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    Default Does a c-section give your child allergies?

    CS - no allergies.

    I was a VB baby & I am allergic to eggs.

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    Default Does a c-section give your child allergies?

    Four caesareans, zero allergies.

    ETA Actually, DS1 has hay fever. But so do I, and I was a VB.
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    C sec...no allergies or asthma or any health issues

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    1 VB & 3 c/s with no allergies except DD3 breaks out in a rash if she wipes her mouth with wipes.

    My 2 brothers and myself were c/s and none of us have allergies.

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    both my c section babies were allergy babies.... however ive since discovered dh's family have a history of allergies so it's his fault. Of course their good looks and intelligence is from my side

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    VB - highly likely he has an allergy causing his eczema. Not sure what though.

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    Not mine, but my friend has had a vb and csection and only her vb baby has allergies.

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    DS1 - VB - Allergies
    DS2 & 3 - C/section no know allergies
    DS 4 C/section - no know allergies

    I was natural birth and have lots of allergies, DS was a natural birth and has lots of allergies.

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    2 x cs babies.

    DD1 has no allergies at all, DD2 has eczema but that runs in DH's family.

    Actually with all the allergies and intolerances in DHs family I'm amazed we only have one child with eczema!

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    4 Caesars, three living children, not an allergy between them

    I was a VB and I am allergic to beestings and horseradish and have grown out of an anaphylactic allergy to kiwifruit.

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