Should never be given to a pregnant woman
Just doesn’t Make sense
Reviewing the Literature: SSRIs in Pregnancy and Association with Autism – Psychopharmacology Institute
— Read on psychopharmacologyinstitute.com/clinical-psychiatry/reviewing-the-literature-ssris-in-pregnancy-and-association-with-autism/
Breastfeeding Latch and Positioning: Tips for Helping Baby Latch | What to Expect
— Read on www.whattoexpect.com/poor-breastfeeding-latch.aspx
The sobering statistics of birth trauma, the impact on breastfeeding and ways to help mothers.
— Read on womenshealthtoday.blog/2017/02/07/birth-trauma-psychological-trauma-of-childbirth-in-our-time/
Study Finds Adverse Effects of Pitocin in Newborns May 7, 2013 New Orleans, LA — Induction and augmentation of labor with the hormone oxytocin may not be as safe for full-term newborns as previously believed, according to research presented today
— Read on faithgibson.org/adverse-effects-of-pitocin-in-newborns/
Prescribed with each birth .
With holding truths of adverse effects …
Physician reviewed Pitocin patient information – includes Pitocin description, dosage and directions.
— Read on www.drugs.com/mtm/pitocin.html
Just to take the edge off …
Babies affected …
Demerol (meperidine) is a narcotic pain medicine used to treat moderate to severe pain. Includes Demerol side effects, interactions and indications.
— Read on www.drugs.com/demerol.html
This should not be allowed to continue to
be a political issue brought up for torment
blaming and shaming , by less that conscious
faith based folks who do not take into account
all the factors in making a choice that is individual.
As a form of gender preference , or a mode of
birth control , should be monitored , perhaps .
All in all autonomy of one’s body , instead of
judgments by uninformed , uneducated ,
oppositional power hungry leaders , steeped
in rhetoric and moving backwards in an effort
to control .
Blessings & Peace
Kate Daloz writes about her grandmother’s death, which occurred after she attempted to self-induce an abortion during the Second World War.
— Read on www.newyorker.com/culture/personal-history/my-grandmothers-desperate-choice