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umbilical cord question

 
rachel
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11/15/2011 08:15 AM
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umbilical cord question
i have a holistic midwife, water birth option, but for some reason i feel ill be giving bith at home ( because of breakdown of society).

am at the step of researching how to cut umbilical cord (not when) and know glp can give good links (besides from google) lol

thanks for any info provided

just saw video on u tube that its made to just detach in time

gotta do more research
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11/15/2011 08:21 AM
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Re: umbilical cord question
[link to www.writeaboutbirth.com]


[link to maryeaudet.hubpages.com]


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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11/15/2011 08:37 AM
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Re: umbilical cord question


thanks
Vision Thing

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11/15/2011 08:51 AM

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Re: umbilical cord question
Do you have that book "Spiritual Midwifery" by Ina May Gaskin:

[link to www.amazon.com]

If I ever needed a book on childbirth, that would be the first one I would get.

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11/15/2011 08:55 AM
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Re: umbilical cord question
Two clamps and one cut between them.
In a hospital that procedure runs about
$250 (FRN) lol
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11/15/2011 08:58 AM
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Re: umbilical cord question
Two clamps and one cut between them.
In a hospital that procedure runs about
$250 (FRN) lol
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I would very much read this thread.

Thread: Are Doctors Causing INFANT BRAIN DAMAGE by Clamping the Umbilical Cord Prematurely?

And who knows what they are using our new born children's blood for......scary

Love and peace
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11/15/2011 09:03 AM
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Re: umbilical cord question
Two clamps and one cut between them.
In a hospital that procedure runs about
$250 (FRN) lol
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4710911


I would very much read this thread.

Thread: Are Doctors Causing INFANT BRAIN DAMAGE by Clamping the Umbilical Cord Prematurely?

And who knows what they are using our new born children's blood for......scary

Love and peace
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I can believe that, make perfect sense.
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Re: umbilical cord question
Two clamps and one cut between them.
In a hospital that procedure runs about
$250 (FRN) lol
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4710911


I would very much read this thread.

Thread: Are Doctors Causing INFANT BRAIN DAMAGE by Clamping the Umbilical Cord Prematurely?

And who knows what they are using our new born children's blood for......scary

Love and peace
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I have always had an instinctive thought that the umbilical cord should be left to drop of naturally.

Love and peace
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11/15/2011 11:04 AM
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Re: umbilical cord question
Go to the Midwifery Today website at www.midwiferytoday.com
I'm pretty sure they have a search feature.
I read an article in one of their fairly current magazines about cutting
the umbilical cord with a candle. This is the cleanest way.

Of course they definitely advocate waiting until all blood transfer from
the placenta is over. But eventually you are going to want to cut the cord,
otherwise the baby is going to be attached to the placenta for way too long.

Lots of good information on that site about waterbirth, homebirth, etc. etc.
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Re: umbilical cord question
Go to the Midwifery Today website at www.midwiferytoday.com
I'm pretty sure they have a search feature.
I read an article in one of their fairly current magazines about cutting
the umbilical cord with a candle. This is the cleanest way.

Of course they definitely advocate waiting until all blood transfer from
the placenta is over. But eventually you are going to want to cut the cord,
otherwise the baby is going to be attached to the placenta for way too long.

Lots of good information on that site about waterbirth, homebirth, etc. etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2568397



actually, a lotus birth is when the placenta is left attached until it comes off on its own, generally 7-10 days. I had a home birth with only the assistance of my husband. we left the placenta attached and unclamped for about an hour, all pulsation had stopped. My niece followed me with an unassisted birth sometime later where she left placenta attached for several days. she removed it after walking with baby outside and vultures started circling overhead...lol

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