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Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Obstetrics, Urinary tract infections (UTI), Reproductive Medicine
A C-section (also known as a caesarean section) is a surgical procedure used to deliver a baby. It involves an incision through the mothers’ abdomen and uterus. The procedure might be planned ahead of time or is sometimes planned when labour is underway. A C-section is commonly done in the following circumstances: your labour isn’t progressing, your baby isn’t getting enough oxygen, your baby is in an abnormal position, you are carry multiples, there is a problem with the umbilical cord, you have a health concern or you have a mechanical obstruction.
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