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Why I Chose an Elective C-Section by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 4:26am This time it�s going to be different! I won�t have as much trouble with pain or a prolonged process. I have an appointment scheduled, so I�ll be fully prepared. Above all, I hope to avoid incontinence and prolapse problems later in my life. I�ve elected to have my baby by caesarean section. Before the procedure: This is my personal choice a ... Read on »
Almost 1 in 3 First-Time Deliveries Now Via C-Section by Medline Plus Posted Mon 30 Aug 2010 1:00pm More must be done to curb the use of the procedure, which comes with risks, experts say Monday, August 30, 2010 MONDAY, Aug. 30 (HealthDay News) -- The rate of cesarean delivery in the United States continues to rise and steps are needed to reverse the trend, a new study finds. From 1996 to 2007 th ... Read on »
To Cesarean or Not To Cesarean, That is the Question! by Deb .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 20 Mar 2010 10:02pm A few weeks ago after a morning prenatal yoga class, three students were left talking about birth options. One student was expressing her strong desire to have a VBAC (“Vaginal Birth After Cesarean”) with her second child, while another, who was also on her second pregnancy, was hoping to have a vaginal twin birth. The third student, a ... Read on »
C-Section, Induced Labor More Common with Epilepsy by Medline Plus Posted Wed 22 Sep 2010 12:46pm Wednesday, September 22, 2010    By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Pregnant women with epilepsy, particularly those on anti-seizure medications, may have higher rates of cesarean section and heavy bleeding after delivery than other women, a new study finds. ... Read on »
Is Obesity Contributing to High C-Section Rates? by Medline Plus Posted Thu 12 Aug 2010 10:18am Thursday, August 12, 2010    By Lynne Peeples NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The larger a pregnant woman is when she checks in on delivery day, the greater her risk of having a cesarean section, suggests a large new study. Nearly one of every ... Read on »
C-Sections Continue 12-Year Climb: U.S. Report by Medline Plus Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 9:00am But overall birth rate dips, possibly because of sagging economy, expert says Monday, December 20, 2010 MONDAY, Dec. 20 (HealthDay News) -- Continuing a 12-year climb, cesarean deliveries reached a record high in 2008, accounting for almost one-third of the births in the United States, ... Read on »
Elective C-Section - Would you do it? by Michelle H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:18pm By Michelle Kennedy Hogan It’s the latest thing. As fashionable as Kabbalah, without all the studying. Madonna did it. So did Elizabeth Hurley. Cesarean section by choice has become almost a fad of sorts. Do Yoga at 8 a.m. Have your baby at 10 a.m. It not only fits your schedule, but your doctor’s and you get the added benefit of avoiding anyt ... Read on »
C-sections : A sea full of problems ! by Varsha Posted Sun 07 Apr 2013 12:00am In India, nearly 70 per cent births in private sector are Ceasareans.In Delhi, Gujarat, Punjab and Tamil Nadu, one-third opt for it.Kerala and Goa top the state charts in India, at nearly 60 per cent C-section births.Eighty per cent of C-sections take place by 5 p.m., peaking before weekends.  Source: British Med Jl, Lancet, WHO, Natl ... Read on »
Katie & Steve's HypnoBirthing C-Section by Carol Yeh-Garner Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 23 Jul 2010 12:27pm Katie & Steve took my HypnoBirthing classes at Babies by The Sea Boutique on Tues nights in May/June 2010. We had our baby boy, Carson, 3.5 weeks early. We hired our doula Kayti Ricker one day before going into labor. I had a mild case of polyhydramnios which means that I had extra amniotic fluid. My Dr. did not mention that pre-term labor ... Read on »
Once a cesarean section, always a C-section? by Wakishea Posted Tue 04 May 2010 3:07am Once a woman has delivered three or more babies by cesarean section -- a surgical cut in the mother's abdominal wall and uterus -- doctors rarely encourage a subsequent vaginal birth.   But new research suggests that women who deliver vaginally after three or more C-sections have similar rates of success and complications as those who under ... Read on »