What do you mean by the third stage of labour?

The third stage of labour is the time after you have given birth to your baby and during which you deliver the placenta and clamp the umbilical cord. After your baby has been born the placenta, which has sustained your baby throughout pregnancy, is no longer needed; you need to push it out along with the remaining part of the umbilical cord that runs between the placenta and your baby.


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