Helping nature: Inducing labor avoids cesarean for some moms


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Sorry, America's study.


Those studies are always bad. They have neo-empiric statistics. We have a problem with their fake study in France. They don't take human behavior or lesser hospital quality into account. What you have is in the best condition possible in the richest USA. They don't take environment lesser controls when you are not in the study path and with a tired medic team.

This looks like a serious study but it is not. In america everything is about money. If they did not take it into account, then, you can be sure, the big buck are at the rendez-vous point.

Firth birthing mom are often young. They don't have the old wise to say a doctor or a male : "get lost, this was wrong". In France, most second birth mom goes with doula and nature after butchery.


To conclude ...

And in a medic environment, you are just a cow to be opened and relieved. This solution is to be avoided unless you have a real medical problem to be forced in it.



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