Between Cesarean Section and Labor

Between Cesarean Section and Labor
Before now, women have always delivered their babies through the age-long way of labor, but in recent times, because of some complications that may be associated with childbirth, women who are likely to have these complications are advice to go through C-section, which is a kind of operation that help the women to deliver their babies without them having to do the "push" thing.

C-sections came with many promises, that even women who have no complications or childbirth related issues now decide to deliver through C-Sections. No stress, and its quicker than the conventional way.

I think I still prefer the traditional way, as its more natural, and even in C-Sections things can go wrong. It's just my opinion, which is it for you; C-Section of Labor?


It depends upon the situation. Cesarean sections are better if the pregnant woman has status ailments like asthma. But if possible, labor or normal delivery is better. It is the natural way of giving birth.
Posted by hstinscdln on 11-17-2018
I totally agree with you. Normal delivery is the best means of delivery and should be embraced. However, if the pregnant woman has some complications, that is the only time that Cesarean section should be applied.
Posted by Focusedwriter10 on 11-19-2018
The natural childbirth is the best compared to being cut up to remove the baby. Childbirth is painful but it can be managed. Women should accept their God-given responsibilities.
Posted by stbrians on 11-22-2018
It depends also, whether you like to a c-section or not if there's no other choice the you need to go to c-section. For me, as long as you can do normal delivery I much prefer on this because you can reaaly feel the feeling of happenes right away after hearing your baby's cry. But, it doesn't mean that in C-section you can't experience that, you still can but after you wake up from sleep. C-section is much more complicated than normal because they will still carry the pain inside the scars of the c-section in a long perion of time.
Posted by mhingnhormz on 11-17-2018
As long as the baby and the mother are healthy and are not in any danger, normal delivery is still the better choice. Having a cesarean section has more risks of bleeding and infections for the mother. And babies delivered via c-section are prone to having respiratory issues.
Posted by iambeth on 11-17-2018
Oh really, I never knew babies are prone to respiratory issues when C-section delivers them. I've learned something new today, so I thank you.
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-18-2018
I think if a woman wants to have her baby via labor or C-section then it's her business. Whichever one she chooses. Personally, as a male I just don't think I can say which one is better. Both carry risks.
Posted by NickJ on 11-17-2018
Normal vaginal delivery is always the better option. Presently in our country, C-sections are only performed for certain medical indications - it is never performed upon request of the mother. Anyway, labor/vaginal delivery leads to less post-operative complications, less blood loss, and a faster healing time. The newborn is also less at risk for developing allergies later in life.
Posted by astraherondale on 11-17-2018
Whatever gets the baby into the world the safest, for both baby and mother! That's all the consideration should ever be.
Posted by amelia88 on 11-18-2018
Indeed. I overlooked the fact that what matters is that both the mother and the child get safe. Neither of the two is okay as long as they're both healthy in the end, regardless of its price. LOL
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-18-2018
I think it depends for me. If my future wife would have complications, then we'll opt with C-Section. However, if everything's normal and fine then we'll go with the traditional way because the effects are just short term while with C-section, all the negative effects like Pain during cold season, unable to walk with long distance, run on a marathon, and especially prohibition to climbing long stairs are long term effects of C-Section which is what I have seen with my Mom who was operated with C-Section because our supposed to be youngest did develop only on the Fallopian tube.
Posted by jaybee19 on 11-18-2018
Only do C-section when necessary. Women are made of tougher stuff, and this trait is passed down to generations. Birth labor is a natural thing and our women are very much capable of doing this.
Posted by emiaj55 on 11-18-2018
If ever I do get married someday and have my wife giving birth, I would like her to at least try her best to do it naturally all for the sole reason of because it's less expensive compared to C-section. Nevertheless, if she can't, no worries, I'll work hard to earn more. Haha!
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-18-2018
If a girl will have a vaginal delivery without a complications, then that glaringly is the great way. However, many girls cannot and plenty of others do want/need an epidural or different pain medicinal drugs. Every scenario is different and regardless of how much you could plan for a "natural" delivery, you can nicely turn out to be with an sudden Cesarean.
Posted by jetselle on 11-19-2018
I can’t tolerate pain so in plain sight I’ll choose cesarean section. But I never been pregnant so I don’t know how it will feel if you are in that definite situation.
Posted by thejoyrevolution on 11-19-2018
It also good you remember the process is not as easier as it seems. Remember healing the wound takes time, and if done in a hurry, it can lead to complications.
Posted by Focusedwriter10 on 11-19-2018
I think that the choice should depend on what is healthier for the woman. The fact is that plenty of women go through natural child births and are completely fine. I don’t know what the actual statistic is, but nearly every mother I know has had their child naturally, so I’d dare to say it’s the far more common way of having children. I would say that unless the woman is at some kind of particular risk for complications, she should just opt for a natural birth instead of jumping the gun and going straight for the c-section.
Posted by Denis_P on 11-19-2018
It really depends on what risks pregnant women have. I have learned from my mother that you can't just request for a cesarian because when she had me they did not let her when her tummy's already feels like bursting and the midwife even shout at her.

She had no choice but to choose natural labor and it was successful. Actually, I am the healthiest newborn baby on that hospital that day that tgey even announced it on the whole hispital.

I think the most important that they have to focus on is how to properly take care of a pregnant mother, what food to eat, what vitamins she should take and what medicine she should not consume.
Posted by agbuyarashel on 11-21-2018
This would depend on the pregnant women if they can deliver it naturally or if they have health problems that could prevent normal birth delivery. I believe that normal labor is better if possible as a mother knows how it feels and how hard it is to give birth for her own child and be proud of it no matter how hard it is.
Posted by Marako0406 on 11-21-2018
In the discussion, it is not a matter of complications but choice. Why choose to be cut in order to give birth. Do it normally if you can.
Posted by stbrians on 11-22-2018
It all depends on the situation. It's better to take the opinion of the doctor before zeroing on a choice. It depends on the position of the baby and the health of the mother. The ultimate goal is to bring both the mother and the baby to a safer side.
Posted by kaushikangara on 11-22-2018
C-section should be used only if there are complications. There are women who are sick or their hips are undeveloped to have the normal birth. There are some complicated pregnancies and C-section should be done.
Posted by stbrians on 11-22-2018
Labor is still the best way for a mother to deliver her child. For me, C-section should only be done when there are complications which can make the life of the mother and the child in danger. Being a second option of delivering birth just means that C-section is not necessary unless when needed. Nothing beats the natural way of giving birth because the body of a women is really designed for doing that.
Posted by gutzman on 11-23-2018
I think it depends on the situation.If a mother have a normal labor, she doesn't need to undergo C-section. C-section can only be done when a mother and child are in danger or when a mother can go on a normal labor.
Posted by luv2xacosta on 11-26-2018
I would prefer natural but the process can be long and very painful. I think that is why people opt for c-section. Overall I think that it is a safe for both mother and child. You can plan when your baby should come into the world plan your schedule, when to go back to work e.t.c. The disadvantage of c-section is that it takes a lot of time to heal. You need at least six weeks, in the meantime you need help.
Posted by jaymish on 12-08-2018
I understand that going on labor for many hours is an ordeal and the agony can turn into something awful like the woman can collapse and lose consciousness. But Caesarian section is not that easy for it takes time to heal and the mother cannot go to work at once unlike when the delivery is normal. I guess the pregnant woman can just try to endure the labor until she could so that the delivery would be normal.
Posted by Corzhens on 12-10-2018