Abdominal delivery; Abdominal birth; Cesarean section
Most mothers and infants recover well, with few problems.
Women who have C-section deliveries can have a normal vaginal delivery with later pregnancies, depending on the type of C-section performed and the reason the C-section was performed.
Many women who attempt a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) delivery are successful. However, there is a small risk of uterine rupture...Read more
Historically, a Caesarean Section or C-section for short had been performed in emergencies if a mother or baby had trouble during delivery.... Read more »
There has been an ongoing shift in the past several years to a "planned C-section birth" option for women giving birth, as opposed to... Read more »
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