001) were significantly higher in multiple repeat cesarean section
group compared to control group.
(CS) has become much safer over the years, but it cannot replace vaginal delivery in terms of low maternal and neonatal morbidity and less cost1, this statement holds true especially for the developing countries where maternal and perinatal mortality rates are unacceptably high2.
This study was done to compare the effect of early oral feeding versus delayed oral feeding after cesarean section
in terms of time of return to bowel movement, to regular diet, duration of intravenous fluids, hospital stay and post operatively gastrointestinal effects.
Postoperative cesarean section
morbidity: a prospective study.
Private hospitals are doling out cesarean sections
to pregnant women as a way to get more money," he said.
Her first cesarean section
was done for Cephalopelvic Disproportion (CPD).
Furthermore, sending useful educational materials through post, telephone or internet messages seems to be effective in influencing their husbands and other close relatives of pregnant mothers for reducing elective cesarean sections
Among the medical conditions that were observed to cause complications during pregnancy were pre-pregnancy, gestational diabetes and having one or more previous cesarean sections
A 37-year-old pregnant woman who had previously delivered a healthy boy by cesarean section
was advised to have a vaginal delivery for this pregnancy.
On the conference's third day, the panel issued a report stating that there was "insufficient evidence to evaluate fully the benefits and risks" of cesarean sections
requested by women.
Fear of childbirth in combination with counseling may increase the rate of elective cesarean sections
, whereas fear without treatment may have a negative impact on the subsequent experience of childbirth.
Today, newer, less invasive tests and greater use of prenatal counseling can help women better assess their risk of giving birth to a child with serious problems; more women are delivering via cesarean section
than ever before; and a new specialty--fetal surgery--has evolved to correct certain abnormalities like some types of spina bifida even before babies are born.