The Importance Of Paraphrasing A Microbiome
When a baby is born via Cesarean section, they do not get their mother’s natural vaginal microbiota that can help lead to a healthier life. This bacterium helps develop newborn’s own healthy microbiome that they need to function normally and fight infections. Babies born via C-section are at increased risk of obesity, asthma and autoimmune conditions, which are associated with changes in the microbiome. One solution to replace this bacterium is through a technique called vaginal seeding. Paraphrasing Julie Lamppa, who is a Certified Nursing Midwife working for Mayo Clinic— vaginal seeding is the practice of placing gauze inside the vagina of a woman who is having a C-section. After birth, the gauze is then used to wipe the baby’s mouth, face...