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My Baby, My C-Sections. Random Ramblings about Babies, Growing Up and Letting Go. by FamilyNature Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:04pm Photo by roujo via flickr. The baby of the family.  I never quite got that before now.  Sure, I know what it means, but I get it now in a way that I didn’t before.  That’s because we have a baby of the family. Our baby of the family is the youngest of four, the only girl.  She is our last biological child and there is no possibility of ... Read on »
Doctors Cut Right Arm of Baby During C-section Leading to Death by Jodi K. Posted Mon 25 Jan 2010 4:20pm   Doctors at Pannadhay Government Hospital in Udaipur cut off a newborn baby's hand during a caesarian operation, resulting in the death of the baby. District collector, Udaipur, Anant Kumar, has formed a four-member committee to look into the incident… Read on »
Caesarean section babies ... by John R. Posted Sun 27 May 2012 10:22am Caesarean section babies 'face double the risk of obesity' than those delivered naturally All this probably means is that middle class women are healthier and have less need of C-sections.  And fat is working class these days Babies born by caesarean section are at double the risk of becoming obese children as those delivered naturall ... Read on »
C-Section Babies May Not Have Same Beneficial Bacteria by Denise Reynolds RD LDN Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Jun 2010 10:23am A new study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds that babies born via cesarean section (C-section) have different bacteria on their skin, noses and mouths than those born vaginally which may have an effect on the development of immune-related troubles later in life. Read on »
C-Section Babies More Likely to Become Overweight by Medline Plus Posted Wed 12 Dec 2012 2:19pm Children born via cesarean section are slightly more likely than babies delivered vaginally to become heavy or obese, according to a new review of studies. Source: Reuters Health Related MedlinePlus Pages: Cesarean Section , Obesity in Children Read on »
Baby Development New England Journal of Medicine Study Finds Performing Caesarean Sections Increases Health Risks for Baby by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 5:11pm By Colleen Hurley, RD, Certified Kids Nutrition Specialist Delivering via caesarean section (c-section) has become increasingly popular over the recent few years. Some schools of thought find the increase in c-section deliveries may be indicitave of its overuse. For many women, a c-section may be the only alternative but a new study warns that whe ... Read on »
OB-GYN refused to perform a planned C-section,botched birth&detached baby's spine while trying to yank him from the birth canal! by Patty .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Oct 2012 11:00pm I came across this news headline earlier today, " Missouri couple sues doctors for separating baby’s head during grisly botched birth, and trying to cover it up " and thought, "Oh my God, how could this happen?" If this story is true, which I don't doubt, this is one of the most disturbing and heartbreaking stories I've e ... Read on »
Baby Development - UC Berkeley Studies Find Longer Maternity Leave results in Fewer C-Sections and Increased Breastfeeding by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 3:09pm By Colleen Hurley, RD, Certified Kids Nutrition Specialist Every working mom knows how difficult returning to work can be after just having a baby. Some mothers even take the few weeks before the baby is due off just to relax and prepare for the life changing little one soon to arrive. It appears maternity leave provides more than time to rest an ... Read on »
Division of Responsibility and Baby’s 1st Lentil Veggie Stew by SImply Pure Vegan + Baby Posted Thu 17 Mar 2011 7:20am Good morning and Happy St. Patty's Day!! I was recently reading this book on baby recipes (go figure eh? Haha) and there were some stats on what the average toddler eats, I almost fell off my bike while I was reading (I will sometimes double my cardio w reading) so I had to look up the study for myself so here it is… Feeding infant ... Read on »
Why I Chose an Elective C-Section by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 4:26am This time it�s going to be different! I won�t have as much trouble with pain or a prolonged process. I have an appointment scheduled, so I�ll be fully prepared. Above all, I hope to avoid incontinence and prolapse problems later in my life. I�ve elected to have my baby by caesarean section. Before the procedure: This is my personal choice a ... Read on »