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    C-section newborn with amniotic sac intact. The baby still breathes amd feeds from the placenta, and doesn't even "know" he/she has been born yet.

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    Guest Post: Doula-ing for Cesareans

    - Navelgazing Midwife Blog - Guest Post: Doula-ing for Cesareans

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    to read: Powerful Labor, Gentle Cesarean, Breastfed on Operating Table (28 Nov. 2012)

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    Delivered safely by caesarean with his mother's hands. (The date on this is April 2007, but I've never heard of assisted cesareans until now -- ICAN posted it in May 2014. This is in Australia. I am so glad that they emphasized this: "We need to be very clear that this is not a good alternative to a vaginal birth; the caesarean section rate is very high.").

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    A necessary, emergency cesarean. "Ghost White Baby Born Without Any Blood" Feb. 5, 2014 #csection The mom said, "We are thinking God must have a special plan for her. Everyone asked us if we had named her after the situation. We didn't. But it was meant to be." Nguyen agrees. "They say she is a miracle. Her name is very appropriate.""

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    baby's hand grabs doctor's finger while she's still inside her mom. #birth #cesarean #csection (this video shows the photo, plus the parents talking about it)

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    21 things not to do after having a c-section

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    Cesarean Awareness -- post by Kristen of Birthing Beautiful Ideas

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    Why cesareans are a big deal to you, your wife, and your daughter {vbacfacts.com} ". . . Women are entitled to accurate, honest data explained in a clear, easy to understand format (18). They don’t deserve to have the risks exaggerated by an OB who wishes to coerce them into a repeat cesarean nor do they deserve to have risks sugar-coated or minimized by a midwife or birth advocate who may not understand the facts or whose zealous desire for everyone to VBAC clouds their judgement (19-20)."

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    Why cesareans are a big deal to you, your wife, and your daughter {vbacfacts.com} ". . . Women are entitled to accurate, honest data explained in a clear, easy to understand format (18). They don’t deserve to have the risks exaggerated by an OB who wishes to coerce them into a repeat cesarean nor do they deserve to have risks sugar-coated or minimized by a midwife or birth advocate who may not understand the facts or whose zealous desire for everyone to VBAC clouds their judgement (19-20)."

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    A Supported TOLA2C Cesarean Birth Story

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    Amazing C-section birth video

    Amazing C section birth video

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    {abcnews.go.com} Placenta Accreta: Multiple C-Sections Can Kill Mother. By SUSAN DONALDSON JAMES April 18, 2011

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    skin-to-skin after cesarean

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    Incredible video of a Cesarean Birth!

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    Wow, I've never seen an image of the Savior like this. A pinner had it on her art board and wrote, "Such a great picture to keep in your mind on surgery days." Could be helpful to cesarean moms.

    Photo by Esmeralda Luna

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    The epigenetic jury is still out on C-sections. A new scientific field investigates delivery methods. {by Laura Geggel, June 12, 2012}

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    hypnobabies c-section birth story

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    scars

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    ICAN (International Cesarean Awareness Network)

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    cesarean section- born in the caul! amazing photo! media-cdn7.pinter... s_neunuebel doula birth newborn information

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    W. Eugene Smith, Country Doctor Ernest Ceriani in a dazed state of exhaustion, having a cup of coffee in the hospital kitchen at 2 a.m. after performing a cesarean section where the baby & the mother died due to complications.Kremmling, CO, US, September 20, 1948. LIFE Magazine.

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    Brochure Design for International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN)

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    Little Manda's third birth story

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