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Trying to decide about giving your newborn Vit K at birth?  This is an interesting argument.

Vitamin K – An Alternative Perspective.



Newborns are routinely given erythromycin as a prophylaxis to prevent ophthalmia neonatorum, an eye infection usually caused by chlamydia and gonorrhea.  Read about the risks and benefits of this routine procedure and make an educated decision on if it’s something you would like to decline for your baby.




This is just such a beautiful video – such a respectful and gentle bath for this new soul.  What if we were all treated this way at birth?

If you’re choosing to have your baby in the hospital, it’s important to understand what newborn procedures are done and why so you can make a fully informed choice as to whether you want to have them done or would like to decline them.



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