Thirty-one percent of American women go under the knife to deliver their bundles of joy. While some mamas choose the procedure, others have the decision made for them due to complications or the babe or mother's well being. The stigmas attached to not having a vaginal birth can range from guilt to inadequacy, but there are many benefits to having a c-section, and some veteran mothers would even argue that the procedure is preferable. Here are some of the points they make.
Jun 9 2009 - 6:00am