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Caesarean Section

Caesarean Section

C-section or cesarean delivery is a procedure of childbirth in which the doctor delivers an infant through an incision in the mother's abdomen and uterus instead of doing it through the vagina. Many women choose C-section when the doctor predicts that vaginal birth would present a risk of harming the mother or child in any way.

Reasons for Choosing C-section Delivery:

  • Unprogressive labor
  • Multiple gestations (twins or triplets)
  • Emergency or severe health concern of the fetus
  • Hydrocephalus, or excess fluid on the brain in the fetus
  • The breech or transverse position of the fetus
  • In case the baby is too large to come out through the cervix
  • In case the mother has contagious virus-like herpes or HIV that carries the risk of transmitting to the infant through a vaginal birth
  • Complicating conditions of the mother, such as diabetes or high blood pressure
  • Uterine condition or a fibroid obstructing the cervix in the mother
  • Anomalies in the placenta or umbilical cord
  • Previous C-section birth of the mother
  • Maternal choice
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