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Was just searching for prenatal info and came across this- we have a vax friendly pedi in Tampa but had to sign a release stating both risk and benefits. If anyone needs someone closer in PM me and I'll share.
Quote: Originally Posted by Marnica actually they say about 250,000 (or more) people internationally die of the flu every year. The 36,000 number comes from lumping in pneumonia and other ILI (influenza like illnesses). here is some insight into the magic 36,000 number. http://informedmoms.com/vaccFLUart_C...nzaDeaths.html You are awesome thanks so much! I wondered if they lumped pneumonia in there. Super informative
Check out some super special cdc math: Table 10- page 31- http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr52/nvsr52_03.pdf 257 people died of influenza 2001- and again in this report the numbers are staggeringly low in 2003: http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5253a4.htm with no additional information as to previous condition of the children- that's a far far cry from the 30-40K/yr the CDC tends to report: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/vis...ds/vis-flu.pdf So I'm wondering...
Quote: Originally Posted by kathymuggle FWIW - I think many bright and gifted kids have issues with handwriting. Their brains work so much faster than their hands - the output looks nothing like what they have in their head! I couldn't agree more... my 4 y/o is so fast at thinking that I can barely type to keep up when we do dictated stories. It makes things very difficult for him when it comes to handwriting... add to that the perfectionism...
Hi ladies! We just moved to Valrico this past week & I'm wondering if anyone can suggest a pedi that is non-vax, extended nursing, CD/EC friendly out here (Brandon, Riverview, Apollo Beach, whereever). PM is fine if you don't want to post
ditto that bumping your post! I'm checking local HSing groups for info too.
Quote: Originally Posted by SkyMomma Hello ladies~ I had a fairly 'normal' birth, at home, only pushed about 8 times! Baby was big, 9pds 6 ounces, but I had minimal tearing & was feeling great post-partum. So, about 13 days PP I took 2 huge long walks carrying my new baby in the sling...felt a lot of pelvic sensation & groin stretching, which I chalked up to my lower abs working. The next day felt this weird protrusion when I used the toilet...oops. ...
Quote: Originally Posted by Midwife n Mom Has anyone tried one of these kegel exerciser devices? Is it helpful? A picture of it is found here: http://www.fitzz.com/product.asp?itemid=3275&AffId=61 The description says: Kegel exercises, also known as pelvic floor exercises have been prescribed by doctors for years to help women strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that weaken with age and childbirth. Kegel exercises are prescribed to increase sexual...
With my first 2 I lost it super early. With my DD I lost it about 24 hrs before delivery and started early labor then. Went into hard labor the next night and that lasted 44 min...... like Megan said it all depends on the lady and the pregnancy.
Quote: Originally Posted by holothuroidea I am aching for DH something serious. We are still newlyweds after all (our 1st anniversary was the 25th of Aug.). There's just no time. When the baby is down we sleep. At least we get some snuggles in but I'm so heartbroken over the lack of, er, action. I'm only 2wks pp but I feel like I'm ready. I didn't tear or anything so... yeah. Maybe I should wait anyway? I don't think we have a choice until she develops...
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