ChildBirth Video

Expecting a baby? These child birth videos are a good opportunity to learn what to wait for during your delivery. Getting prepared and being aware of what happens is an essential part of a safe delivery. There are both animated and natural childbirth videos, including normal vaginal childbirth, homebirth in the water and Cesarean Section (C-section).

Childbirth Video 3D

Childbirth 3D Video

3D Animation Child Birth Video

A wonderful 3D animated presentation showing how a baby makes his or her first way through the mother’s birth canal into the world. We can clearly see the baby’s position in all stages of the delivery.

Hospital Childbirth

Hospital Childbirth

Hospital childbirth video In America
2’05’’ Child birth video film with a good demonstration of American obstetricians’ work.

Homebirth Video

Homebirth Video

Homebirth Video

5’54’’ German video of a natural child birth that took place at home. Squatting position with a birthing stool for labor.

Natural Water Birth

Natural Water Child Birth

Natural Water Childbirth Video

A 18 year old girl shares her water child birth experience. The labor took place 26 hours. On a 4’58’’ video we can see the last stage of the delivery.

Unassisted Childbirth

Unassisted Childbirth

Unassisted Natural Water Homebirth

3D Medical Animation Cesarean Birth (C-section)

3D C-section

Cesarean Section (C-Section)

This 3D medical animation shows the common indications for a cesarean delivery, including dystocia, placenta previa, fetal distress and multiple births. A cesarean section (c-section) surgery to deliver a baby in frank breech (feet first) position is also shown. During the procedure, the surgeon (usually an obstetrician/gynecologist, i.e. ob/gyn) makes an incision in the abdominal wall and uterus in order to deliver the baby. The animation also includes information on what to expect before and after the surgery.

Cesarean section

Cesarean section

C-section at Mangiagalli hospital

6700 babies were delivered in Milano hospital in 2007. 40% of them were delivered with the help of Cesarean section. Such a high rate of C-sections is explained by a considerable number of pathological pregnancies. Warning: this child birth video contains details of surgical intervention, which is not for the faint-hearted.