The process of a pregnancy and giving birth has a hugh influence on the development of the baby.
During this time certain problems may arise.
What can we understand under ‘problems during pregnancy and/or giving birth’?
- position of the baby during pregnancy and giving birth (stargazer, breech location)
- initiating the birth, pushing on the belly
- a very difficult birth or giving birth to soon
- problems with the umbilical cord
- medical interventionn during birth (ventouse, cesarean section, …)
These problems can cause specific complaints.
- preferred attitude– fe: always looking to the same side
- (hidden) reflux – difficult burp – often hiccup
- cramps – diarrhea – constipation
- frequently crying – cry baby
- difficulties with feeding, both breastfeeding as artificial food
- suction- and swallowing problems
- sleeping disorder – not wanting to lay on the back
- being restless – often being scared
- crossing over
- asymmetrie of the skull or face
Even without any specific complaints it is advisable to have a control treatment of the newborn, and this from about 6 weeks after birth.