I have heard more and more cases about woman would just want to elect to have a c-section and not even go into labor. I was always told that the safest way to deliver a baby was vaganially. Having a c-section has more risks. I personally would never opt for a c-section. I would much rather deal with a few hours of pain from labor than dealing with the recovery of having a c-section. I asked my female ob why are doctor now doing elective c-sections and she said she thinks that if a woman has the right to chose whether or not to have a baby, she should also be able to decide how the baby is brought into the world? I also thought that insurance companies would only cover a c-section if it was deemed medically necessary. So do the doctors who perform elective c-section lie to the insurance companies or do the woman pay for the c-section themselves.Answer Question
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Doctors are probably LIEING. I have had both, my first was a c-section, my second vaginally. I would rather have a vaginal birth, when the baby pops out. The pain is mostly gone. But it takes months to ge over a c-section.
I think c-section should only happen in extreme emergencies.
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