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    An_246910 posted:
    My daughter delivered 3 days ago. Healthy boy 6lb 7oz, 20in. After a 3 day labor, 1 epidoral, then c-section,. now baby and mom have infection, and baby is being transported 6 hr;s away, to another hosp. Mom & dad are on the way by car. Help,any one. G-ma
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hello Anon -

    I am sorry to hear you and your family are going through this. I can't imagine having to relocate to another hospital so far away right after delivery.

    I may be able to provide you with more information if you can let us know what type of infection they have.

    Take Care,
    Elizabeth
    Elizabeth
    ~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown


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