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Getting fit after pregnancy can be complicated

When Amanda Clark returned to her Cross Fit gym two months after an unplanned Caesarean section, she knew she would have an uphill climb to get back to her pre-pregnancy fitness level. What the 36-yea... read more

Tulip Siddiq: ‘I needed a caesarean – instead I was at parliament’

Tulip Siddiq, the Labour MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, with baby son, Raphael. Photograph: Linda Nylind/The Guardian When the Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq found out she was pregnant with her ... read more

Caesarean birth to be broadcast live on Channel 7

More caesareans are being performed than ever before — and it’s not because women are too posh to push, according to one of Melbourne’s leading obstetricians. Dr Grant Skinner said women were electing ... read more

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C-sections by trained health officers a safe alternative

But there is hope: a new study of more than 1200 women who had C-sections in nine Sierra Leone hospitals shows that community health officers with surgical training are a safe alternative to medical d... read more


Lights, camera, baby! Caesarean birth to be shown ‘live’ on TV

Having a baby is daunting at any time, but expectant mum Erine Bougasa will have a national television audience watching her caesarean section. Ms Bougasa, 31, from northwest Sydney, is expected to we... read more

Baby joy! Married At First Sight star welcomes her first child by emergency caesarean

Married At First Sight season three star Jess Wardrop has given birth to her first baby - a daughter called Stevie Marianna. The 34-year-old, who was infamously dumped on her honeymoon by 'TV husband' ... read more

Rise of caesarean births spark concerns

When Abimbola Kayode was pregnant with her first child, she made a decision that shook her family. She opted for a caesarean section (CS). She had no medical condition to necessitate a CS, and her doc... read more

'Advanced' birth centers expand out-of-hospital delivery options for pregnant women

Birth centers currently are precluded from offering women epidurals or from performing Caesarean sections, and babies generally are delivered by lay midwives or certified nurse midwives. Those restric... read more

Kenya: Alarm as 60 Babies Die at Kiambu Level Five Hospital

Three days later, Ms Gathoni delivered a bouncing baby girl, weighing 3.8kg through caesarean section. According to Ms Wangari, the little one was in perfect health at the time of birth. read more

Tulip Siddiq: Why I had to delay my caesarean to vote against Brexit deal

I was raised by two strong feminists who rejected the idea that women should be forced to choose between motherhood and a career. This ethos was precious to me. I had always wanted to have children, s... read more

Health officers with surgical training are a safe alternative for performing C-sections

But there is hope: a new study of more than 1200 women who had C-sections in nine Sierra Leone hospitals shows that community health officers with surgical training are a safe alternative to medical d... read more

IQWiG supported professional societies in the development of new S3 guideline

In view of a growing number of caesarean sections, the new S3 guideline is developed to provide medical professionals with better guidance and support regarding their decision and intervention options ... read more



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