Study Suggests C-Section and Induced Births on the Decline in the U.S. New research indicates that the rate of late preterm and early term births by C-section or labor induction has declined as experts warn of the risk of birth injury. Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the study was conducted by a […]To Repeat C-Section or Not to Repeat C-Section? That is the Question
To Repeat C-Section or Not to Repeat C-Section? That is the Question If you delivered your first born via C-section, are there risks in delivering your second child vaginally vs. repeat C-section. A study out of the University of Aberdeen in the UK suggests there could be. Once a baby is delivered by C-section, a second child […]U.K. Zoo Delivers Baby Gorilla After Rare C-Section
U.K. Zoo Delivers Baby Gorilla After Rare C-Section Mothers often are affected by pregnancy complications, including preeclampsia and delivery by cesarean section—even in the animal kingdom. Bristol Zoo Gardens in the U.K. recently welcomed a baby gorilla born via cesarean after her mother Kera showed signs of preeclampsia. The female infant is a rarity; one of […]
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