Nowadays, children come to this world in two ways: pregnant women can deliver their babies through the natural vaginal birth or through a performed surgical delivery known as Caesarean Section. Nonetheless, the ultimate goal for anyone is to safely deliver healthy and strong baby.
C-sections are always beforehand planned mainly because of medical reasons. Often, natural birth is avoided if the expecting mother has to deliver twins or other multiple babies where her life and the babies’ lives are in stake. If the pregnant woman suffers from diabetes or high blood pressure then she would definitely undergo to this procedure.
Furthermore, the future mom will choose C-section if she wants to avoid infections such as HIV or herpes, or if she is having placenta issues. However, there are ladies who do not want to experience the pain of natural birth, and for that reason choose the C-section. Like any surgery there are involved risks that have to be considered.
If you are expecting or you have someone in your family watch the following video, and see the differences between a natural birth and C-section.