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Cesarean sections are often performed when a baby is going to be born early. Likewise, sometimes labor is induced when a woman’s water breaks too early in the pregnancy. However, two new studies suggest that these common practices may, in fact, not benefit babies.
This video should be seen by every woman who is planning to give birth by cesarean, and by every doctor who does cesareans. (Video contains graphic depictions of cesarean section.)Comments / Add a comment
I tell my clients that the greatest predictor of whether they’re going to have an episiotomy is whether their provider performs episotomies.
Is the greatest predictor of whether you deliver by cesarean whether your doctor does a lot of cesareans? Do you know your provider’s cesarean rate? Your hospital’s?Comments / Add a comment