What to Expect with a Cesarean Birth
While most birth education teaches about vaginal birth, there is always a chance that it may be safer for you to have a cesarean birth. It is important that you have a baseline understanding about what would happen in the case of a cesarean, so that you can be prepared, know how to advocate for yourself and ultimately be confident if you consent to a cesarean birth. Sarah helps you understand the process, what to do if your hospital cesarean rate is high, why some people have a cesarean, and tips for preparing for your birth.
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