Cesarean section complication risk rises with mother’s age, study finds

Mothers 35 and older who had C-sections without first going into labor were five times more likely to have severe complications than mothers who had vaginal births.

Cesarean section complication risk rises with mother’s age, study finds

hmmmm, isn’t it older mother’s that have scheduled Cesarean’s more often?

Wouldn’t follow that complications arise more often in C-sections that start after labor, because that would mean there was an existing complication suggesting the need to a c-section in the first place?

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