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Babies and Dr. Sportelli's 'existence insurance' by Todd Gastaldo
PREGNANT WOMEN: Some "existence insurance" for babies. It is easy to offer your baby up to 30% of "extra" room in the birth canal and up to 50% of "extra" blood. See below. BABIES AND DR. SPORTELLI'S "EXISTENCE INSURANCE"
August 28th 05 10:14 PM
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#SAVE UP TO 60 % ON PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS# by [email protected]
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August 28th 05 11:48 PM
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Would this be considered a home birth? by medgirl
"Reality" TV gets crazier everyday. Dutch authorities investigate "Big Brother" baby Staff and agencies 27 August, 2005
August 29th 05 12:42 AM
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Birth story by Cath
Hi, I posted a birth announcement of our son Jens a couple of days ago but I didn't see it show up so I guess it got stuck somewhere. Anyway, I promised I'd post the birth story later, so here it is. It is, happily, not al long story :-). First the 'essentials': Jens was born on august the 10th,...
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August 29th 05 03:56 AM
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Night terrors? 8 month old refuses to sleep by [email protected]
My wife has told me that during the night the baby starts screaming in his sleep. She has to wake him to get him to stop. He always did seem restless even when he did fall asleep. He had 2 hospital stays and after the second one he was never the same (cant put him down etc.) As he can sit up now...
August 29th 05 04:20 AM
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C-Sections Linked to Higher Cavity Risk in Babies by Welches
"Tim Campbell" wrote in message ... Doheny HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Aug. 26 (HealthDay News) -- Women with dental cavities who deliver their babies by Caesarean section should pay close attention to ...
August 29th 05 04:56 AM
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8 month old refuses to sleep by Jo
wrote: Hi everyone, Well my little guy still wont sleep. Only now he seems to be rebelling even more. In the last week he will not go down and seems to fight it off even more. Sleeping in the same bed doesnt help. Even benedryl has no effect. He has always been a...
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August 29th 05 02:42 PM
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This cord-clamping thing by Mogget
So why do docs do it, then, cord-clamping newborns? There must be some reason, surely. I'd like to know what it is. -- Mogget
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August 29th 05 04:13 PM
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First ultrasound by jennyblack
I posted a week ago about not seeing anything on my u/s. I went to my regular ob appt and everything turned out fine. I saw the heartbeat which was 130 beats a min. Is that considered slow and aren't boys heartbeats slower than girls? I have had 2 girls and I remember them bein in the 150-160...
August 29th 05 06:14 PM
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any current moms involved with La Leche League? by oregonchick
I am interested in finding a local support group for breastfeeding and wonder if this program would be a good one. It seems to have a great reputation. Betsy
August 29th 05 07:11 PM
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What do you think? by April & Bump
Hi all I am difficulty in decideding weather to use a moses basket or not. What is safer from birth, Moses Basket or Cot???? If using a moses basket is it the same rules as a Cot, feet to feet and on back?? Any feedback appritiated.
August 29th 05 08:10 PM
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found the ultimate use for my changing table... by oregonchick
So, I bought a changing table. Every mother needs one, right? (I didn't use one with my last child). It's been sitting in my basement waiting for birth time in December. My laundry room is down there too, and I was down there today doing massive quantities of laundry, as usual. I've been...
August 29th 05 08:50 PM
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Big Baby Story by Jodi
(sorry if this posts more than once, my ISP is going crazy!) Sometimes I get scared that if I ever get pregnant, I'll have to run into the woods to have my baby! I was visiting a mom from my church that just had her 2nd baby. When he came out he was somewhere around 11 lb. (which, I admit, is...
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August 29th 05 09:38 PM
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Ativan While Pregnant??? by amandadavis1
When does the breast usually start getting milk?
August 29th 05 11:19 PM
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Arresting obstetricians - Lt. Bill Hunt: 11165PC Suspected (Mass)Child Abuse Report by Todd Gastaldo
ARRESTING OBSTETRICIANS: OC SHERIFF LT. BILL HUNT: 11165PC SUSPECTED (MASS) CHILD ABUSE REPORT Note: The mass child abuse by obstetricians discussed below is OBVIOUS. I only call it "suspected" child abuse because in California the reports are called 11165PC Suspected Child Abuse...
August 30th 05 12:33 AM
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Birth Story - A Father's view by Robert Powell
First let me apologise for not posting any earlier - it's been a traumatic few weeks but now we're sort of back on track, so for those of you interested., DW was due on the 4th July, problem was nobody had told our unborn baby this and apparently their diary was full the next week and a half. So...
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August 30th 05 01:44 AM
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Arrival of the twins! by Ilse Witch
Saturday August 13th saw the birth of two new world citizens: DD and DS2. Since DD was not lying in full breech and the membranes had ruptured, they arrived by c-section. They both weighed in at just above 3kg. My recovery is progressing well, DS2 is nursing like a champ, but needs...
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August 30th 05 02:11 AM
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critical screening tests during pregnancy? by oregonchick
My medical provider is an HMO, and recently they had a major flood occur at my clinic when a large pipe ruptured. Ever since then, I have had to be seen in whichever clinic they had available, all over the Portland metro area. Because of this I feel very lost in the shuffle. I am 26 weeks...
August 30th 05 02:30 AM
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C-section 'baby teeth decay risk' by Roman Bystrianyk
"C-section 'baby teeth decay risk'", BBC News, August 28, 2005, Link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4181030.stm Babies born by Caesarean section are more at risk of tooth decay, research suggests. A New York University team found C-section babies were infected by a cavity-causing bacterium...
August 30th 05 04:55 AM
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misc.kids FAQ on the Pregnancy AFP Screen and the Triple Screen by [email protected]
Archive-name: misc-kids/pregnancy/screening/AFP Posting-Frequency: monthly Last-Modified: January 4, 1999 ------------------------------------------------------------ Misc.kids Frequently Asked Questions AFP Screen and the Triple Screen
August 30th 05 05:25 AM
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