Attempting a vaginal birth after one or more caesarean deliveries is more dangerous to mother and baby than sticking to the surgical procedure, a new study suggests. Caesareans are one of the most common procedures and on the rise globally.
A mother, 31, has narrated how she was sectioned with crippling postpartum psychosis, going five days without sleep, after her intestines burst out through her C-section. Psychosis is characterized by an impaired relationship with reality. It’s a symptom of serious mental disorders.
A Facebook user, Oluwayemisi Oyeneye Okunowo, shared a story of her friend’s husband who has been angry with her for having their first child via C-section and not vaginally. READ ALSO: Vaginal Birth After Caesarian According to her, the man said the
A Caesarean Section, also known as C-section, is a medical term used to refer to the surgical procedure to deliver one or more babies. A Caesarean section is performed when a vaginal delivery would put the baby or mother at
An Australian woman, Adriana Iliescu, has stunned many after she gave birth at age 62, making her the country’s oldest woman to give birth, local media reported on Wednesday. According to reports from 7 News, Adriana gave birth by C-section at 34
by Everyday with San Dee During my antenatal classes I was very inquisitive. I would always sit in front to participate in everything, ranging from exercises to lectures for the day. One day, when I was going to the hospital,