Caesareans cause placenta praevia and accreta

AIMS Journal, Winter 1999/2000, Vol 11 No 4 A study of over 18,000 deliveries from Jordan found that previous caesarean section increased the risk of placenta praevia (the placenta growing low down in the womb where it partially or completely the baby’s exit)...

Caesareans Increase Future Risks

Placenta accreta is a condition where chorionic villi from the placenta have grown down into the muscles of the uterus and there is no clear separation between the placenta and the wall of the uterus. This means that the placenta cannot be easily removed without risk...

Risk of uterine rupture

If you are to have an elective C section, please ensure that you are double stitched up, not single stitched . . please read on .. AIMS Journal, Spring 2004, Vol 16 No 1 Risk of uterine rupture A single-layer, rather than a double-layer, closure of the incision after...

Healing After C section, or any birth

Want to have the body you had before baby? Easy – start working to make it so as soon as you come home.  Dad can easily spend a few minutes outside using moxa to help you feel better – and coincidentally – if there is a milk supply deficit –...
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