Newborn babies born with cesarean section may be worth rubbing in with their mother's vagina, as they encounter potentially useful bacteria that are naturally born in the vagina.
This is used to boost the immune system of puppy babiesAccording to a study by NYU Langone experts in New York, it is not yet known whether this type of protection protects babies from diseases such as asthma, but it can certainly represent a form of protection against minor infections. bacteria, including the skin, eyes, intestine and vagina, this system gives the human body mikrobiomot. According to research published in the journal Nature Medicine, it is important that during the initial period, passing through the birth canal, the immune system of the nascent organism "learns" which are useful and pathogenic bacteria.
"Babies born with cesarean section are not associated with vaginal bacteria, but this useful source of bacteria can be lost later, so the baby's immune system will definitely be stronger," says lead researcher. Maria Dominguez-Bello, an assistant professor at NYU Langone.
Gregory Buck Microbiologists and Professors of Immunology say that babies born with vaginal cones are given a less intense smear, but nothing more: asthma, allergies, obesity and autoimmune diseases are more common in infant babieswhich, according to some experts, may be due to the lack of early immunization.
Eighteen infants and mothers participated in the study: seven were born vaginally and 11 were programmed for cesarean section. This is how a goblet baby received a thumb smear after childbirth. Further deduction of further findings will require extensive research by professionals.