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Manatee's first baby of 2014 could be earliest born in Tampa Bay - Bradenton Herald

VBAC in the News - Wed, 01/01/2014 - 11:18pm

Bradenton Herald

Manatee's first baby of 2014 could be earliest born in Tampa Bay
Bradenton Herald
After all, she doesn't have to have the baby kick at her ribs from the womb anymore, she said. Fergerson ... Mothers who deliver vaginally stay for about 36 hours in the hospital, while cesarean delivery mothers stay for at least two and a half days ...

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Mothers Clamor to Seek Obstetric Advice - Anhui News

VBAC in the News - Wed, 01/01/2014 - 6:53pm

Mothers Clamor to Seek Obstetric Advice
Anhui News
Inquiries from women about having a second child soared soon after the country announced its amendment to the family planning policy in early November. To field the ... "If the mother had the C-section only because she was afraid of pain, then they are ...

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Manatee's first baby of 2014 could be earliest born in Tampa Bay - Bradenton Herald

VBAC in the News - Wed, 01/01/2014 - 5:21pm

Bradenton Herald

Manatee's first baby of 2014 could be earliest born in Tampa Bay
Bradenton Herald
After all, she doesn't have to have the baby kick at her ribs from the womb anymore, she said. Fergerson ... Mothers who deliver vaginally stay for about 36 hours in the hospital, while cesarean delivery mothers stay for at least two and a half days ...

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Mothers clamor to seek obstetric advice - Xinhua

VBAC in the News - Wed, 01/01/2014 - 2:44am

Mothers clamor to seek obstetric advice
Xinhua
1 (Xinhuanet) -- Inquiries from women about having a second child soared soon after the country announced its amendment to the family planning policy in early November. ... "If the mother had the C-section only because she was afraid of pain, then they ...

Hospital Implements Birthing Policy - Cibola County Beacon

VBAC in the News - Tue, 12/31/2013 - 10:07am

Hospital Implements Birthing Policy
Cibola County Beacon
“Still, even though inductions after 39 weeks are considered safe, it is prudent to wait for labor to start spontaneously and naturally, provided mom and baby are healthy and have not gone too far past the estimated due date.” A Cesarean section is a ...

Upcoming Praeclarus Press Webinar Describes Why Vaginal Birth After ... - PR Web (press release)

VBAC in the News - Mon, 12/30/2013 - 2:25am

Upcoming Praeclarus Press Webinar Describes Why Vaginal Birth After ...
PR Web (press release)
Many women and health care providers believe that it is dangerous to have a Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC). Jen Kamel presents an upcoming webinar, sponsored by Praeclarus Press, on the facts about VBACs and why this can be a safe option for ...

Vitamin K injection remains vital for newborns - The Providence Journal

VBAC in the News - Mon, 12/30/2013 - 12:00am

Vitamin K injection remains vital for newborns
The Providence Journal
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report last month about four babies in Nashville, Tenn., who hemorrhaged after their parents refused vitamin K injections at birth. The babies were diagnosed with life-threatening vitamin K ...

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