By Grantly Dick-Read
Groundbreaking vintage of traditional childbirth, which began the revolution nonetheless occurring at the present time. important studying for ladies, pregnant girls, moms, midwives, obstetricians.
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You will often find that in their untrained and undifferentiated affection life holes some joys too deep and too unfathomable for them to understand. This irresistible, nebulous urge to love is so mysterious that my daughter when fifteen years of age wrote to me from school: ‘I wish you could explain to me why I feel as I do this term; it has never been like it before. I am so deliriously happy. There is no reason that I know of, but I am fond of everybody. ’ And so with every girl in varying degrees this power which will rule their lives begins to develop at an early age, until in due course they find themselves in love, and here the hotchpotch of their emotional life becomes concentrated, with all its thrills, its joys and its anxieties, upon one semi-divine individual.
The male child is born with testicles which, before birth, have moved down from the abdomen to the scrotum. In the vast ramification of minute tubules which form these organs there are the mother cells which produce spermatozoa, and there are also the cells of Sertoli which nurse and, it is believed, feed the developing sperms, which do not become active until puberty. It is estimated that each testicle has over one mile of spermproducing tubules from the walls of which a healthy man may produce at each ejaculation over two hundred million spermatozoa.
27 CHAPTER 3 A PHILOSOPHY OF CHILDBIRTH I have often wondered if a woman in Whitechapel whose name I have long since forgotten has ever realised the far-reaching influence of a casual remark she made to me. For some reason or other the whole picture made an indelible impression upon my mind, although at the time I had no idea that it was the seed that would eventually alter the course of my life. I had ploughed through mud and rain on my bicycle between two and three in the morning down Whitechapel Road, turned right and left, and innumerable rights and lefts before I came to a low hovel by the railway arches.