In the United States an average 33% of our deliveries are C-sections. Even though there are complications in labors C-sections are not as safe as a regular vaginal birth even when complications arise.
What reasons do women receive as to why they need a C-section?
Often, they’re told there are risks involved with having a vaginal birth after Cesarean. What they don’t tell women is the risks involved with having a C-section.
Women are told the delivery is too slow, so they must perform a C-section which slow delivery is common most of the time.
Lots of C-sections are done because of signs of the baby’s heart. Studies show that peculiar looking heart rhythms on a baby being born result in 99% error and 99% of those babies born turn out to be fine.
Along with a C-section there are many risks involved and sometimes it comes down to the impatience of the medical staff.
Risks of a C-section
- Maternal death
- Heart failure or Cardiac Arrest
- Urgent hysterectomy
- Clots in the blood
- Anesthetic complications
- Wound complications open sores
- Longer stay at Hospital
- Having to be readmitted to the hospital
Not every delivery has to be rushed and there are many risks involved with receiving a C-section. The last thing a Mother should have to worry about during delivery is the health and safety of her and her child.
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Author: Tim Misny | For over 33 years, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in birth injury, medical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving “Cleveland, Akron/Canton, Columbus & Cincinnati, Ohio.” You can reach Tim by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 877-944-4373.