Unnecessary C Sections increase the risk of Mother

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Unnecessary C Sections increase the risk of Mother

In 2011, one in three U.S. births was by C-section (a birth through an incision in the abdominal wall and uterus, rather than through the vagina), which marked a 60 percent increase from 1996. Although cesarean birth can be life-saving for the baby and/or the mother in many cases, the rapid increase in cesarean birth rates raises concern that cesarean delivery is overused without clear evidence of improved maternal or newborn outcomes. According to the report, the death rate is three times higher in mothers who have C-sections, compared with those who deliver vaginally.Performing  C- sections on mothers who have not yet experienced contractions causes an increased risk in respiratory problems in their babies.

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