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C-SECTION

Postby HELWAA » Tue Jun 14, 2011 11:51 am

Salaam

A friend of mine is having her 5th child, this is her 5th surgery.

Isn't dangerous to have so many kids with ceaser?..i'm realy worried for her. :(

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby BlackVelvet » Tue Jun 14, 2011 11:55 am

Innalillahi wa inna ileyhi waajicuun. Why do Somalis do this to themselves?

Haa it is dangerous. One Somali woman was told to stop having kids because of it and she was like no birth control is xaram in my religion. The mid wife was like, having children outside wedlock isn't? :lol:


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Re: C-SECTION

Postby HELWAA » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:03 pm

I know, i thought she stopped having kids with child nr 4, i was so shocked when she told me she was pregnant again.Despite the doctors warning i was so pissed of at her.Waxay igu jawaabtey ilaahy ba keeney.Caafimadkeeda iney NR 1 ka dhigta aheed and now she is scared to death and worry me. :x

aamin to ur duca. :up:

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby quark » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:11 pm

wow 5 times,

A woman is five to seven times more likely to die from a cesarean delivery than from a vaginal delivery.
A woman having a repeat C-section is twice as likely to die during delivery.
Twice as many women require rehospitalization after a C-section than after a vaginal birth.
Having a C-section means higher rates of infertility, ectopic pregnancy, and potentially severe placental problems in future pregnancies.
Babies born after an elective cesarean delivery (i.e., when labor has not yet begun) are four times more likely to develop persistent pulmonary hypertension, a potentially life-threatening condition.
Between one and two babies of every hundred delivered by C-section will be accidentally cut during the surgery.3
The US is tied for second-to-last place with Hungary, Malta, Poland, and Slovakia for neonatal mortality in the industrialized world.4
Babies born via C-section are at high risk for not receiving the benefits of breastfeeding.5
The risk of death to a newborn delivered by C-section to a low-risk woman is 1.77 deaths to 1,000 live births. The risk of death to a newborn delivered vaginally to a low-risk woman is only 0.62 per 1,000 live births.6

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby DisplacedDiraac » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:13 pm

I thought one couldn't have more than 3 C-Sections.. :|

Bless her!

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby quark » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:18 pm

WestLdnShawty wrote:I thought one couldn't have more than 3 C-Sections.. :|

Thats the recomended limit.

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby HELWAA » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:21 pm

quark wrote:wow 5 times,

A woman is five to seven times more likely to die from a cesarean delivery than from a vaginal delivery.
A woman having a repeat C-section is twice as likely to die during delivery.
Twice as many women require rehospitalization after a C-section than after a vaginal birth.
Having a C-section means higher rates of infertility, ectopic pregnancy, and potentially severe placental problems in future pregnancies.
Babies born after an elective cesarean delivery (i.e., when labor has not yet begun) are four times more likely to develop persistent pulmonary hypertension, a potentially life-threatening condition.
Between one and two babies of every hundred delivered by C-section will be accidentally cut during the surgery.3
The US is tied for second-to-last place with Hungary, Malta, Poland, and Slovakia for neonatal mortality in the industrialized world.4
Babies born via C-section are at high risk for not receiving the benefits of breastfeeding.5
The risk of death to a newborn delivered by C-section to a low-risk woman is 1.77 deaths to 1,000 live births. The risk of death to a newborn delivered vaginally to a low-risk woman is only 0.62 per 1,000 live births.6



Thats quite depressing, inshallah ilaahy wuu oo fudeydin.I dont get why pple dont use protection. :down:


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Re: C-SECTION

Postby Enlightened~Sista » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:23 pm

The kind of shit Somali women put themselves through in the name of tradition.I hope this kid will be her last and that she and the baby do fine inshaAllah.


Having too many children is not a good look ; especially when you're a drain on the government's purse.My friend was telling me the other day about a Somali lady having her ninth kid.Inaalillaah.

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby ciyaal_warta » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:32 pm

Rabi yassir...ilaahey sxbtaa ha u fududeeyo walaaleey

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby Xamud. » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:38 pm

Enlightened~Sista wrote:Having too many children is not a good look ; especially when you're a drain on the government's purse.My friend was telling me the other day about a Somali lady having her ninth kid.Inaalillaah.


So you think the whole purpose of having more than 1 or 2 children is to drain the government?. Somalis have always preferred big families, nothing wrong with that.

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby HELWAA » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:43 pm

ciyaal_warta wrote:Rabi yassir...ilaahey sxbtaa ha u fududeeyo walaaleey



Aamin walaalo, thanx for the duca. :up:

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby Enlightened~Sista » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:45 pm

Xamud. wrote:
Enlightened~Sista wrote:Having too many children is not a good look ; especially when you're a drain on the government's purse.My friend was telling me the other day about a Somali lady having her ninth kid.Inaalillaah.


So you think the whole purpose of having more than 1 or 2 children is to drain the government?. Somalis have always preferred big families, nothing wrong with that.



Nothing wrong with having big families if you can provide for all of them.

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby Hyperactive » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:46 pm

inshallah khiar, im C-section kid and my mom did 6 so far. she is fine alhamdullilah, but drs warnned her to have any other kids.

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby HELWAA » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:58 pm

Mashallah Hyper ur mom is a strong woman.Ilaahy ba oo fudeydiyey.

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Re: C-SECTION

Postby greenday » Tue Jun 14, 2011 1:00 pm

Somalida manaxan runti, i know someone having baby number 6 :down:


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