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Vaginal Delivery Should Be an Option after Multiple Cesareans

According to the study conducted by Dr. Mark B. Landon of Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health, Columbus, it was found that it was not risky// to attempt vaginal delivery for a woman who has had multiple C-sections done. The study results were published in the journal Obs...

Patience during stalled labor can avoid many C-sections, UCSF study shows

...Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, and senior author on the paper. "One third of all first-time cesareans are performed due to active-phase arrest during labor, which contributes to approximately 400,000 surgical births per year," said Caughey, who is affi...

Insurance Companies Rejecting Women With History of Cesarean

... a prior cesarean are being encouraged and often coerced into having repeat cesareans by their doctors and hospitals that have banned vaginal birth after cesarea...whose mission is to improve maternal-child health by preventing unnecessary cesareans through education, providing support for cesarean recovery and promoting va...

Cesarean Section May Increase Infant Mortality Rates in Low-Risk Women

...bserving the rapid growth in the number of primary cesareans to mothers without a medical indication," says lead researcher Marian MacDorman. While timely cesareans in response to medical conditions have proven to b... different phenomenon- a growing number of primary cesareans without a reported medical indication. Although th...
Cesareans in Biological News

Repeat C-section before 39 weeks raises risk of neonatal illness

...ed vaginal births after cesarean. Because elective cesareans can be scheduled to accommodate patient and physic...iratory distress. Because nearly 40 percent of the cesareans performed in the United States each year are repea...ge study to describe the timing of elective repeat cesareans and assess its relationship with the risk of vario...
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