The Importance of Delayed Cord Clamping
PROTECT YOUR BABY’S PLACENTA AND UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD
Jeanice Barcelo – September 4, 2011
This is a note for all parents. Please be aware that, without proper awareness and precautions, your baby’s life force can become a marketable commodity. Hospitals are selling infant cord blood to the highest bidder, and parents who allow hospitals to keep their baby’s placenta are endangering their child’s physical and spiritual well-being.
It is important to understand that the clamping and cutting of a baby’s umbilical cord immediately after birth (or before the cord has stopped pulsing) will enable the hospital to gather up the baby’s cord blood and sell it for profit.
“Anti-ageing stem-cell injections composed of umbilical cord blood – £8,500. Consultations cost £150 per hour and take place in London’s Wimpole Street with Dr Robert Trossell. His patients fly out to Holland, where treatment is carried out. Antiageing treatments involve being injected with stem cells extracted from the umbilical cords of babies who have had a natural birth to full term… They claim that stem cells have the ability to rejuvenate the body and renew the cells, not just to produce younger, smoother skin, but increased sex drive and energy.”
A barbaric kind of beauty
“When parents sign consent allowing the hospital to “dispose” of the placenta and other remnants of birthing, they can be sold for medical research as opposed to being burned, for as much as $30,000 each. This figure was reported by the Children’s Hospital in Randwick, Australia. This was confirmed in the 10th edition of the Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 2003 page 1076.”
Restricted Umbilical Cord Problems
It is also important to understand that premature clamping and cutting of the umbilical cord is extremely detrimental to the well-being of an infant:
“In as little as 5 minutes after birth, the umbilical cord naturally begins to clamp, halting this blood flow. The common practice of hospitals, however, is to immediately place a clamp on the cord, usually within 1 minute, and often within 30 seconds, following the baby’s birth. This deprives the baby of a continuous source of oxygen until the lungs begin functioning properly. In addition to injuring the baby’s lungs, this lack of oxygen can cause serious brain damage, leading to birth injuries such as cerebral palsy, autism, learning disorders and mental deficiency.”
Doctors’ Practice of Clamping Umbilical Cord Too Soon May Cause Brain Damage, Cerebral Palsy, and Autism
AVOID LETTING MEDICAL PERSONNEL CUT YOUR BABY’S CORD TOO SOON, AND MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT ALLOW THEM TO KEEP YOUR BABY’S PLACENTA OR UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD!
Special note for fathers — please do not allow yourself to be manipulated into hurting your baby when the hospital staff offer to let YOU cut the cord. Unless that cord has stopped pulsing, please don’t cut it!!! And do whatever you can to prevent anyone else from touching it too.
“In a natural vaginal birth with no medications, the cord pulsates on average for 7 minutes. In a medicated birth, including c-sections or babies with a compressed cord, the cord will pulsate for as long as 20 minutes. Good practice is to leave the cord alone for 12 minutes or until it turns white/silver in color.” – see featured image
Restricted Umbilical Cord Problems
Link to original article HERE
Photo: The pale looking baby had the cord clamped immediately. The other baby’s cord clamping was delayed. Can you see the dramatic difference? Source: Natural Birth and Baby Care
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