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Users comments and reviews on article Cesarean Delivery Risk Factor by Dana Fenton

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wow i didnt know that and i had a c-section...thanks for that memo!
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Women who have had cesarean cannot be with their baby right away. Nursing your baby after birth can jumpstart hormonal processes which are designed to ensure enough milk supply and to aid in the mother's physical recovery afterwards. It is said that breastfeeding works best if it occurs on the first hour after giving birth. While a few are lucky enough to nurse their babies right after the operation, most moms patiently wait until they are brought into the recovery room. The delay in first nursing does not only interfere with breastfeeding but also with hormonal levels. It can directly impact the mother's milk supply, delay the appearance of mature milk – all these can put the baby at risk for excessive weight loss after birth or of dehydration.
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Agree with gurl here. I wondered about the validity of it while reading the article, then I read Dana's credentials. Good write.
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