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i just heard in the news it would be very good to wait 2 minutes after u give birth before you cut the umbilical cord instead of doin it right away like they always have. this would get more blood etc through to the baby so it'll turn out better and smarter. lol i wish my mom did that for me too

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i just heard in the news it would be very good to wait 2 minutes after u give birth before you cut the umbilical cord instead of doin it right away like they always have. this would get more blood etc through to the baby so it'll turn out better and smarter. lol i wish my mom did that for me too

In all the commotion of the labour, that's the last thing you will be thinking about!

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our mother has suffer the labour pain...n nw we wan them to wait 2 more minutes.....i tink that 2 minutes will feel like ages at tat time....

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our mother has suffer the labour pain...n nw we wan them to wait 2 more minutes.....i tink that 2 minutes will feel like ages at tat time....

but the painful part is over when it comes to cutting the cord....................lol unless iv got it all wrong!

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i just heard in the news it would be very good to wait 2 minutes after u give birth before you cut the umbilical cord instead of doin it right away like they always have. this would get more blood etc through to the baby so it'll turn out better and smarter. lol i wish my mom did that for me too

In all the commotion of the labour, that's the last thing you will be thinking about!

yea thats why u tell em ahead of time :i:

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Fateh!

Ooh, expecting mine in two weeks, Il remember that but I agree, dont think you really think at the time, plus my husband will probably take hours facing up to the task! :)

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PLEASE DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH FOR YOUR OWN CHILD WHEN IT COMES OT MATTERS LIKE THIS

when i saw the news about this i was like "cool", but the things that can go wrong aren't anyhting to laugh at.. It may be more valuable to find a middle ground... usually the umbilical cord is cut within 2 or 3 seconds of birth... 2 minutes is a lot of time, and if you raed many of the articles (i.e news.google.com), there are some interesting side effects should you wait TOO long:

The practice of immediate cord cutting is also done to lower the chance of polycythemia- a condition in which the number of red blood cells increases making the blood thicker and less likely to flow properly throughout the baby.

but yeah, the beneftis to waiting are big too.. more red blood cells to carry oxygen...higher iron count (especially important for girls), lower risk of anemia.... but please do the correct research!

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Fateh!

Ooh, expecting mine in two weeks, Il remember that but I agree, dont think you really think at the time, plus my husband will probably take hours facing up to the task! :)

awwww, loolzz

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lol...thats so anti gurmatised...joke

where did u hear that from....anyway...kids can study to become smart...kids want to stay healthy..then they should jog abit more than eating mommy ji's addictive pakorai

laterz

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lol...thats so anti gurmatised...joke

where did u hear that from....anyway...kids can study to become smart...kids want to stay healthy..then they should jog abit more than eating mommy ji's addictive pakorai

laterz

good point!

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lol...thats so anti gurmatised...joke

where did u hear that from....anyway...kids can study to become smart...kids want to stay healthy..then they should jog abit more than eating mommy ji's addictive pakorai

laterz

so every penny counts

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i just heard in the news it would be very good to wait 2 minutes after u give birth before you cut the umbilical cord instead of doin it right away like they always have. this would get more blood etc through to the baby so it'll turn out better and smarter. lol i wish my mom did that for me too

I wud rather do mool mantar or gurmantar

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