Babies are born with very low levels of vitamin K due to the fact that it doesn't cross the placental barrier in large enough quantities. Newborn infants are routinely given vitamin K shots to ensure that they have enough vitamin K for their blood to clot properly.Forgive me, but I've never heard of a vitamin K shot. What's it for?
Some do, there’s a smallish but present bunch of the type who want a natural third stage and delayed cord clipping (which is fine) then bitch about it not happening when something had to be done (to save someone’s life usually, which is a tiny bit more urgent...)Does the UK have a problem with parents refusing the vitamin K shot? This is becoming increasingly common in the US.
exceptional antivaxers think all shots are TOXINZ and KHEMIKILLZSome do, there’s a smallish but present bunch of the type who want a natural third stage and delayed cord clipping (which is fine) then bitch about it not happening when something had to be done (to save someone’s life usually, which is a tiny bit more urgent...)
There are clusters of this sort of thing, plenty of non vaccinators, hence our alarming measles rates. It’s not hugely common to refuse vitamin K yet but it does happen.
vitamin K is needed for proper clotting. All babies are born a bit deficient so they get a shot. It’s harmless and prevents bleeds in the brain and gut, which while not exactly common common, weren’t rare either. It used to be a cause of death and serious brain injury.
Interesting refusal is on the rise - what’s the ‘reason’?
IM injection shortly after childbirth causes oversensitization and leads to autism. Many such cases! Also they don't like scary-sounding names like propylene glycol being in it. Don't tell them but we put menaquinones in it sometimes too.Interesting refusal is on the rise - what’s the ‘reason’?
That RR though.RESULTS: Among the 282 378 children in the cohort, 99.7% received vitamin K and 0.3% declined. Midwife-assisted deliveries were more likely to be associated with vitamin K refusal compared with physician-attended delivery (risk ratio 8.4, 95% confidence interval [CI] 6.5–11.0). Planned home delivery (risk ratio 4.9, CI 3.8–6.4) or delivery in a birth center (risk ratio 3.6, CI 2.3–5.6) were more likely to result in decline of vitamin K compared with hospital delivery. Vitamin K refusal was associated with a 14.6 (CI 13.9–15.3) higher relative risk of having no recommended childhood vaccines at 15 months.
So did someone actually go out of their way to notify the authorities of his 'collection', or do UK cops seriously waste their time monitoring citizens to see if they upload r34 shit?
If only the Britbong 5-0 spent even half as much time dealing with the sandnigger grooming gangs as they do lolicon spergs.
I was so certain it was going to be the older daughter, but it turned out that a grown-ass adult man was searching for "Male on male gay porn". Is it just me or is that a "Naked woman boobs"-tier search term?The mystery over which family member is searching for "homosexual anime porn" at 12am:
I'm need need of some advice. After work, I sat down to type something in the address bar on Explorer (I was typing Hotmail, to be precise) and as Iwww.mumsnet.com