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कसं आहे 'वॉटर बर्थ टेक्निक'? स्वतः अनुभवलेल्या कल्कीने सांगितला घटनाक्रम (Photo)

Last Updated: Feb 14 2020 5:36PM

नवी दिल्ली : पुढारी ऑनलाईन 

कल्कि कोचलिनने एका नन्ही परीला जन्म दिला आहे. तिने आपल्या छकुलीचे नाव सैफो असे ठेवले आहे. आता कल्किने आपल्या बाळाचे फोटो शेअर करून आपल्या हेल्परचे आभार मानले आहेत. त्या हेल्परने कल्किच्या बाळाच्या जन्मावेळी खूप मदत केली होती. 

सोशल मीडियावर आपली हेल्पर आणि त्यांच्या टीमचे आभार मानत कल्किने एक इमोशनल पोस्ट केली. या पोस्टमध्ये कल्किने सांगितले की, तिने कशाप्रकारे वॉटर बर्थच्या माध्यमातून आपल्या बाळाला जन्म देण्याचा निर्णय घेतला. त्याचबरोबर तिने सांगितले की, अन्य महिलांना तिने कशा प्रकारे मदत केली.

कल्किचा इमोशनल मॅसेज

एक फोटो शेअर करत कल्किने लिहिले, 'दाई (Doula). मी शब्दांमध्ये व्यक्त करू शकत नाही की, बाळाला जन्म देणं कसं असतं...आणि या शब्दाबद्दल (दाई) मी काही सांगू शकेन, असं मला वाटतं. हा शब्द एक प्राचीन ग्रीक शब्द आहे, याचा अर्थ आहे एक महिलेची सहाय्यक. हे आता एक महिलांचे सपोर्ट सिस्टिम बनले आहे, जी प्रेग्नेंसी, लेबर आणि बाळाच्या जन्मानंतर महिलेची मदत करते. मला एका दाईच्या कामाविषयी तेव्हा समजलं, जेव्हा मी स्वत: प्रेग्नेंट झाले नव्हते.'

कल्कि म्हणते, 'तुम्ही किती शिका, तयारी करा किंवा डॉक्टरला विचारा, बाळाला जन्म देताना समोर येणाऱ्या अडचणी केवळ स्वत: ला येणाऱ्या अनुभवाववरूनच जाणीव होऊ शकते. एक दाई मसाज करते, ब्रीदिंग टेक्निक सांगते आणि लेबरसाठी एक्सरसाईजदेखील सांगते. त्याशिवाय, ती तुम्हाला हॉस्पिटलसाठी बर्थ प्लॅन, बाळासोबतची पहिली बॉन्डिंग, ब्रेस्ट फीडिंग आणि अनेक महत्त्वाच्या गोष्टी सांगते...'

वॉटर बर्थचा शेअर केला फोटो 

कल्कि म्हणाली, 'या फोटोमध्ये मी माझ्या दाईसोबत लेबरच्या त्या पातळीवर आहे, जेव्हा तुम्ही बेबीला पुश करण्यासाठी तयार आहात. माझ्यासाठी आतापर्यंतचं सर्वात अवघड काम होतं. सनम (दाई) यांचे मजबूत हात आणि आवाजाशिवाय हे मी कदाचित सहन करू शकले नसते.'

सैफोचा जन्म ७ फेब्रुवारी २०२० रोजी झाला होता. 

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Doula. I can't experience childbirth and not talk about this word. The word comes from the ancient Greeks and meant 'a woman's maid', it is now a support system of women for women during the process of pregnancy, labour and post partem care. I didnt know about the function of a doula myself until I got pregnant. No matter how much you read up, prepare or ask your doctor, there are challenges in childbirth that one can only know from experience and practice. A doula provides massages, breathing techniques and excercises during active labour, other support like hypnobirthing, a birth plan for the hospital, your first bonding with your baby, breastfeeding and so many other essentials which believe me, when you're a first time mum, feel like your first day at a new school all over again! In this photo I'm with my doula @newbeginningzz in the 'transitional' phase of labour, when you are almost ready to push the baby out and contractions are at their peak. For me it was by far the hardest part (so it's quite appropriate that the picture is a blur), and without Sanam's strong hands and steady voice guiding me through the breathing I'm not sure I would've been able to bear it. I've also had unbelievable support from @reba_beingalive a doula from @birthvillageindia who's constantly checking on me and making sure I'm not alone through all this. #sisterhood #doula #hypnobirthing #waterbirth #womenforwomen #pregnancy

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Love and hate. Seems to be everywhere these days. A world wide debate. But I don't need to look far to find it. I see this cycle of love and hate in my own family. We curse eachother and scream and shout and break things, until we ourselves break. Then we cry, feel the guilt and look down at our feet. We hug gingerly, love reluctantly and forget quickly until it is repeated again. Love and hate. A habit. Like two magnets, in constant repulsion. Perhaps the opposite of hate is not love, but understanding. And the opposite of love is not hate, but neglect. There are so many uncomfortable extremes that make us feel we must react at once and put a stop to it - slam the door, walk away, shout your way to the other person's silence, unleash unthinkable acts of violence. But living with discomfort all the time, as I do now, because it is inside me and I cannot escape it, I have to be patient. My body demands it, my mind shuts down, my heart can only beat. If I erupt, it is inward and I alone feel the heat. I feel small, very small, from the sheer mystery and unfamiliarity of the grand workings taking over inside me. And so, eventually, I'm reduced to baby steps, forced to listen and respond, to note down and break years of habit in this moment. Today the cycle will not repeat. Today I will plant a seed, allowing my intentions to grow into another being - another me, but more conscious, more careful . I feel as if this creature, which began as a virus of discomfort inside me, slowly threatening my independence, stalling my capacity to create, or to think for myself, and eating into my daily routine, is now firmly a mirror of my own insecurities, a counter to my fears, a soul that can evolve and grow more rapidly than I have in all my years. So perhaps the opposite of destruction is not creation, but simply balance. And the opposite of creation is not destruction, but constant distraction. So I sit and wait. Write and read. Try to keep my balance. And breathe. Because that's all I can get right sometimes. #notesfromapregnantdiary #9monthseries Photo @yashyeri Assisted by @vaibhav_dabholkar_ Style @divyabal HMU @angelinajoseph Dress @_naushadali_

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