In addition to the above factors, the physical condition of a woman affects childbirth. The condition of the muscles of the pelvis, pelvic floor - how well they are stretched, whether they have good tone, the absence of both hyper- and hypotonia. Those who practice yoga or horseback riding go through childbirth at less cost, at least fewer breaks, which makes sense. This applies to the muscles of the abdomen, lower back - their tone also affects the process.
The level of pain threshold and the ability to adapt to severe pain also have an impact. I am talking here about psycho-emotional stability. Not everyone has this ability, and this is what is taught in courses for pregnant women.
There are studies on what influences the experience of childbirth for women who say: "I liked giving birth, it was not bad." She is more or less satisfied.
These are very simple four factors.
The first is the woman's personal expectations, the second is continuous support in childbirth, the third is the quality of the relationship with the staff: how desirable she was in this place How she was a woman who is now giving birth to a child, and not just a body from which you need to get the fetus and afterbirth. The fourth factor is how much she could participate in making decisions about what is happening: it is about how much she was given the opportunity to be in dialogue with the doctor. Did she have time to breathe out and feel what the next best step would be, was she able to get enough information to make decisions about what the benefits would be, what the side effects would be, what the alternatives were, and what would happen if she waited 10 minutes, hour, day depending on the situation.