Try our perineal massage guide to help prevent tearing or an episiotomy during childbirth.
Do Perineal Massage
How to Do Perineal Massage Perineal massage involves gently kneading the perineum (the delicate area located between the anus and the vagina. This practice is most often undertaken during the final weeks of pregnancy in order to alleviate tears to the perineal during childbirth. Sometimes, regular perineal massage can eliminate the need for an episiotomy (making a small cut in the perineum to facilitate the baby’s head.)
Any mama-to-be that has seen Baby Mama will get a chuckle out of the entire idea of perineal massage oil ($41). Used to prevent the need for an episiotomy and to reduce tearing, begin massaging in the oil in the weeks before the due date. Though spraying Pam is not recommended, many midwives and labor coaches suggest using olive oil for the same result.
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How to prepare your perineum, prevent tearing/episiotomy, and have an easier Labor.