Cesarean Deception: How Doctors Scam Women and Risk Their Lives for Profit.

Doctors are deliberately ordering nurses to administer massive amounts of the drug Pictosin so they can distress the baby as an excuse to perform and profit from performing a cesarean section.

In 1996, 1 in 5 babies were delivered via c-section in the United States, and today that figure has climbed to about 1 in 3, driving up the costs of childbirth by $3 billion annually.

As you can see in the table below, cesarean sections are being done at a rate today that is greater than ever.

Why might that be?  Because doctors are paid EXTRA money for performing births by cesarean section, regardless if they are needed or not. [emphasis added]
 

Published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, a paper written by economists Erin Johnson and M. Marit Rehavi calculated that doctors make a few hundred dollars more for a C-section compared to a vaginal delivery, and a hospital might make a few thousand dollars more.  These points need to be repeated: Doctor’s are paid cash incentives to slice open women’s vaginas even if they don’t need it, and often this is exactly what happens.

How Doctors Scam Women and Risk Their Lives for Profit.

There is a disturbing tactic that some doctors are using to enable themselves to perform cesarean sections on pregnant victims, and it comes at an enormous financial, physically and emotionally traumatic cost to the mother and her baby.

In an interview, author Jeanice Barcelow reveals that when pregnant mothers undergo induced labor, doctors give them a drug called Cytotec - an unapproved drug that doctors are using to induce labor which clearly states on its red warning label that it should not be used on pregnant women.

Step 1 – Chemically Rupture the Amneotic Sack with Cytotec:

Cytotec used on pregnant mothers to induce labor is causing ruptured uterus’ and a condition called amneotic fluid embolism, where the amneotic fluid leaks into the blood stream of the mother, and when it makes its way to the heart she dies instantly of a heart attack.

The Amneotic Sack is what surrounds the baby in the uterus, and protects it from powerful contractions during birth.  So what do doctors do?  They chemically rupture the amneotic sack with Cytotec, so the baby has no protection, and what happens next will disturb you even further.

Step 2 – Cause Robust Contractions to Squeeze the Baby into Distress with Pictosin:

Now that the baby’s protection from contractions (amneotic sack) is broken, doctors then inject the drug Pictosin into them, which creates extra-violent contractions and causes extreme pain and distress for both the mother and (now unprotected!) baby.  The uterus has officially been turned into a trash compactor instead of a birth canal.

In addition to Cytotec, women are given a drug called pictosin, which is a synthetic version of oxytocin that creates extremely powerful contractions.  Naturally produced oxytocin is a hormone produced by the human body to induce feelings of love and bonding.  Oxytocin allows men and women to bond in a loving marriage, and husband and wife to bond with their baby during childbirth.  It is also responsible for promoting the production of colostrum by women so they can begin breastfeeding. 

Synthetic oxytocin has a different effect on the body, and when a birthing mother is injected with synthetic oxytocin, her brain is tricked into not producing much of the natural version of the hormone.  The result is that the mother will have a very difficult time bonding with her baby.  So by administering Pictosin, mother-and-baby bonding is damaged, breastfeeding is damaged, and it creates unnaturally powerful contractions that squeeze and damage the now-unprotected baby.

Contractions in a natural birth come and then peak within 20 seconds, then fade away so the mother can rest, then repeat.  With Pictosin, extremely intense contractions come, one after another, with no rest in between whatsoever for the mother or baby.  These intense contractions are painful for both the mother and baby, and often leave women begging for epidurals to relieve the pain.

Author Jeanice Barcelow has stated that some nurses are blogging about what they call ‘picked to distress’, where doctors are ordering them to give birthing mothers so much pictosin that the baby will purposefully be put into distress so that they can move more quickly to cesarean section.

Step 3 - Screw a Heart Rate Monitor Into the Baby's Head.

During the induction procedure, a heart rate monitor is screwed directly into the soft spot of the baby’s head.  So now, while the mother is contracting off-the-charts from the large dose of the drug Pictosin, the heart rate monitor screwed into the top of the baby’s head is being pulled and tugged on.  This procedure has a powerful and long lasting traumatic imprint on the human being and it often leads to the person not wanting others to touch his or her head later on in life.

Step 4 – Cut the Baby Out

The woman is now sliced open, hands are inserted into her vagina and the baby is pulled out.

Conclusion

First of all, we need to educate ourselves about the horrors happening to our women and children in hospitals, so re-post this article.

Secondly, the National Health Services in the UK has urged all low-risk pregnant women to avoid hospital births because there are too many dangerous medical interventions at hospitals that you could either be asked or forced to accept against your will.  We need to adhere to this advice, and when we educate ourselves enough that we can confidently vacate all hospitals, the game is over.  We win, and humanity can begin to heal.

As Author Jeanice Barcelo has written:

Hospitals are are places of death, toxicity, extreme trauma: the most unsafe place to give birth.”

The amount of pregnant mothers that the National Health Services have urged to avoid hospital births is 45%, but in my estimation this number should be no less than 100%.  Protect yourself, protect your family, and stay as far away from hospitals as you possibly can.

Source: Endalldisease.com

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