Cesarean Sectionor Vaginal Delivery
Is Cesarean selected Because of The fears of giving the nature a chance to run its course.
The cesarean rate has reached a rate as high as 46 %of all births in IRI.
In contrast to this Increasing Trend: . There is a general lack of concern, increasing number of women planning for elective primary cesareans, hospitals actually beginning to design units to accommodate increasing rate of cesarean section. Lack of interests to Labor Wards
Cesarean Section Versus Normal Vaginal Delivery
Known endpoint Avoidance of posttermpregnancy Reduction in risk of postpartum hemorrhage Reduction of risks associated with unplanned surgery Prevention of late stillbirth Reduction in nonrespiratory neonatal disorders Reduction in risk of pelvic floor injury
Potential Disadvantages Longer recovery period Increased maternal morbidity Increased risk of neonatal respiratory problems Increased neonatal mortality
Risks in future pregnancies Increased risk of placenta previa and accreta Increased risk of uterine rupture Complications from multiple abdominal surgeries