Woman who gave birth in 30 minutes without pain meds and pushed just once reveals natural remedies she used

A woman reports that by using specific preparatory tactics, she was able to have a speedy and painless labor.

Using only one push before giving birth, the TikTok user Nev described how she gave birth in under 30 minutes without any pain relief.

The Miami mother claimed that she exercised and used numerous natural remedies to “prepare/soften your cervix.”

When my mother originally wrote: “I advise all the expectant women I know who want to give birth naturally and without assistance to eat pineapples, dates, drink red raspberry leaf tea, and exercise a lot.

“I tried this and only spent 30 minutes in labor; I delivered my baby with just one push and didn’t tear at all. An hour later, I was walking.

She added: “My first baby at that, I pushed her out so fast and said ‘that wasn’t even that bad’.”

In another video the mum, who named her daughter Nevani, wrote: “I feel so damn powerful. I just had my first baby completely natural with no epidural or pain meds. In 30 minutes, it took one push and I didn’t rip at all.”

While some viewers agreed with her and said it worked for them, others said they tried it and it didn’t work for them.

One mum wrote: “Did all this, perineal stretches and still ended up labouring for 22 hours, pushing for 4 and having a fourth degree tear. Every woman is different.”

Dr. Hana Patel, GP specialist in fertility and women’s health and Mindset Coach told The Mirror: “There are some slivers of truth in that video, regarding the individual things that are referred to in the video – pineapple, dates and red raspberry leaf tea are eaten and drunk by women at different stages of conception, and through the pregnancy.”

“Based on research evidence that is usually not found to be the most effective, so that is why doctors in the NHS do not recommend these things, but they tend to be food and drink that women have tried anecdotally and may have helped,” she added.

Dr Patel said: “Pineapple is a safe, healthy choice during pregnancy. Someone might have told you to avoid this fruit because it may cause early miscarriage or bring on labour. However, this is just a myth. There’s no scientific evidence to support that pineapple is dangerous during pregnancy.

“Dates fruits may soften the cervix and get the body ready for labour. date fruit also contains necessary and unnecessary fatty acids that can produce prostaglandins playing an important role in cervix ripening, acceleration of delivery progress, increase of uterine contractions, and inducing labour.

“Some complementary therapists also believe it helps to soften the cervix ready for labour, although there’s no firm evidence for this. More research is needed to say for sure that raspberry leaf tea works.”

She advised always speaking to your GP before adding anything to your diet just to make sure there’s no harm to the baby.

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