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Does timing of antibiotics administration during C-section surgery further compromise infant's gut microbiota?

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Babies born by C-section have a different microbiota composition compared to vaginally born babies. It is known that disturbed colonization of the baby's gut can negatively impact the development of a baby's immune system, associated with health challenges later in life.

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