Why would you need a cesarean section? What are the pain relief options? What is the recovery time? Learn the basics about cesarean sections.

You Simply Will NOT Believe the Story of These Triplets!

Sarah and Bill Imbierowicz wanted to be parents but it proved to be a mission easier said than done. They turned to in vitro fertilization (IVF) but that didn't really work as expected. ... read more »

Top Childbirth Fears: Questions and Answers

There are so many worries and concerns when it comes being pregnant, with perhaps the largest surrounding what might potentially happen during labor and delivery. Knowledge is power so we compiled top worries about labor and delivery along with information on how to conquer them! ... read more »

Cesarean Scar Defect (CSD)

A cesarean scar defect (CSD), is also known as a "deficient uterine scar" or "scar ... read more »

Cesarean Section Delivery Calculator

The calculator below calculates your chances having a cesarean delivery based on your age, whether this is your first baby or not, and whether labor is induced. ... read more »

12 Reasons Why This Blogger Mom Loves Her C-Section

Kathryn Kefauver Goldberg describes herself as a "writer, blogger, twin mom" and she suggests that cesarean-section deliveries (C-sections) are misunderstood. ... read more »

Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Section - VBAC

There is something intangibly important about giving birth to a baby vaginally and after having a c-section, the woman may choose to try a vaginal birth for her next child. ... read more »

I’m Super Glad I Had Three C-Sections

There are times when I look back at my pregnancy years and think about the fact that I was never able to experience natural childbirth. ... read more »

Planned Repeat Cesareans Are Safer Than Vaginal Births

In Australia, researchers have published new findings in PLoS Medicine that claim planned C-sections may be the safest option for mot ... read more »

Factors Affecting Your Cesarean Scar

While you might not be scared about the operation, you might have thought about the scar. Most likely, your surgeon will create an incision horizontally right above your bikini line. It will be closed with staples or stitches after the operation is complete. ... read more »