A cesarean section is also called a c-section. Most babies are delivered naturally through vagina canal. In fact, doctors do not prefer to give C-section to women, because natural birth giving method is generally the best way to conceive. Natural birth conceiving through abdomen requires less healing time for the mother. More...

Fetal Monitoring Prior To C Section

Fetal Monitoring Prior C Section

      A cesarean is also known as c-section where the birth is done by making a surgical incision first in the abdomen and then in the uterus or womb to allow the baby to be born safely. A c-section is usually done when vaginal birth is considered too risky for the mother and / or for the baby.

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Sex After A C Section

Sex After A C Section

      After you give birth to your baby, you body starts returning or changing back to what it was originally. This period is called the postpartum period and it lasts for approximately 6 weeks. In these 6 weeks, your uterus slowly shrinks in size to what it originally was.

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What To Expect After a C Section Birth ?

What To Expect After A C Section Birth

 

      It is reported that 35 percent women in the United States end up having c-section births. Some women have no idea what to expect after a c-section birth especially if it is their first baby they preparing for.More...

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Uterus Infection And C Section

Uterus Infection And C Section

 

       According to studies conducted by UC San Diego’s Department of Reproductive Medicine, it has been reported that women who have undergone c-sections are 10 times at risk of getting uterus infections. And usually the uterus infection after a c-section manifests itself within 48 hours.

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C Section Recovery

C Section Recovery

C-section or a cesarean is a major surgery and therefore, the c-section recovery needs time and rest. Your doctor will advice you not to lift heavy things or push for the initial 4 to 6 weeks. This means no vacuum cleaning the house, no rearranging furniture or lifting laundry baskets.

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C Section Scarring Problems

C Section Scarring ProblemsA cesarean or a c-section is a major surgery and once it performed there is no doubt that you will have scarring at a result of the operation. Usually a c-section scar heals without any problems but there can be c-section scarring problems if proper care and precautions are not taken.

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Complications Of C Section Incision

Complications Of C Section Incision

    A cesarean birth is the birth of a baby through a surgery. In a cesarean birth, the doctor makes a cut or incision in the belly and then the uterus where the baby is, and then removes the baby. This surgery is called cesarean section or c-section.

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