Low Birth Weight

TweetSharePinShare0 SharesLOW BIRTH WEIGHT Low birth weight in babies is a condition whereby baby weighs much less than 2.5kg at the time of birth. Anything less than 2.5kg is a low birth weight. The averaged weight of a baby is about 3.5kg, although 2.5kg to 4.5kg is still considered normal. In extreme cases the baby’s weight …

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C-section is not an equal substitute for vaginal birth

TweetSharePinShare0 Shares C-section is the delivery of a child by cutting through the belly and uterus (womb) rather than through the vagina. C-section is not an equal substitute for vaginal birth. Cesarean rate is on the increase worldwide and remains a cause for concern considering the risks associated with the procedure. There is no doubt …

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