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C-Section-Cesarean

C-section or cesarean section, is surgery to deliver a baby through a surgical cut (incision) made in the mother’s belly area. You may need a C-section if you have pregnancy complications or an infection that can spread to the baby during vaginal delivery, or if your baby is in an abnormal position or shows signs of distress during labor. Or you’ve had a previous C-section and aren’t considering vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC). Often, however, the need for a first-time C-section doesn’t become obvious until labor is underway.

What is a scheduled C-section

Emergency Cesarean

How a Cesarean Section Is Done

Risk factors of a C-section

Long-term risks of Cesarean section

What to Consider before C-section

Recovery after Cesarean

How it feels after C-section

When to breastfeed after C-section

Taking care at home after C-section

When to call a doctor after Cesarean

 

Membrane sweep Induction

 


 

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References:

http://www.babycentre.co.uk/what-is-a-membrane-sweep

http://www.pregnancybirthbaby.org.au/stretch-and-sweep

http://www.netmums.com/pregnancy/labour-and-birth/what-happens-in-labour/having-a-membrane-sweep

americanpregnancy.org/labor-and-birth/inducing-labor/

http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/inducing-labor

americanpregnancy.org/labor-and-birth/inducing-labor/

http://www.webmd.com/baby/c-section-directory

http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/c-section/basics/definition/prc-20014571

http://www.babycenter.com/0_c-sections-giving-birth-by-cesarean-section_160.bc?page=2

http://www.pregnancybirthbaby.org.au/caesarean

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