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.
Around 90% of all women experience vaginal tears during childbirth. When considering labour and birth, one of the biggest fears for women (other than the pain) is the potential tearing of their perineum that may result in extended recovery time due
Ireyimika Oyegbami In this part of the world, it is common to hear most pregnant women express a wish to birth their babies vaginally. It is only fair to point out that whichever childbirth method applies, birthing a child is
ECV is a procedure used to turn a fetus from a breech position or side-lying (transverse) position into a head-down (vertex) position before labor begins. The procedure is done most often before labor begins, typically around 37 weeks. It is often reserved
A wide variety of speculations abound on the possibility and risks of delivering a baby vaginally after a caesarean birth. These speculations often make most women think having a repeat caesarean is the only or safer option once they have
Please help me as my wife is losing it. My wife gave birth to our first child last year via a Caesarean Section. It was a vertical incision vertical (up to down). She googled this type of incision and found