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Jan. 4, 2014 10 am - Pekin Daily Times

VBAC in the News - Sat, 01/04/2014 - 8:57am

Jan. 4, 2014 10 am
Pekin Daily Times
James was present for the vaginal birth of his son, but this was his first encounter with a cesarean. ... James said the cesarean was necessary because Candice was completely exhausted after pushing for two hours and the baby was not in the right position.

Parents of Colchester County's first baby of 2014 happy and proud - Truro Daily News

VBAC in the News - Fri, 01/03/2014 - 5:43pm

Parents of Colchester County's first baby of 2014 happy and proud
Truro Daily News
She then went into labour on Tuesday but after almost 12 hours without success, her son was delivered by cesarean section. “As a woman you always think about natural birth and the fact that you go through all that and then it's a C section,” she said.

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Babies born at 37 and 38 weeks are at higher risk for adverse health outcomes - YottaFire

VBAC in the News - Fri, 01/03/2014 - 1:05am

Babies born at 37 and 38 weeks are at higher risk for adverse health outcomes
YottaFire
Babies considered “early-term,” born at 37 or 38 weeks after a mother's last menstrual period, may look as healthy as full-term babies born at 39-41 weeks, but a new study published by University at Buffalo physicians in JAMA Pediatrics has found that ...

Baby's death could leave lasting legacy - The Port Arthur News

VBAC in the News - Thu, 01/02/2014 - 5:17pm

Baby's death could leave lasting legacy
The Port Arthur News
Her parents, Rachel Melancon, 24, and Allen Coats, 25, believe their daughter's death was the result of injuries received from the use of forceps during an attempted vaginal delivery. Olivia was eventually delivered by emergency cesarean section, but ...

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Pregnant Nurse, Dreonna Breton, Fired For Refusing Flu Vaccine - Huffington Post

VBAC in the News - Thu, 01/02/2014 - 9:47am

Pregnant Nurse, Dreonna Breton, Fired For Refusing Flu Vaccine
Huffington Post
Dreonna Breton lost her job as a nurse at Horizons Healthcare Services in Lancaster, Penn., after she told her bosses she would not be getting a flu shot along with her fellow employees, reports CNN. Breton, who is three ... <strong>What's happening to ...

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Pregnancy with twins can be challenging - Daily Journal Online

VBAC in the News - Thu, 01/02/2014 - 4:32am

Pregnancy with twins can be challenging
Daily Journal Online
In the United States, twins occur in one out of every 35 births. ... In contrast, identical twins develop from a single egg that cleaves, or splits, after it is fertilized. ... It can help determine whether it will be safest for you to deliver ...

Pregnancy with twins can be challenging - Daily Journal Online

VBAC in the News - Thu, 01/02/2014 - 4:32am

Pregnancy with twins can be challenging
Daily Journal Online
In the United States, twins occur in one out of every 35 births. ... In contrast, identical twins develop from a single egg that cleaves, or splits, after it is fertilized. ... It can help determine whether it will be safest for you to deliver ...

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Manatee's first baby of 2014 could be earliest born in Tampa Bay - Bradenton Herald

VBAC in the News - Wed, 01/01/2014 - 11:18pm

Bradenton Herald

Manatee's first baby of 2014 could be earliest born in Tampa Bay
Bradenton Herald
After all, she doesn't have to have the baby kick at her ribs from the womb anymore, she said. Fergerson ... Mothers who deliver vaginally stay for about 36 hours in the hospital, while cesarean delivery mothers stay for at least two and a half days ...

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Mothers Clamor to Seek Obstetric Advice - Anhui News

VBAC in the News - Wed, 01/01/2014 - 6:53pm

Mothers Clamor to Seek Obstetric Advice
Anhui News
Inquiries from women about having a second child soared soon after the country announced its amendment to the family planning policy in early November. To field the ... "If the mother had the C-section only because she was afraid of pain, then they are ...

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Manatee's first baby of 2014 could be earliest born in Tampa Bay - Bradenton Herald

VBAC in the News - Wed, 01/01/2014 - 5:21pm

Bradenton Herald

Manatee's first baby of 2014 could be earliest born in Tampa Bay
Bradenton Herald
After all, she doesn't have to have the baby kick at her ribs from the womb anymore, she said. Fergerson ... Mothers who deliver vaginally stay for about 36 hours in the hospital, while cesarean delivery mothers stay for at least two and a half days ...

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