Regardless of where a C-section sits on your original birth plan, knowing what to expect is really important to support for having a positive birth experience.
Dr Deepak Ravindran on c-section pain, what to expect, what’s normal, and how to cope with Caesarean pain and complications after birth.
This Caesarean section Awareness Month, Lesley Gilchrist, registered midwife and co-founder of My Expert Midwife talks to My Baba about how women can plan and prioritise their recovery after a C-section.
If you have had or are planning a caesarean, or know someone who is, then here is the commonest questions and answers covering everything you need to know about Caesarean Section scars.
I had to have a C-section with my last baby and having had two natural births, there was a lot to learn. Here’s a selection of recommended products you’ll want to stock up on.
What happens in a Caesarean section and how long will it take to recover? A complete guide to the C-section by obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Ellie Rayner.
A Cesarean or a VBAC? Each woman is different and has the right to decide for herself how she wants to give birth.
You may have heard of the term ‘vaginal seeding’, but what actually is it? What are the risks, and what are the benefits?