Know the Differences Between Vaginal Birth or C Section which is better

Blog By sanjay  |  02-02-17

All the pregnant ladies, check the Differences Between Vaginal Birth or C Section and decide which is better for you yourself.

Vaginal Birth or C-Section ?

Vaginal Birth or C-Section ?

Giving birth is really an unbelievable and cherished moment in a woman's life and with it comes both pleasure and anxiety. An expecting lady starts researching about the labour, labour pains, delivery methods and what not!
A woman can deliver her baby by either the Vaginal method commonly known as the normal delivery or by the C-Section delivery i.e Cesarean delivery. Both of them have their own pros and cons. While in most cases vaginal delivery is the most natural and uncomplicated way to deliver a baby, more and more women are opting for Cesarean Sections.
Let us have a look at both the procedures.


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Normal vaginal delivery

Normal vaginal delivery

The microorganisms derived from the vaginal pathway leads to the production of specific cytokines, which promotes the normal development of a child's immune system. From physiological point of view, post op recovery time is shorter than that of C-section, and the mother can hold and breastfeed the baby soon after the delivery. And from the psychological point of view the mother feels empowered and overwhelmed knowing that she has participated actively in her child's birth.


Forceps Delivery

Forceps Delivery

The microorganisms derived from the vaginal pathway leads to the production of specific cytokines, which promotes the normal development of a child's immune system. From physiological point of view, post op recovery time is shorter than that of C-section, and the mother can hold and breastfeed the baby soon after the delivery. And from the psychological point of view the mother feels empowered and overwhelmed knowing that she has participated actively in her child's birth.


C Section Delivery

C Section Delivery

In most of the cases, Surgeons suggest C-section only when one or the other kind of risk is involved in child birth. Although nowadays females opt for this voluntarily as it is comparatively pain free and less time taking. Definitely the labor time and the pain can be avoided by this method but it increases the chances of infections and increased time in recovery.


C-Section Delivery

C-Section Delivery

Both the methods are very different from each other, and both of them have their own share of pros and cons the bottom line of the story is to ensure the safety and health of the baby. Every case and every patient is different, so the ultimate aim of the surgeon is to ensure a safe delivery of the child while keeping the best interest of mother in mind.









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