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General Anesthesia - fluoride based? hmm


Referring back to Trapper's post, this has really got me going....

1. Regarding C-section deliveries 1950s....anesthesia was a given. Two of my three siblings, and myself, delivered by this route in 1950s (note "delivered", not "borne"). Marked personality differences between my mother's only vaginal-born child to live and her three C-section delivered children. C-sectioners with lots of "issues" - 'deer in the headlights' look in family pictures that vaginal-born child does not have....was it birth order, or something else? Neither C-section girl (two of us) developed breast tissue at puberty or thereafter, leading to many, many issues in our mammocentric culture, although mother with huge breasts and vaginal-born daughter with normal breast size at puberty and as an adult.

There are some (at birthpsychology.com and Cesarean Voices) that have been discussing the differences between those delivered by C-section and those born vaginally. I know there were also plenty of women - too many - who were completely anesthetized for their vaginal births for several decades during the 20th Century, leaving the newborn to "imprint" with medical staff, since mom was off in never-never land. How does that work for the bonding process mom? Some have suggested that all this anesthesia at birth (Birth Imprint first hour of life) set many up for drug/substance abuse addictions in our culture.

Lots of questions. Did load of fluoride based anesthesia (if, in fact, this is the case) at our C-section deliveries disrupt our endocrine systems for life? Now, I'm scared. This is yet another piece of the puzzle. Only between 1-5% of babies were delivered by this route up until 70s or 80s. Not sure how long epidurals, saddle blocks, etc, have been in use for deliveries, but don't think newborn is going to get quite as much of this type of anesthesia and are they fluoride-based as well?

Have a friend who is a nurse anesthetist who told me of the professions who have the highest rate of drug addiction/suicide, dentists and anesthesiologists are pretty high up, if not at the top. I figured dentist statistics were because of being exposed to all the heavy metals used in the profession. Are anesthesia statistics from being inadvertently exposed to a lot of fluoride products??? Oh my.....
 

 
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