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    C/Sec- No allergies
    V/B- No allergies
    V/B- No allergies
    V/B- No known allergies as yet (touch wood)

    My siblings and I were all vaginal births:

    Me: No allergies
    Brother1 No allergies
    Brother2 Allergic to penicillin, anaphylaxis to Bee stings, Childhood Asthma and Dairy intolerant.
    Sister: No allergies
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    3 VB's and 2 out of three with allergies/ eczema. The other one had cows milk protein intolerance which at 3 she has outgrown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfish30 View Post
    Wondering if that studying takes into account both elective and emergency c sections. They are very different types of delivery, specially when the baby is in distress or have a medical condition that requires early c section. I think that if the study included premature babies, babies with health conditions etc in their c section group, they might be more likely to find greater number of children with allergies.

    I find that many people tend to blend in both elective and emergency c sections, as if they were the same thing and babies and mind had the same outcomes, which is not the case.

    That being said, this is just my opinion based on common sense. I haven't read that study nor I am a doctor
    Took the words out of my mouth! Thanks Starfish

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    All 3 are c sects. Middle child has asthma (but im a chronic asthmatic myself as is my mother so maybe thats why) and has bad reactions to red green and yellow food colouring (hives, swelling of hands feet and mouth)

    The rest are fine

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    I'm not sure c sec overly has higher rates as such generally.
    The four of my siblings and I were all c sect. My sister was emergency and has asthma, hay fever, some food allergies, and milk protein allergies. The rest of us have no allergies that we have ever found.
    My dp was a vb and has horrible hay fever.
    My brothers girlfriend was also vb and has a million food allergies and hay fever.


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    I had my son via cs - he is now almost 3 and has no allergies. I was born via cs and I have no allergies either

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    I was born natural. Have the fun triple allergies of Severe Eczema, hayfever and asthma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaJez View Post
    I was born natural. Have the fun triple allergies of Severe Eczema, hayfever and asthma.
    This describes me, plus I have peanut, egg and grass allergies, go me!

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    DD1 - emergency c-section - no allergies (that we know of)
    DS1 - VBAC - allergic to Keflex and has a possible hayfever/allergic conjunctivitus thing going on.

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    DS no allergies. (via emergancy c-section)
    DD No allergies vbac,


 

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