Whichever way you look at it, having a c section is a major operation and it is actually classed as major abdominal surgery, so it’s not something to be taken lightly.

Yet many women and doctors opt for a planned c section in preference to a natural birth.

There are many reasons for this, not least of all the fact that surgical procedures and hospital staff have become so good at their jobs, that it may in many cases be considered to be the safest and easiest option. It can be planned for a particular time on a certain day, after lunch for a busy surgeon for example.

But there may also be slightly more underhand reasons for many women being steered towards this decision. The article here discusses this theory in greater detail, but be warned reading this my shock you – planned c section

 

If you’re going to give birth by c section, then unfortunately there will be a scar. The very nature of the operation means that the skin and underlying tissues will need to be cut and then repaired and stitched together.

The extend to which your c section scar is noticeable will depend on the type of incision made, your health and the care and attention you give to the area after the operation.

A c section is a very standardised operation these days, but occasionally things can go wrong.

If you get through with no complications or unexpected surprises you can expect…

To read more about the topic of caesarean births and the scar left after the operation, go here now – c section scar

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