There are reasons why considering a C-section if you are a first time mother over the age of 35 can be beneficial. Even if you are in prime physical condition, the chances of having a complication free delivery can increase by opting for a cesarean.
A cesarean section, or C-section, involves delivering a baby surgically. Primarily, a C-section is used to protect the health of the mother and baby. Here’s a look at the reasons cesarean section might be necessary.
Even if this is not your first time giving birth, you may be wondering about the benefits and risks of C-sections and natural births. Here are the pros and cons of each to help you decide your birthing process.
Cesarean section or C-section deliveries involve delivering an infant through a surgical incision made on the mother's abdomen. Many mothers have questions about the scar that develops after the procedure.
Delivering twins or even more than two babies at a time can be a unique experience to say the least. Luckily, others have gone through labor and delivery with more than one child and you can learn from them.
Even the safest medical procedures carry a few risks, but there are some that are more dangerous than others. From breast reductions to circumcision, we take a look at ten of the riskiest treatments around.