Tuesday, April 22, 2014

A glance at worldwide cesarean rates.


I do hope we are successful at lowering our country's cesarean rate
as planned. It all really starts with
the individual woman preparing and being knowledgeable,
paving the way for a better birth environment for future generations!

Here is what ACOG has to say about reducing cesarean deliveries: http://www.acog.org/About_ACOG/News_Room/News_Releases/2014/Nations_Ob-Gyns_Take_Aim_at_Preventing_Cesareans


Heather Warren said...

I have had 2 c sections and I hate it. I feel like the first one could have been prevented. Im planning to have another baby soon and I cant find any drs :(

ICANofJacksonMS said...

Heather, thank you for contacting ICAN of Jackson, MS. Please send me an email so I can help you with local resources. A VBA2C is surely possible if that's what you desire. icanofjacksonms@gmail.com