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    c-section no allergies

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    DD -vb No allergies
    DS -vb Allergies (anaphylactic to peanuts)

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    DD1 - VB - hayfever, reaction to pineapple (growing out of this it looks like) and severe reaction to mozzies
    DS - csection - no allergies
    DD2 - csection - no allergies

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    Ds1, vb, no allergies.
    Ds2, vb, allergic to grass, mozzies and bands aids.

    I was a vb and I'm allergic to cold..

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    DS1 - VB allergic to tomato
    DS2 - VB allergic to tomato, capsicum, mango, chocolate and CMPI and also has asthma.

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    Thanks guys! What about everyone else?

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    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

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    I think it had more to do with exposure to the bacteria in the birth canal, so depending on where exactly the baby is when you go in for an emergency cs would be a factor too.

    I, too, have no idea what I'm talking about, though. So I'm happy to leave it to the experts

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    Default Does a c-section give your child allergies?

    I've had 2 emergency c sections and 3 natural, no allergies but my youngest is only 9 weeks so too early to tell. He is the one I worry about though as he was nowhere near the birth canal HOWEVER he definitely got exposed to bacteria though as I turned septic from prolonged rupture of membranes.... So maybe he had more exposure to vagina germs than any of them!

    Why can't babies be somehow inoculated with bacteria to overcome this prob?

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    Dd - vb - 7 months old
    so far we've only noticed and allergy to tomatoes through blw

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