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Makes sense to me!
Unfortunately I can't do immediate breastfeeding. I have to have c sections. After my son was born though, I did practice kangaroo care. He was a champ at breastfeeding.
My first was whisked away to the NICU immediately after birth because she had meconium possibly in her lungs. I didn't get to see her for 6 hours. I finally told the nurses I'm wanting to breastfeed this child, I would like to get that started. They finally brought her to me. She's the only one of my children who breastfed past a year.
The rest of them, they washed 'em up and gave 'em back to me immediately to start the nursing process. (This was also a different hospital.) IDK, but like most things, people are different, so I guess sometimes it just doesn't matter ;)
Yeah I knew, but it happened in our situation anyway. I didn't have control over it because they drugged me. That is the only thing they did I didn't agree to. But they had him back to me in an hour. I was still drugged when they brought him back. He screamed around my boob. Thankffully no real harm was done in our case. :) Hubby was with baby the whole time he was away. He knew guard the baby, or else. :)
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