It has come to my attention that most expecting parents do not have the full knowledge of the options available to them. The Timeline to your childs first steps and the time after are important processes.
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Where do we begin? Without taking a whole nutritional, psychological, and skill training session for the parents, which are all necessary knowledge bases before and during pregnancy; Let us begin shortly before birth. (A reminder that you should eat lots of dark green vegetables and carrots all the time as well as meat, eggs, fish, and Dairy.)
In the first stages of labour it is important to be stretching, moving, and having a support group to reduce stress levels. This is when, sometimes prompted by question/information, the mother will be offered pain treatment. A strong pain reducing procedure now commonly used in all births but especially necessary for a C-section birth is an epidural. This is when a flexible tube is injected at the base of the back to the spine to release powerful, generally localized to midsection and lower body, pain medication, or drugs. This procedure is necessarily followd by increased monitoring of the mother for the following reasons; oxytoxin release will be altered so a more synthetic approach is taken, brand names of syntocinon and pitocin, and a synthetic delivery of oxytocin is given. There are some more actions involved with inducing labor not outlined here. Instead of localized to the vagina and uterus oxytocin is now body wide, extremely high doses than normally released to make up for the general delivery. Tearing chance is also increased when this is done (details excluded). The mother child bond is affected. The drugs given also affect the newborn human being because they are started several hours earlier and much goes through the blood.
Being on /pol/ the reasons to avoid one major procedure do not need to be outlined here. You should strictly make sure ahead of time that all doctors and nurses involved are aware you do not want circumcision. Get it in writing in American hospitals, so no one says "no worries, no charge for you". You want delayed umbilical cord clamping. The standard is to clamp it immediately and as quickly as possible once the baby has come out. Ask long before that final moment, you want delayed clamping with the child immediately on the mothers breast.
Then there are k1 injections that are standard. Same as one of the reasons to avoid circumcision, you do not want to increase pain/trauma to the newborn. There are oral options if you are convinced you need some k1/k2 for your child. The mother eating enough vitamin k (5mg-15mg during breastfeeding) will also increase amount of K in the breastmilk. There will be options to give antibacterial ointment for the eyes and other topical procedures, these are also not needed but standard unless you refuse. There will be a multitude of vaccines that will vary slightly based on where you are exactly. You can get all modern vaccines without thimerosal (mercury compound) and without any other preservatives, they will then usually come single shot per vaccine. Flu vaccines are absolutely not necessary and the details will be ommitted at the time of writing this. In short, you will need to keep people with flu symptoms away from child and mother for some weeks after birth whether or not anyone involved has had shots. They are then recommended several times a year throughout childhood development. Refuse them all. The flu virus mutates much too rapidly for effective prevention of the current spreading strains. And there are always more than one out in the public, the vaccines do not get most.
There is absolutely no reason to use "formula" for the child. Mother literally can not breast feed (rare)? Get a wet nurse and schedule it before you're nearing end of third trimester. Keep the breastfeeding supply plenty and limitless for the child. Sometimes premilking and using bottles is okay, but maximum time with the mother is recommended for especially the first year to 18 months. Your child hears and sees and learns quickly. You want interaction from the mother and the father, or in case of the father performing duty away from home, some other masculine family figure like an uncle or grandpa.
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