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NU MAI TAIATI CORDONUL OMBILICAL IN PRIMELE SECUNDE DE VIATA!!!
Este o practica gresita care fura copilului 1/3 din sangele lui de drept (adica aprox150 ml de sange care se afla inca in placenta)
Ii fura celulele stem, il lasa cu anemie feripriva cel putin in primul an si jumatate de viata, iar greutatea lui va fi cu pana la 150g mai mica…ce mai…riscati sa-l deprivati chiar si de dreptul sau la viata!
SPECIAL PENTRU CADRELE MEDICALE INTERESATE SA APLICE ACEASTA PROCEDURA ATAT DE BENEFICA PENTRU NOU NASCUTI, PROCEDURA CARE NU COSTA BANI, CI DOAR UN PIC DE RABDARE SI O INTELEGERE MAI PROFUNDA A ASPECTELOR MAI PROFUNDE ALE NASTERII.
La sfarsit aveti si studiile din 2017-2019 care sustin spusele mele. Sunt studii clinice de ultima ora, devansate clar de cele efectuate pana in 2005.
Cititi mai jos povestea unei mamici care si-a nascut gemenii la 25 de saptamani, dintr-o intamplare acasa, insa a lasat cordonul atasat la ambii copii, pana a ajuns la spital.
Acolo medicii au recunoscut ca fetitele nascute prematur, adica la 25 de saptamani, nu ar fi avut nicio sansa de supravietuire daca cei de la ambulanta ar fi taiat cordonul, asa cum erau obisnuiti in practica lor.
Norocul ca mama lor mai nascuse, stia despre asta si a insistat sa nu se clampeze cordonul gemenilor. Acestia au fost transportati “legati” fiind inca de placenta, impreuna cu mamica lor direct la spital unde au fost preluati si ajutati de personalul medical.
Deci nu va mai lasati pacaliti de cei care vor sa clampeze imediat dupa nastere cordonul copilului vostru, ci opriti-i si aveti rabdare ca acesta sa nu mai pulseze, si asta inseamna cel putin 20-25 de minute.
Mai multe aflati urmarind video-urile acestea:
UN PIC DE ANATOMIE A NOU NASCUTULUI:
Cordonul ombilical se lasa atasat de nounascut pana ce se transfera tot sangele din placenta in corpul bebelusului, iar asta se intampla in aprox 25-35 minute dupa nasterea copilului, cand placenta isi incheie de fapt rolul de sustinator al vietii din perioada intrauterina.
Cum poti sa-ti dai seama de acest lucru?
Presand efectiv cu doua degete cordonul ombilical, iar daca acesta mai pulseaza, inseamna ca inca nu s-a incheiat transferul de sange placentar si mai astepti. Poti linistita sa apesi tare, ca circulatia sangvina nu se opreste, iar cele 2 artere si vena nu se vor strangula, ptr ca intre ele exista un gel care face acest lucru imposibil.
In tot acest timp nou nascutul sta la pieptul mamei si se bucura de clipele atat de linistitoare de „piele pe piele” cu mama.
Tot atunci se initiaza alaptarea, in primele 30 de minute dupa nastere, pentru ca asa este normal si sanatos. Prin punerea la san a copilului, corpul mamei va reporni contractiile, care de data aceasta vor naste placenta, dupa ce aceasta se desprinde de fundul uterin, aproximativ la 30-40minute dupa nasterea copilului.
De aceea si cordonul ombilical nu are decat 50-60cm, ptr ca bebelusul nu trebuie despartit de mama, consultatia neonatologica putand fi efectuata si in bratele ei. Asa este firesc si asa ar trebui sa se intample in fiecare maternitate.
Daca cordonul ombilical este taiat mai repede, adica imediat dupa nasterea bebelusului, copilul sufera de anemie feripriva, pentru ca de fapt este privat de o cantitate pana la 150ml de sange din sangele lui de drept, care circula pe tot timpul sarcinii intre placenta si el.
Dupa nasterea copilului, aceasta circulatie dinspre placenta inspre nou nascut acum, se opreste in momentul in care placenta se goleste de sange, asta dupa aproximativ 20-25 de minute. Si inca un aspect foarte important: sangele placentar nu este sangele mamei, ci al bebelusului.
Ca sa nu se mai faca confuzia cu sangerarea de dupa nastere, adica perioada in care uterul elimina lohiile, care nu are nicio legatura cu cat s-a lasat cordonul sa pulseze, pentru ca placenta contine doar sangele copilului care nu se amesteca niciodata cu sangele mamei.
De acest drept sunt insa privati cei mai multi copii, pentru ca practica medicala din zilele noastre nu aloca timp acestui fenomen natural si firesc, iar mamicile nu stiu sa ceara asta pentru proprii lor copilasi, pentru ca nu au informatia necesara.
Aici un filmulet de 5 minute care explica cum e treaba cu cordonul lasat sa pulseze:
Normal ar fi ca dupa expulzie, nou nascutul sa stea pe pieptul mamei, cel putin o ora. De aceea si cordonul nu are o lungime decat de 50-60cm, cat sa ajunga copilasul la sanul mamei.
Si acum nu ma refer doar la aspectele psiho emotionale pozitive atat ptr mama cat si ptr copil, ci si la transferul de sange placentar.
Un sfert din sangele nou nascutului se afla inca in placenta in momentul nasterii, dar daca lasam cordonul ombilical intact cel putin 25 min, o sa fie transferat in bebelus si acesta nu va suferi de anemie feripriva, asa cum se intampla la ceilalti.
Plus ca acest transfer se refera si la acele „minunat” marketate celule stem, care vor intra din placenta in corpul copilasului, acolo unde le este si locul, si nu intr-o banca din Grecia sau Danemarca😜
Chiar si animalele mananca placenta puiutilor lor doar dupa un timp de la nastere, si nu imediat.
Din acest punct de vedere suntem singurele mamifere care taie cordonul ombilical imediat ce s-a nascut copilasul. O metoda barbara si traumatizanta ptr copilul care abia se obisnuieste cu respiratia….
De aceea in planul de nastere, optiunea taierii cordonului ombilical dupa ce acesta nu mai pulseaza, adica dupa aprox 25 min, ar trebui sa fie o necesitate si nu considerata un moft..
Cat despre nasterea Lotus, este o practica straveche, si daca era atat de periculoasa, ne-am fi stins ca si civilizatie pana acum.
Mai multe aflati la cursul de 4 zile la care sa va pregatiti pentru nastere
“A Miraculous Micro-Preemie Birth Story and Why Every Baby Should Get To Keep Their Own Cord Attached
I have something crazy to tell you. I’ve only ever told a very small handful of people. Very small. I’ve never went public with this.
My micropreemie twins (born at 1 lb, 3 oz and 1 lb, 7 oz) were not born at a hospital.
At 25 weeks gestation, I started to have some cramping in the middle of the night. I took a hot bath and the cramps subsided. I drank tons of water and laid in bed. When I felt a little more cramping, I took another hot bath and they subsided again. I really thought I was fine, nothing to see here. I’ve gone past (even WAY past) my due dates with all my other babies!
Fast forward to early morning and I realized that I needed to get to a hospital NOW.
But it was too late. I felt the urge to push.
I reached down and felt…
a baby’s head.
I rushed downstairs to load up in the van (I had already woke up hubby and he was getting us out the door).
But it was too late.
I went to the downstairs bathroom and instinctively reached down to catch a baby. I put this baby on my right quadricep and reached for another baby with my left hand. I put the second baby on my left quadricep.
Right there in my bathroom. Two teeny babies were born.
I yelled for hubby to get in there and he was already on the phone with a 911 dispatcher. Baby B was still in the sac. I had given birth 4 times before this, three of those times being healthy, full-term homebirths. I knew we needed to rupture the sac so hubby did this in about two seconds. Both 25 week babies were breathing on their own! Baby A was making tiny, little noises.
Soon Baby B started to turn blue though, we thought we were losing her/him. We didn’t know if he/she would make it, if either of them would make it. Hubby takes CPR classes every year at work so he knew exactly what to do.
Hubby gave breaths until the paramedics arrived.
What a sight those men saw!
The paramedics didn’t act panicked but they obviously had no clue what to do. I yelled at them to give my babies oxygen!!
This next decision saved their lives! THIS is why I’m sharing my story!! The paramedics wanted to cut the babies’ umbilical cords so that they could get us to the hospital easier.
They didn’t know they were dealing with an experienced home-birth Mama!!
NO WAY was I letting them cut my babies’ cords!! I don’t even cut my 40-week cords right after birth! And those babies were full-term! The nourishment and stem cells and oxygen that my babies were getting from their cords was their only hope!
The paramedics kept insisting and arguing that we get the cords cut. I replied, „I am NOT cutting these cords, get me on the stretcher and get us to the hospital NOW.” I think they possibly assumed that the babies wouldn’t make it and only mother needed care. I didn’t need any medical attention whatsoever. I just wanted my babies helped!
On the 5 minute drive to the hospital, they still kept pressuring me to cut the cords! I changed the subject… „Can you look and tell me if I have boys or girls or one of each? That poor paramedic having to lift a leg the size of his pinky. He announced the first one… girl. He checked the second one… girl! My heart was melted! Even in a scary situation, I remained calm. Because of Jesus within me!
The key miracle in this story: We made it to the hospital with cords still attached! And babies still alive! They got to keep their cords attached for 20 minutes! Thus saving their lives!
Later that day and for months to come, the neonatologist and staff went on and on and ON about how leaving the cords attached absolutely saved Hannah and Haley’s lives!!! The neonatologist that was there that day had even published a paper about Delayed Cord Clamping!
So whether your baby is 25 weeks or 40 weeks, DEMAND that your baby’s cord is left attached until it has turned completely white and has stopped pulsing! For some babies, this will be 45 minutes to an hour!
To rob a sweet newborn baby of her very own blood is criminal! One-third of the blood that belongs IN your baby’s body is still in the cord and placenta at birth! This means we should be waiting until the cord has turned white and stopped pulsing before we even THINK about cutting off baby’s blood supply!
And seriously, what’s the hurry? Is doctor’s lunch or clean-up more important than your baby getting all those amazing stem cells that go to work doing powerful things? Baby needs those stem cells! They provide healing for every nook and cranny of baby’s body and they provide amazing nourishment. Not only that, but they provide long-term health benefits as well! Staff can work on compromised babies right on Mama’s belly with cord attached!
When babies start off WITHOUT 1/3 of their very OWN blood, they are now compromised and health problems can arise. Please, no matter what any doctor (or paramedic!) ever tells you, let baby have her OWN blood from that cord!!
I will say, the paramedics were only following protocol, I don’t blame them. In fact, they were such sweethearts and visited us in the hospital several times. They genuinely cared about how we were doing. We’ve since visited then at the station and thanked them for arriving quickly and getting us to the hospital in record time.
PS: Your baby’s blood is perfect. Decline the „Vitamin” K shot. If you read the manufacturer’s insert, you’ll see that it can cause death, jaundice, respiratory distress, cardiac distress, and more. It’s not „just a vitamin.” It’s a toxic concoction meant to sludge up your baby’s blood. Your baby is perfect just the way God made her, blood and all! Perfect even at 25 weeks… but 40 weeks is more ideal!
#MicroPreemieMiracles #MightyGod #Hannah #Haley #18MonthsAndThriving
STUDII CLINICE MEDICALE:
Delayed cord clamping or milking
The study, published in the December issue of The Journal of Pediatrics and funded by a $2.4 million National Institutes of Health grant, challenges the practice of immediate cord clamping, which is still widespread.
„I presented six times (at major conferences) on this topic last spring, and I am still concerned with the number of clinicians who do not put this evidence-based research into their day-to-day practice,” Erickson-Owens said. „In fact, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology said in January 2017 that a one-minute delay is enough for healthy babies.
„Our study shows that waiting five minutes or more before clamping the umbilical cord, while infants are held skin-to-skin with the mother, leads to more myelin development,” Erickson-Owens said. „This is a low-tech, low-cost technique that we believe can mitigate iron deficiency and vulnerability to anemia.
„No other studies have been published on the association of the timing of cord clamping with early brain development, specifically myelin volume,” Erickson-Owens said. „What was significantly different was the amount of iron and brain myelin volume in the babies with delayed cord clamping, which was captured by an MRI.”
Based on the present study findings, it can be concluded that most of the study sample were young women with age of 20-35 years old, educated and housewives. It can also be concluded that the majority of the sample were multi para with gestational age between 38-40 weeks. The study illustrated that the delaying of the newborn’s umbilical cord clamping at birth (1-3 minutes) have an important effect on newborns’ hematologic status. The delaying of the umbilical cord clamping at least 1-3 minutes after birth decreased the number of anemia cases.
The study has shown that the hypothesis to be true and proved the effect of late cord clamping on the newborn’s blood analysis.
According to the findings of the present study the following recommendations can be suggested:
• Delayed cord clamping should be the standardized practice and supported by the Ministry of Health and hospital administration. Awareness of all health care providers regarding the benefits of delayed cord clamping is highly recommended. Delayed cord clamping should be considered as one of the total quality standards to achieve the mothers’ and babies’ benefits.
• Finally, further studies in this context should be done such as: „Effect of new born’s late cord clamping on the presence of iron deficiency anaemia during the first year of life”, and „Effect of delayed new born’s cord clamping on the incidence of maternal postpartum hemorrhage and duration of placental separation”.
Research suggests delayed cord clamping is safe and beneficial for you and your baby. Both the WHO and ACOG recommend delayed clamping.
Your doctor or midwife may clamp and cut the cord immediately after delivery unless you ask for delayed clamping.
Delayed cord clamping may not only be advantageous in term infants in areas where iron deficiency is endemic and associated with developmental problems, but in light of recent evidence it may also be beneficial in high income countries, where iron deficiency anemia is a relatively rare neonatal occurrence. The benefits of delaying cord clamping in the term baby seem to outweigh the risks of adverse outcomes, including neonatal jaundice requiring phototherapy. Similarly, the evidence regarding DCC in preterm infants clearly shows that delaying cord clamping by at least 30 seconds, or possibly even milking the cord in these babies, is beneficial and should be considered whenever possible. Thus, there is sufficient evidence to justify a change in practice in both populations.