Can I Have A Cesarean Section After A Myomectomy?
During a myomectomy, one or many incisions are made into the uterus, the myoma is cut out, and the defects are sutured. Can I have a cesarean section after myomectomy? ... read more »
It's an amazing experience to bring a baby into the world, so it's normal for pregnant women to look forward to giving birth. ... read more »
How Bad Does Labor Really Hurt?
The million-dollar-question many pregnant women want answered is about the truth behind labor pain. Labor pain, like all other forms of pain, cannot be described in a way that pertains to all pregnant women. ... read more »
C-Section Rates Vary Widely Among US Hospitals
C-section deliveries are more expensive and risky than vaginal deliveries and C-section rates have risen by nearly 12% from 1996 to 2011. ... read more »
Natural Birth Boosts Brain Proteins
There are definitive medical reasons for scheduling a C-section delivery. Many of these reasons ultimately help reduce the risk of labor complications or the C-section is used as an emergency delivery option if fetal complications are observed. ... read more »
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