C-section


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Synonyms for C-section

the delivery of a fetus by surgical incision through the abdominal wall and uterus (from the belief that Julius Caesar was born that way)

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Is it true that having a C-section will reduce my future fertility?
Just because your first baby was delivered by C-section doesn't mean your second has to be, too.
Furthermore, the total range of bacteria among those born by c-section was also lower than that of their vaginally delivered peers during the first two years of life.
In this case it seems that one factor, maternal pregnancy weight, caused both the increased need for C-sections and the children's obesity, not that C-sections caused an increased risk of childhood obesity.
We know that babies born by C-section take a longer time to assemble a normal gut bacterial ecology, and that ecology is critical in early immune system development.
C-Section is headquartered in Istanbul and has a workforce of about 40.
And the new RehaBellyTation C-Section recovery kit includes the C-section sheets and Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy.
Keywords: C-section, perinatal morbidity, age of gestation.
Doctors know the circumstances where a C-section is needed, and they're saving lives by using it.
I'M shocked that Victoria Beckham has booked a C-section for the arrival of her longawaited first baby girl.
In the new study, Brazilian researchers found that among more than 2,000 23- to 25-year-olds, 15 per cent of those delivered via C-section were obese compared to 10 per cent of those born naturally.
A woman in her third trimester of pregnancy was gunned down in the middle of the street by her lover and the baby was delivered through an emergency C-section.
A 16-YEAR-OLD PATIENT delivered a baby by C-section, which proceeded uneventfully.
Agence France Presse, the French news agency, quotes medical officials as estimating about 40 percent of children in Iran are born by C-section, but the percentage in the capital is as high as 50 percent and it is greater than 60 percent in some provinces, including Esfahan and Gilan.
Elective cesarian section increases by up to fourfold the risk of respiratory morbidity in babies delivered at 37-39 weeks of gestation, compared with babies delivered vaginally or by emergency C-section at the same gestational age.