The Newborn, a human, is a very small and extremely sensitive person, still very connected to his Mother. Dr. Frederick Leboyer pointed out the trauma that regularly happens as humans enter the world. The tiny creature, new to life, is born to loud sounds, blinding lights, placed on cold metal objects, and even poked and prodded.
This happens because people wrongly believe that babies are just a part of a medical procedure. A sensitive and unobtrusive style of care which is deeply respectful of the natural process, and a peaceful atmosphere at the time of birth, with low lights, and quiet, would help the baby to be born with a minimum of trauma. After the birth, the baby is brought unto the mother’s belly, and very shortly thereafter allowed to suckle. The cord to the placenta is not cut until all the blood, which the infant needs for its life, has been pumped into the child. This differs from the cruel practice of cutting the cord immediately and depriving the child of his or her safety net, the supply of vital blood and oxygen immediately after birth. In many cases the child will breath naturally. It is extremely cruel to rub the child to induce him or her to cry unless there is an emergency. Nature designed children to be born unassisted, meaning a mother can do it by herself, and for the baby to breathe on their own without being painfully rubbed to induce crying. It is wise to visualize how you want your baby to be treated atbirth, and to make sure that your care providers are agreeable and aligned with the type of treatment you want. If a C-section is somehow needed, then in the same manner steps can be taken to ensure the child is cared for to your desires and wishes after the birth.
Sometimes a Cesarean delivery saves the lives of the Mother and Child. Consider getting written documentation from you doctor of his or her rate of cesareans to see if it coincides on average with what is deemed a healthy rate, (between 4-15%). Further studies and references are available Gary Nulls web site which is listed below.
“Source: Cesarean section: medical benefits and costs. Shearer EL. Soc Sci Med 1993 Nov;37(10):1223-31.This article emphasizes that half of the Cesarean sections performed in the U.S. are unnecessary. This surplus needlessly endangers women and their babies and adds over $1 billion to the annual health care costs. Cesarean section deliveries are associated with a 2- to 4-fold increased rate of maternal mortality and with a 5- to 10-fold increased rate of maternal morbidity, compared to vaginal deliveries. Newborns delivered via Cesarean section are at increased risk of respiratory disease and of being delivered before proper time. The author highlights how decisions concerning the need for Cesarean delivery seem to be influenced more by social, economic, and physicians' personal reasons, than by medical factors. This is well illustrated by the fact that those women who are at highest risk of pregnancy complications and who would benefit the most from a Cesarean section are the least likely to receive it. On the other hand, indications such as previous Cesarean, slow or difficult labor or delivery, presentation of the rear of the baby at the uterine cervix and fetal distress, are the main reason for performing a C-section, even though these conditions have been least clearly associated with benefits for the fetus and the mother.
“During the last three weeks of pregnancy starch foods should be omtitted. Raw and cooked vegetables, one or two glasses of raw milk, and fruit or [diluted] fruit juice will prove most beneficial. Avoid strawberries, apricots, Thompson seedless grapes, cranberries, and cantaloupe.”
“As soon as labor pains commence, take no food at all.” Honey diluted in water is okay if patient is very weak.
“The three-day fast after delivery is most important. During this time animals eat nothing, with the possible exception of the afterbirth…”
During the 3 day fast Dr. Beiler suggests” Unsweetened pineapple, apple, or grape juice may be diluted with equal parts of water; papaya nectar is especially helpful. If the patient likes the flavor she is encouraged to drink about two quarts a day for the first two days.”
Source: Dr. Bieler’s Natural Way to Sexual Health, Henry Bieler, 1972 Page 18-19
Make sure to take adequate time to rest after the birth. It can take between a few days to up to a year for a mother to recover physically from the birth. It depends on the individual and the circumstances.
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