Caesarean Section method

A caesarean section, often known as a c-section, is a surgical surgery carried out when a vaginal delivery is unsafe or impractical or when the mother's or the baby's health is in danger. Through surgical incisions created in the abdomen and uterus during this surgery, the baby is born. A procedure called a caesarean section, or C-section, involves making a cut in your abdomen and womb to deliver your baby. Usually, the cut is performed across your stomach, right below the bikini line.

  • Track 1-1 A lower segment incision
  • Track 2-2 A classical incision

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