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/profile/282-vickyvicky/?do=hovercard” data-mentionid=”282″ href=”<___base_url___>/profile/282-vickyvicky/” rel=””>>@vickyvicky I disagree. However if you are concerned you can put a cup of salt or so in it to lessen any bacteria present. But we brush our teeth with tap water, and bathe in it every day, and it fails to infect my mucous membranes or those of my little babies’…so it couldn’t be that bad for a birth. The water in Europe is also not potable in most places, and this is where Michael Odent MD did all his wonderful work with water birthing studies.
Some tearing (muscle) needs to be repaired, the skid marks can be left to heal on their own. I agree that filing your information at the closest hospital in advance is a good idea in case of cord prolapse, PP hemorrage, apoxia for baby, etc. Becoming familiar with these few instances where immediate transport is recommended is of course prudent. Spinningbabies.com can help you map the belly and find out baby’s positioning, and help give ideas to rotate baby to favourable positions, etc.
True. But if all is well with baby and mom you don’t have to go right away. Be prepared for nurses with quick needles just going about their procedures…in case you want to delay the standard newborn Hep- B and BCG (this is a live Tuberculosis vaccine) shots that they give newborns here. Heel Prick PKU test can likewise be delayed 3-4 weeks later.