5.3.4 Delivery of the shoulders
After the baby’s head is born and he or she turns to face the mother’s leg, wait for the next contraction. Ask the mother to give a gentle push as soon as she feels the contraction. Usually, the baby’s shoulders will slip right out. To prevent tearing, try to bring out one shoulder at a time (Figure 5.10).
Do not bend the baby’s head far. Guide the head — do not pull it.!