| | plymouth I think u are right
I heard the same theory about 7 years ago. I lost my son of SIDS Oct.1994. I was told by a doctor about the theory of the stem that controls breathing in the back of your neck/head and if I had a rough delivery. I did, they really should have done a c-section on me. My baby came out wrong. The doctor stuck his hands inside of me like I was a cow and tried to turn him. He them tried the suction to turn him and pull him out. He finally came out I had over 100 stitches and the baby was so blue looking. His apgar score the first set were 3 . but he came out of it. I took what seemed a dramatic birth with a grain of salt- I was so happy and overjoyed of the miracle I held in my arms. So I thought that it was normal I was 18 and VERY naive! So 18 hours after my sons birth I was discharged. I was very sore but so happy to bring my seemily healthy son home. he was a VERY healthy baby. 6lbs 1 oz. the only thing he had was junjdice(sl) they had me put him on a light at home 3 days. Well at 4 months old I found my baby in the crib dead. I blame this doctor every day of my life and will always until research says otherwise! He still works at the hosptal I know cause he was going to deliver my baby girl (my doc was out of town) I told the nurses he will never touch me or my babies again! He can take take his *** and his bad BO.( very bad hygeine) and leave out of my room. they gave me another doc. Sorry I am rambling. I just found this forum and really never talk about SIDS to anyone.But I do think u are right.
mommy to 3 beautiful healthy girls!