Ladies, GET OFF THE DRUGS! I don't care if it's Vicodin, Lortab or Oxycontin, you need to get off before that baby is born. Use tramadol if anything to ease you down. DO NOT use suboxone as that can be as addictive as any other opiod.
Please read the article and ask yourself if you want your baby's first impression of the world to be that of the pain and trauma associated with severe withdrawals...
If you are pregnant, please read the Expectant Parents Risks/Prevention page of my blog. My only purpose is to educate other parents so that their child doesn't have to go through the same things my son and our family have to due to a Brachial Plexus injury. Knowledge is power!! Please ask you doctor/nurses the important questions on that page and don't just assume they know what they are doing! Brachial Plexus Birth Injuries happen in 2-3 of every 1000 births!!!View Thread
I'm not vaccinating my child. Sorry Government but these vaccinations are truly dangerous and cause more health problems than you want us to believe. No one is going to scare me into overloading my baby's immune system to 'fight' diseases that rarely pop up in a country of 3 million people. Disgusts me.View Thread
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Sometimes its amusing and other times it is just plain sad... I thought I would share the website though so we can all read the things that some OB's, nurses or midwives may try to say to us during labor to get us to do things their way.View Thread
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