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laisydaisymama August 27th, 2010 09:16 AM

great article about delayed clamping!
 
posted in NCB also :)

The placenta – essential resuscitation equipment | Midwife Thinking's Blog

Sweet xoxo August 29th, 2010 10:04 AM

Re: great article about delayed clamping!
 
I actually read about this with my last pregnancy and told my obgyn about it. But even though I had several delivery wishes....He flat up ignored me. On purpose. He did everything he could to give me a horrible experience. I hate this man. And will never deliver with a Doctor again. (this was my 3rd child, the first two were with Midwives)

HappyHippy August 29th, 2010 08:24 PM

Re: great article about delayed clamping!
 
Awesome! With Hunter I wanted to wait until the placenta came out and have Hunter on my abdomen. But I got roped into a bunch of interventions and when Hunter was born he wouldn't breath. So he was on oxygen for awhile and was clamped and cut right away.

This is actually the first picture I have of Hunter. He is in a warming "crib" (more like plastic box) with oxygen. He was screaming at this point and had his fingers in the mask pulling at it.
http://i327.photobucket.com/albums/k...ygenmaskon.jpg

I told my Midwife that when Liev was born and if everything was good, that we werne't going to clamp or cut until the placenta was out. Everything went great and he was on my abdomen still attatched until my placenta came out which was I believe 17 minutes later.
This picture was taken at 6 minutes, still attatched to the cord.
http://i327.photobucket.com/albums/k...er/imageaa.jpg

bre4thewin August 30th, 2010 09:07 AM

Re: great article about delayed clamping!
 
Here is another one I just posted on my website...its written my an obstetrician which is cool..

Delayed Cord Clamping Should Be Standard Practice in Obstetrics Academic OB/GYN

Twinkle August 30th, 2010 11:03 AM

Re: great article about delayed clamping!
 
Thanks for sharing!! We let Paul's cord go for about 15 minutes before clamping, our midwives specifically check to make sure its not pulsating before they clamp.


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