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March 29, 2016
A Cesarean birth (or C-section) is when the delivery doctor makes incisions into your abdomen and uterus in order to extract the baby. A natural birth is just what it sounds like, when you deliver the baby naturally through the vaginal canal. Both types of deliveries can be dangerous, but most of the time a C-section is chosen because a vaginal birth has been deemed too risky for the mother and baby.
A Cesarean birth may be chosen because the mother has some type of medical complication such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or a sexually transmitted disease. A C-section can also be planned ahead of time when you are expecting multiples, if the baby will not move out of breech position, or if baby is too big. Many C-sections are scheduled for a specific time, especially if the procedure has already been performed in a previous pregnancy but sometimes they are impromptu due to health complications.
Many women prefer a natural birth because the advantages include a shorter stay at the hospital and a quicker recovery time. Regardless of whether you have a Cesarean birth or a natural birth, both ways of delivery can be safe and are performed every day, all day across the world so try not to worry.
One thing you may want to check off your list before heading to the hospital is getting a breast pump. Under the Affordable Care Act, you could be eligible for a free double electric breast pump through your insurance plan. Let Aeroflow Breastpumps help you join the thousands of the other moms who have utilized this amazing benefit. All you need to do to get started is fill out our Qualify Through Insurance form. A dedicated Breastpump Specialist will verify your benefits and then give you a call to go over all of your coverage information. The process is quick, easy, and free! If you need more immediate assistance, give us a call directly at (844) 867-9890. We look forward to assisting you!
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