I had a c-section because i needed too, so i dont know what a vaginal birth is like really. But, my aunt just recently had a baby & her boyfriends mother said when she was the baby how nice babys born by c-section look. she said her other grandchildren were born vaginally & they bruised, & etc. Her and my grandma were saying they think babies born by c-section have it alot easier because they dont have to go through the trauma of trying to go down a tunnel & be pushed out of an opening that is too small. My friend kim delivered vaginally, & her vagina was too small & the baby dislocated his shoulder comming out & it took 6 weeks to heal. I think I kind of agree with them but i think a women should have her choice. & personally im happy my vagina isnt all tore up.
I was wondering the same thing- if it doesn't effect the baby negatively who cares if someone has a c-section.
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Answer by JazzyJes at 1:07 PM on Nov. 15, 2010
Babies born by scheduled c-section without the benefits of the labor hormones are more likely to have breathing problems. And who ever said that a c-section was less trauma to the mother was only talking about her vagina. The rest of the body experiences plenty of trauma. Major surgery trauma. GEEZS! Rather than thinking of a c-section as being easier on the baby, you should be thinking of what a shock it is to be taken out of a warm womb with no notice and before you are ready. Yes they have round little heads that haven't molded, but that isn't the bottom line.
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