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C–Sections vs. Vaginal Deliveries

Does a Cesarean Mean Fewer Babes in Your Future?


I read an article in the New York Times that says women who gave birth via cesarean were less likely to have more children than those who delivered vaginally. The article quoted a study from the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology:

Women who underwent C-section to have their first baby were 12 percent less likely to have another child than women who gave birth vaginally.

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I have many friends who have had their babies using the surgical route rather than the natural one. As I sit here thinking about it, they are all planning on, if not already, having at least one more child.

Tell us, do you think the manner of delivery affects how many tots someone desires?
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