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Andrea...wife, SAHM to 3.5 yo DS and 1 yo DD.
I would think if you are having a CS you wouldn't need the Vit K as there won't be any bruising. That's what I would opt for. As far as finding it if you do decide to get it, I have no idea.
me, herding 5 critters a cat and a dog. DS 11/01, DS 10/04, DD 2/06, DS 5/07 and DD 9/10
I have to disagree... Have you seen how doctors handle a baby in a c-section birth? They're rough and fast and twist them all about... It's a very rough birth!
We weren't going to do vit K with DD however she was at a +1 station (so past the spines, well engaged into the pelvis and a mere few stations before being OUT) and so they pulled her BACK through the pelvis for our "emergency c-section". There was no bruising however the birth was incredibly traumatic and they didn't allow her cord to stop pulsating first so we opted to do vit K.
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