Scheduling C-Sections for Convenience Nurses Thoughts? - page 2
In the past few months I've heard of Ob's actually scheduling C-sections for convenience. A friend of mine recently went to a local OB when she found out she was pregnant. At the first... Read More
May 27, '09Joined: Dec '08; Posts: 3,558; Likes: 6,275Quote from TurnLeftSideWe don't know why any celebrity has a cesarean. It could be convenience, aesthetics (throw in a tummy tuck), active herpes, doctor's fear of getting sued, or a variety of other reasons.I agree. These hollywood stars are making it seem like a vaginal birth is taboo. Why have a c-section if its not necessary?
Birth is a natural process that can go very wrong very quickly. Frankly, I've seen enough autoimmune disease that I don't trust "the body's innate wisdom" to handle anything.
May 27, '09Occupation: RN Specialty: NICU, Post-partum ; From: US ; Joined: Dec '08; Posts: 2,405; Likes: 2,553When the insurance companies stop paying for them...people will stop getting them.
Personally, I think a physician that does such a thing should not be practicing medicine.
May 27, '09Occupation: Orthopedic staff nurse From: UK ; Joined: Apr '08; Posts: 233; Likes: 295I had a c section with my daughter and i would have given anything to have done it naturally/vaginally. I honestly dont know why women chose to have a c section. The lady in the bed opposite me was up and about within hours where as i could barely move-She also got to go home earlier than i did.
Yes child birth is a scary thought but i dont think people realise the risks involved in c sections.