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    DS - Emerg CS - no allergies

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    None yet. DD is almost 10 months

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    DS- emergency Cs - Nil allergies or respritory issues like asthma
    DD- elective Cs - Nil allergies or respritory issues like asthma

    Thusfar all is good here with 2 babies both born via c-sections

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    DD - VB - She had CMPI but outgrew it at about 1yo. No allergies.

    I was VB and am allergic to penicillin.

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    Dd- c-section and is allergic to celery, but so is her dad.
    me, c-section allergic to anything that ends in -mycin, so is my mum.
    I am also lactose intolerant but that's adult onset and due to my second lot of glandular fever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    Why can't babies be somehow inoculated with bacteria to overcome this prob?
    First they'd have to prove the link

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    Dd1 - cs and mild ashma
    Dd2- cs - she is 16wks old with suspected cmp allergy & severe eczema.

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    My 1st born was my only c-sec (emerg) and he is now 14 and never had any allergies (well he seems to think he's allergic to anything healthy lol)


 

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