Why You Should Not Consider Ceaseran Section Unless Otherwise
By ASHEXCLUSIVE | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 1 views
It is the joy of every woman to conceive and give birth safely without any complications. However, during delivery everything doesn't run smoothly as required and one has to undergo a Ceaseran section to deliver the child.
However, some women choose to undergo a Ceaseran section without any indication at all. The following are reasons why you should never consider CS surgery unless indicated:
Requires a grace period of 3 years for the scar to heal completely: As you prefer a CS without any indication you should bear in mind that it will take you almost 3 years for the scar to heal completely to be able to deliver normally without a surgery.
Limited number of CS surgery: The number of the surgery of CS that you could be able to undergo is limited. Mostly it is 3 therefore it is good to deliver normally unless a complication arises to avoid future contraindications.
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