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Comment by Birth Videos on June 16, 2012 at 12:39pm

Christy the baby was just fine. It was breathing just not crying. Water babies often don't cry. Breathing should always be taken seriously but fortunately most of the time things go just fine. Remember the baby was still attached to the cord so even if he is not breathing in the conventional sense babies usually get a great deal of oxygen from the cord as long as you don't cut it. A cord is often nature's way of giving a baby oxygen if they are slow to transition. 

Comment by Christy Mikula on May 7, 2012 at 10:59am

I wish only wellness to this family. But, do wish that viewers could see the baby reach vitality so as to reassure all of us that there was not a lack of oxygen. I service certain births in my profession and find this delay in delivery, possible lack of oxygen, and substantially weak response from the newborn to be seriously concerning. In my experience, this is what a dangerous birth looks like. Please post an update to calm viewers concerns. My stomach still turns as I wonder if this child suffered any brain damages. Again, my hope is for the family and continued success of home birth as a whole.

Comment by beth Zhang on August 21, 2011 at 12:27am
I really want a foreign mother,,who can help me to find a America Mom ,Australia Mon,Uk Mon and Canada Mon?And can be my foreign mother?
Comment by Birth Videos on January 10, 2011 at 8:24pm
Thebany was just fine! Water babies are often a bit slow to wake up.
Comment by Shauna Marie on January 10, 2011 at 7:34pm
Mama & Papa did a great job.  But how is the baby?  He seemed so limp and pale.  We don't get to see him recover from that.  Would love to hear.  My baby is breech right now...
Comment by Ann on December 15, 2010 at 11:33pm

Good job!

Comment by Birth Videos on May 8, 2010 at 8:28am
Yes it can be a lot more painful than a regular birth. The body is designed to squeeze the head out first a certain way, which is the largest part. Then that paves the way for the rest of the baby. But when you're pushing the butt out first and then a leg and then another leg then the body, then arms, it's like you have to work hard for every little piece of the baby. And all the while worry about the cord being compressed and trying to do it fast. Whereas with the head it's usually fine to just let the baby crown for some time while you push it out at your own pace. Some babies have crowned for several hours while mommy takes her time.
Comment by cara sang hee freedman on April 14, 2010 at 2:11pm
that is just amazing! But it must have hurt an amount bigger than a regular birth.
That is a really cute baby, good job!
Comment by antoniho on March 17, 2010 at 7:29am
It is looks very nice and wanderful
Comment by Claudette Coughenour CPM on December 15, 2009 at 2:07am
wow..so when did this baby start breathing? sure looked white and lifeless...sure seemed to leave the baby hanging out past his umbilicus for a really long time...allowing the baby to receive very little oxygen while waiting for his arms and head to slip out without assistance...which never happened...wow...after attending 31 breech babies...I am not impressed...

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