C-Section Delivery

Cesarean delivery, also called c-section, is surgery to deliver a baby. The baby is taken out through the mother's abdomen. Most cesarean births result in healthy babies and mothers.

What are the Reasons for c-sections ?

The mother is carrying more than one baby (twins, triplets, etc.)
The mother has health problems including HIV infection, herpes infection, and heart disease.
The mother is carrying more than one baby (twins, triplets, etc.)
The mother has dangerously high blood pressure.
The mother has problems with the shape of her pelvis.
There are problems with the placenta.
There are problems with the umbilical cord.
There are problems with the position of the baby, such as breech.
The baby shows signs of distress, such as a slowed heart rate.
The mother has had a previous cesarean delivery.

Cesarean Delivery What to Expect?

Learning about c-sections is important for all women who are pregnant. Whether it is planned or comes up during labor, it can be a positive birth experience for many women. The overview that follows will help you to know what to expect during a nonemergency c-section.

Before surgery

During surgery After surgery

Return from C-Section Delivery to Giving Birth

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