NecessaryC-sections as indication of maternal health dysfunction

24 Dec

I was born by caesarean due to me not moving in my mothers womb into the upside down position that I was supposed to.

And given the advanced maternal age increased risk of caesarean it makes me think.

The thing is that artificial means of birth are necessary  due to narrow hips and failures of the release of hormones or whatever complication during labor is indications of underlying problems.

Those problems I think should be pinpointed and its root cause determined to be treated. And if its genetics CRISPR may help.

Caesareans should be unnecessary and the fact that women need to have them should be a cause for concern.

It should not be treated as a matter of fact expected and normal.

I regard this practice as ultimately a crutch that does not solve the cause of the problems requiring caesarean. In the same way glasses are ocular crutches that does the solve the ultimate cause of the vision deficiency.

 

Just my thoughts for you all.

 

 

 

 

At least that’s my thoughts for today

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6 Responses to “NecessaryC-sections as indication of maternal health dysfunction”

  1. Giovanni Dannato December 27, 2015 at 5:22 am #

    Nutrition and lifestyle certainly plays a role. For instance, the less vitamin A a traditional diet has, the more people need glasses and braces.
    I was shocked teaching English in Korea to see nearly half of children had thick coke bottle lenses and bad teeth before age 10. Westerners don’t have enough either, but they at least get some by consuming milk, cheese, and butter, so the rate is a fraction of what is normal in East Asia
    I wouldn’t be surprised if systematic malnutrition had something to do with the need for C-sections. Though I suspect people having children later in life is a major factor.

    • infowarrior1 December 27, 2015 at 5:52 am #

      Indeed. There are statistics showing that women are starting to have children later in life. And the lack of nutrition too playing a factor.

      If a woman started having children young do you think C-sections are necessary later or does the earlier births prime women to be able to have children later in life?

      • Giovanni Dannato December 29, 2015 at 8:21 pm #

        The first birth tends to be the hardest so it really helps to be young then. It’s also much easier for a woman to get pregnant past age 30 if she got started young. A lot of women say “Well my grandma got pregnant at age 36” to justify further delays. However, grandma had already had 4-5 previous pregnancies. Not at all the same as a 32 year old woman trying to fire up her unused uterus for the first time. Some can do it just fine, but a surprising percentage can’t or have problems when they try. It’s not for nothing that fertility has become an actual industry.

  2. Chauncey Tinker December 31, 2015 at 12:33 pm #

    A study suggested that C-sections may contribute to allergies in infants:

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/264473.php

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