Decisions relating to normal birth or caesarean are becoming increasingly complicated with women expressing pressure to take one or other direction for their birth.
“What sort of birth do you want” is a common question many first time mothers-to-be are asked.
Looking after yourself after a C-section is as much about looking after your mind as it is about your body. In some cases, it may be more important, as your state of mind and mood may affect how well you look after your body.
Mater Mothers provides some tips for recovery after a caesarean which includes mobility exercises, how to protect your incision, planning for home and pain relief.
This talk sets matters straight when she explains the factors at play when choosing a mode of delivery - from natural deliveries, Vaginal Birth after Caesareans (VBAC), to instrumental deliveries and caesareans.