stimulant. Fresh fruits are advisable as canned foods will destroy bromelain while it is processed during canning.
  • If nothing works at home than talk to your doctor and take his advice.

In certain cases doctor will opt for cesarean section as in case of baby in breech presentation.


  1. rr said:

    How can I avoid the last minute fetal distress and the breech presentation? What are the “other unavoidable circumstances” and how can I get relief from these circumstances so I will certainly get normal delivery?

    October 26, 2010
  2. P V said:

    I am carrying now of 4th month, I am following diet as

    Morning: milk, then eating fruits
    Lunch: as usually

    But this month I have gone for monthly check up, as my weight is same as 3rd month. (60kgs), is there any problem regarding this? Still I am facing some vomiting but rarely, can you please me advice regarding this?

    January 28, 2011
    • BH said:

      It is not mandatory for a mom-to-be to put on weight before her 6th month. By the end of the 4th month your baby should weigh a minimum of 280 gms. Apart from that it is ok to have a constant weight. Some people have nausea and vomiting till their delivery, so do not worry about that either but if it is too uncomfortable try taking half table-spoon of honey as soon as you wake up.

      February 25, 2011
  3. KA said:

    What was your weight before pregnancy? Make sure that your BP and Sugar is Normal and eat healthy foods like Dry Fruits, Green Vegetables, Fresh Drinks like orange and Papaya. Growth of baby starts from 5th month so eat healthy foods and also take fish once a week.

    February 23, 2011
  4. FH said:

    Can you suggest which exercises are useful to perform after 7th month for a normal delivery? Also suggest some yoga exercises. Is it true, if a pregnant lady eats cheese with milk in 7th and 8th months, chances of normal delivery are greater?

    May 9, 2012
  5. PS said:

    I am into my 6 month of pregnancy and I came to know that a pregnant lady can have papaya as bromelain enzyme present in it, relaxes the cervix. I have also read that many women avoid papaya during pregnancy as it is hot. Should I eat papaya daily or not? Also how much I should walk daily so that I can have normal delivery. I am expecting my second baby and my first baby girl was normally delivered. I am really very scared to have caesarean baby.

    June 15, 2012
  6. PR said:

    I’m 6months pregnant with too much of vomiting and headache. Is there any problem for the baby? I am really very scared to have caesarean baby.

    October 16, 2012
    • PUP said:

      Peppermint is beneficial to soothe the stomach. Keep a small piece of ice in your mouth, or chew a small ice cube. Green tea, fresh ginger tea is beneficial in controlling vomiting related to pregnancy. Sip small quantity of water or fruit juice frequently for re-hydration. If you do not find any relief, consult your doctor.

      October 16, 2012
  7. SW said:

    I am 6 months pregnant and having twins. I am scared with my normal delivery. This is my 2nd pregnancy. My first delivery was normal. What type of foods and which things should I do to deliver normally?

    November 16, 2013
    • PUP said:

      There is nothing special that you can do. Eat a well balanced diet which contains all essential nutrients. Do mild exercise. Walking for 20 to 30 minutes daily may help. This will tone the muscles. Many women deliver normally without cesarean section.

      November 18, 2013

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