What to do with placenta after birth? The business, which the doctors kept secret!

Some expectant mothers are so concerned about the birth of a baby that literally think through all the nuances: you choose the hospital, obstetrician-gynecologist, a good room, collect things that will be needed already in the hospital... All this in order to the birth of a child was a pleasant event, not a nightmarish memory.

But not one of mothers concerned about what happens after birth with a unique organ called the placenta. And it is in vain... Many women doctors in passing slip to sign a document which obliges them to give the placenta to medical research.

Indeed, in good hospitals the placenta is sent first for histological examination and then disposed of. But so happens far not in all medical institutions. In each city, and the hospital has its own laws prevail.

Placenta after родов

The placenta can be sold or even resold for the production of expensive medical and cosmetic products. So our kids cut the umbilical cord immediately after birth... to preserve the "freshness" of the placenta.

To do this is strictly forbidden! The thing is that at the moment of birth the baby is on a double breath: first of all, he receives oxygen via the umbilical cord and breathe a little through the lungs.

And the doctors cut the umbilical cord immediately after birth, due to which the baby receives oxygen through the umbilical cord and feels suffocation... At this point the child has to make sharp breaths to activate the light. Him in terrible pain.

Besides, if the umbilical cord is cut immediately, the baby deliberately deprived of the placental blood which contains a natural protective immunity. You ask, why do it? And to ensure that future medicine could flog the parents of this child expensive vaccinations, pills, medicines and ointments! Nothing personal — just business.

In order not to become hostage to domestic medicine, it is necessary to discuss in detail the process of giving birth with a private Ob / GYN. Also, if possible, better to take the placenta home after the birth and to dispose of them.

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Victoria Poplavskaya Believes that art knows no rest! Enjoys drawing, used to look at life with a painter's eye. Cleaning the house and cooking finds work, a pleasure after all to any business can be creative! Loves unorthodox methods of solving problems. Favorite book Victoria — "Three comrades" E. M. Remarque.


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