Effects of Early Mother-Infant Separation One Year Later


Background: A tradition of separation of the mother and baby after birth still persists in many parts of the world, including some parts of Russia [and the USA -rw], and often is combined with swaddling of the baby. The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare possible long-term effects on mother-infant interaction of practices used in the delivery and maternity wards, including practices relating to mother-infant closeness versus separation.

Methods:A total of 176 mother-infant pairs were randomized into four experimental groups: Group I infants were placed skin-to-skin with their mothers after birth, and had rooming-in while in the maternity ward. Group II infants were dressed and placed in their mothers’ arms after birth, and roomed-in with their mothers in the maternity ward. Group III infants were kept in the nursery both after birth and while their mothers were in the maternity ward. Group IV infants were kept in the nursery after birth, but roomed-in with their mothers in the maternity ward. Equal numbers of infants were either swaddled or dressed in baby clothes. Episodes of early suckling in the delivery ward were noted. The mother-infant interaction was videotaped according to the Parent-Child Early Relational Assessment (PCERA) 1 year after birth.

Results:The practice of skin-to-skin contact, early suckling, or both during the first 2 hours after birth when compared with separation between the mothers and their infants positively affected the PCERA variables maternal sensitivity, infant’s self-regulation, and dyadic mutuality and reciprocity at 1 year after birth. The negative effect of a 2-hour separation after birth was not compensated for by the practice of rooming-in. These findings support the presence of a period after birth (the early “sensitive period”) during which close contact between mother and infant may induce long-term positive effect on mother-infant interaction. In addition, swaddling of the infant was found to decrease the mother’s responsiveness to the infant, her ability for positive affective involvement with the infant, and the mutuality and reciprocity in the dyad.

Conclusions:Skin-to-skin contact, for 25 to 120 minutes after birth, early suckling, or both positively influenced mother-infant interaction 1 year later when compared with routines involving separation of mother and infant.


Silly babies, they don’t understand medical protocols.

This is not new knowledge.   Horse and other animal trainers have been applying this principle for centuries.

I have an idea: let’s  induce delivery on demand (miscarriage) with pitocin (life-threatening IMPRINTED trauma and perceived maternal rejection 1) immediately clamp that untidy umbilical cord (depriving the baby of oxygen and blood and forcing gasping into  blood-starved and virgin lungs, resulting in subtle brain damage and months of anemia: life-threatening imprinted trauma 2), http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2019/02/medical-research-rediscovers-harm-of-immediate-cord-clamping/ “swaddle” the baby in a sensory deprivation and immobilizing straight jacket (psychological torture, trauma 3), put it in an “isolette” (seriously, that’s what it’s called) so s/he can sob in misery while the mother is begging to hold her baby, and if it’s lucky enough to be born a male in the klingon empire, after awhile you can tie him down to a circumstraint, masturbate him to get an erection ( http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2013/07/teaching-sadomasochism-in-the-obstetrical-ward/ ) and then slowly and carefully slice open, peel back, gently crush in a vise and cut off the most sensitive part of his body.   Without anesthetic, of course.   Just a little sado-masochistic torture and sensory/ecstacy lobotomy.   http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/06/yet-more-research-on-circumcision-and-mind-control/ All while the baby’s brain is exploding with new neural connections.   I wish I was making this stuff up.

Eventually the survivor will be returned to the traumatized mother whose hormones are so messed up by pitocin, epidurals and constant medical harassment she can’t breast feed so the baby has to suck fluoridated and aluminized industrial effluent from a plastic nipple (depriving it of essential fatty acids, bonding hormones, immunity builders, probiotics and they don’t know what else) until it’s ready to start eating at mcdonalds.

And that’s just for starters.   All this physical and psychological trauma sets off a cascade of physical and psychological problems that result in life-long financial harvesting for the medical establishment.  Look at the wikipedia entry for “hispanic paradox”.

Also see http://members.tranquility.net/~rwinkel/MGM/birthUSA3.html

And then there’s the impact of genital mutilation on marital dysfunction and divorce rates, and imprinted trauma on parenting and empathic behaviors.

This is how it’s been done in this country for decades.  Only now in response to losing business to midwives are these brainwashed psychopaths ( http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2017/05/medical-psychopath-school-diary-of-a-3rd-year-medical-student/ ) grudgingly starting to adapt their business to rising public consciousness.   But the vaccination scam is still resulting in brain damage and immune dysfunction.  http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2017/03/the-vaccine-discovery-that-destroyed-judy-mikovitzs-career/

This is a massive social control psyop.  Satanism is perpetuated by the intergenerational repetition of trauma.  Satanists are re-enacting their own trauma and misery and some of them become doctors.

American medicine is a satanist factory.   It’s just good business.

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