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    Natural Birth Vs. C-Section: Fast Facts On The Differences Between The Two

    Pregnancy is a wonderful time in a woman's life where she gets to experience one of the most amazing things the human body is capable of. 



    Sharing with her partner and family the journey into the unknown, seeing the first scan pictures, hearing the heartbeat and feeling the baby kick for the first time.





    Pregnancy can also be a time of great uncertainty, especially for first time mothers. It can bring up all sorts of questions; will it be a boy or a girl? what names to pick? even choosing to find out the sex of the baby can be a huge point of contention before the baby is born. As the pregnancy progresses many of these questions can be answered to make preparing for the baby as easy a task as it can possibly be.

    No matter how well you prepare for it, pregnancy by it's very nature can be an unpredictable time for everyone involved, especially when it comes to the delivery. 

    Often the mother has an idea in their head of the desired delivery method, and preparations can be in place, all to change at the very last moment. A mother who wanted a natural birth may have complications which might lead to an emergency C-section, or a planned C-section could be delayed leading to a natural birth instead. 

    Whichever way the baby is delivered, the health of the baby is the most important thing. Owing to the fact there is only two possible ways to give birth, looking at the facts of both of them before giving birth is the best way to be prepared for any eventuality! 

    The Differences between Natural Childbirth and C-Section 


    Natural deliveries have faster recovery times 


    Forceps or a vacuum are often used with natural deliveries 




    Recovery after C-section can be longer, despite them now being the most common method



    C-Sections can be helpful when the baby is in an awkward position


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