Medical Bulletin - 23/01/2011 ( Read More.. )
COMPLICATIONS OF PREGNANCY AND DELIVERY UNDER MODERN MEDICAL CARE
       Doctor, Now its been 7 months of pregnancy for me.We didnt follow any stupid things from modern medicine. By God's grace everything is going fine. My doubt is... I heard from my relatives and some old ladies that after delivery, we need to follow some precautions like tying the waist with tight cloth or belt otherwise stomach will become big, walk carefully, sitting position etc etc so many things. Doctor kindly explain me on this.

--By yasmin
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STAY AWAY FROM MEDICAL COMPLICATION OF PREGNANCY
Have a blessed life!
    


Public generally speak what they do not know. Let us get down to the subject pregnancy and its complication. During pregnancy the abdomen is enlarged because of the increasing size of the uterus to accommodate the growing fetus. 


Only after a normal delivery the uterus shrinks to pre-pregnancy size and the abdomen will go back to its original flat position. If the abdomen does not shrink back to its pre pregnancy shape, it indicates the following: that the uterus has been rendered inactive due to intake of poisons by way of medication by allopathy; or uterus has been butchered as happens during caesarean butchering; or brutally and forcibly injuring the birth canal and part of the uterus during the savage act of forceps delivery. Apart from these, there are no other reasons why the abdomen should not go back to its normal shape and size.


Modern medicine does not know anything about health or/and disease; advise by the doctors of tight bandaging of abdomen while the uterus is inactive, energy less, loose, flabby and weary - is the height of absurdity by modern medicine. Bandaging the abdomen is like squeezing the already weary uterus and ovaries from outside the abdomen which mindless mechanical act will cause physical damage to the uterus creating hormonal imbalance affecting the sex hormones, the thyroid gland, the adrenal gland and the pancreas in most women. With this more adverse effects will follow as the allopaths begin to play the role of specialists with the life of women.


Blood pressure and diabetes will ensue sooner than later following the delivery; and there will be unchecked obesity that will never respond to any of their treatment and advice; on the other hand their advise of exercise, anti cholesterol pills and their prescription of dieting will cause further weakness and increase in obesity; and spine, hip and low back pain with increasing weight and heaviness of the body.


Worse still to follow in the latter period of their lives with the combined poisonous treatment of all the specialists of modern medicine is: cancers of the breast, cervix, uterus, ovaries, thyroid gland and the brittleness of the bones and the erosion of bone joints. These are but a few of the innumerable complications that shall develop when a lady goes under the obstetric and gynecological care.  


The only advise to you for now is to be prayerful to god that you will not allow yourself to be preyed and pried upon by the so called specialists. And, have a blessed life that makes you move with the nature's care and live in its splendor. 



To be continued …
 
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