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While I didn’t know there was mercury in the Coke, I have to be honest and admit that OF COURSE I knew that eating and drinking junk wasn’t good for my baby. 3) Lortab/Acetaminophen while pregnant – I have Fibromyalgia.I can’t believe that there are so many women who choose to deliver via C-section for cosmetic reasons – I won’t elaborate on this one. I’ll be honest; I am still a little bitter about this. My husband and I took the classes; we practiced at home. Here is what I know: My son was exposed to antibiotics while he was in distress during labor.Thirty-six hours of drug-induced hell, and I still ended up with a C-section. He was then exposed for the first two weeks of his life via breast milk.
After several hours of not making progress on the Pitocin drip at low levels, the hospital encouraged me to sign a waiver allowing them to increase the Pitocin to illegal levels.However, I’m pretty sure that I will never forgive myself, for my transgressions are embodied in a beautiful seven-year-old who tells me daily that I am “the best Mom in the universe.” I know the truth. All of these “unforgivable” actions were done with the best of intentions, but we all know what they say about “good intentions” and “the road to hell.” I am admitting here for all the world to see: I gave my son Autism. 2) High-fructose corn syrup – I drank Coca Cola every single day while I was pregnant.I was so incredibly nauseous and it made my stomach feel better.Now, I know this seems absurd, but at the time, I was in incredible pain and was told by hospital staff that it was perfectly safe and was used at these levels all over the country.According to them, Montana just has a very low cap on the highest level allowed. Here is an explanation from an excellent article on that explains the potential risks associated with Pitocin: “In either induced or enhanced use of Pitocin, the blood supply, and therefore the oxygen source to the uterus, is greatly reduced.