The likelihood that a first-time mother will deliver by cesarean method is increasing and the likelihood that a woman will attempt a vaginal birth after a previous cesarean delivery is decreasing, according to a large nationwide study of more than 200 000 births.



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I'm really not surprised. Of all the women I personally know who gave birth this year (this was the Year of the Baby in my circle of acquaintances), about 70% had a c-section. Most of those were after failed inductions. Only myself and one other friend had natural births. It is such a shame.

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