Normal vaginal delivery (NVD) is a natural childbirth process where a baby is born through the vaginal canal. During NVD, the baby typically moves through the birth canal headfirst, following a series of contractions and pushing efforts by the mother. This is considered the most common and uncomplicated method of childbirth, often resulting in a quicker recovery for the mother compared to cesarean section (C-section) deliveries. NVD is usually recommended when there are no significant medical reasons for a surgical delivery, promoting a smoother transition for both mother and baby.