1. Scientists have found that women who have delivered by the vaginal method will probably have problems with bowel or urinary incontinence than women who have had C-sections.
2.The baby sometimes is bigger than a woman’s pelvis. In this case, C-Section is in all cases preferred and it must be chosen.
3.A c-section is preferred anytime when the baby is not in a heads-down place and it can’t be turned other way round in any case.
4.The baby has a known malformation or abnormality that would make a vaginal birth risky, for example, open neural tube defects.
5.Vaginal Birth additionally causes tearing of the vaginal skin, the muscles and the uterus while the fetus moves through the birth canal.
6.C-sections are for the most part considered safe and and in some situations life saving, they carry more risks compared with a vaginal birth. They are actually a major surgery and involve opening up a pregnant woman’s abdomen and removing the baby from her uterus because a at the time vaginal birth is considered too dangerous or difficult.
7.C-sections in first-time mothers often lead to C-sections in future pregnancies. So, vaginal delivery should always be preferred.
8.Women should be informed and should be given a choice about various methods of giving birth. Thousands of mothers said that giving birth vaginally feels like more of a natural experience.
9.After having a vaginal delivery, a woman may also experience lingering pain in the perineum, the area between her vagina and anus.
10.Usual length of a hospital stay for a woman following a vaginal delivery is between 24 and 48 hours. But, that for a C-section may range from a week to a month.
11.Women who have vaginal births avoid major surgery and its associated risks, such as severe bleeding, scarring, infections, reactions to anesthesia and more longer-lasting pain.
12. After a C-Section Delivery, breastfeeding start slow, there is more pain and soreness in the mother and as this method is a surgical one, the recovery process also takes times because of the blood loss and remaking of tissues.
Depending of the circumstances, the appropriate procedure will be different.