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Journal of Health Education Research & Development

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Articles On Cesarean Section

A cesarean delivery is usually necessary when a vaginal delivery would put the baby or mother in danger. Reasons for this might include obstructed labor, twin pregnancy, high vital sign within the mother, breech delivery, or problems with the placenta or duct. A cesarean delivery could also be performed based upon the form of the mother's pelvis or history of a previous C-section. A trial of childbirth after C-section could also be possible. The World Health Organization recommends that cesarean delivery be performed only medically necessary. A C-section is that the surgical delivery of a baby that involves making incisions within the mother's wall and uterus.  Plus, moms can head home sooner and recover quicker after a vaginal delivery.

But C-sections can help women who are in danger for complications avoid dangerous delivery-room situations and may be a lifesaver in an emergency.

C-sections are done by obstetricians (doctors who look after pregnant women before, during, and after birth) and a few family physicians.

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