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Caesarian sections: an overview

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Posted: 29 October 2008
by ThinkBaby

Whether you're facing a possible c-section because of some kind of pregnancy complication, you have decided to go for an elective caesarian, or you simply want to prepare yourself for the possibility that a c-section may become necessary during your labour, then ThinkBaby can help: The articles and forum threads below are packed with advice, experience and support to help make life easier.

And if you've found valuable advice here, or learnt the hard way, then why not share your wisdom with newbies and pass on the tips?

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I had an emergency c-section with my first son (7 years ago) and then was advised to have a c-section with my second son (2 years ago). Although it was only on advice after my first son I was so scared of a repeat I just did not know what to do. I would really love to have a third child byt am put off by yet another c-section, is there anybody out there would has had VBACs + 2, or should I just accept that it is the only way!

Posted: 12/02/2007 at 15:02

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