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A new study which included more than 38,000 people from 10 different countries found that children delivered via Cesarean section may have an increased risk of being obese later in life.
According to WomensHealth.gov, the most common surgery undergone by women in the U.S. is childbirth by cesarean section - also known as c-section surgery.
Usually when a baby in the United States is being born everything goes well, although anyone who has been through it knows it’s a significant medical event and can be “exciting” in the ...
What is it going to take to provide better health care for all? This is the question our own U.S. government has been struggling with for several years now.
I am currently 32 weeks pregnant and since the beginning of this pregnancy i have and the doctors have been aware of a large complex ovarian cyst. Currently the cyst measures 13.8mmm x 9mm.
New data shows the birth rate for American teenagers is at a record low, fewer women overall are giving birth and nearly one in every three births is now by cesarean section.
A common complaint after delivering a baby (especially after a Cesarean section surgery) is gas pain discomfort. Many women feel bloated with sharp pains that sometimes radiate up ...
To begin with, yes, many women over 35 have gone on to have very healthy babies and happy pregnancies. With that being said, being pregnant at that age is exciting and scary.
My friend's daughter-in-law just delivered a baby boy. I was surprised when they told me that her physician told her that they are planning to do a cesarean section on her. I asked her why?
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