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    always c-section

    Is it true that once you delivered through C-Section, your next delivery will probably C-Section too?

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    Many women have successfully given birth vaginally after having a C-Section. To limit your chances of having another C-Section, it's best to seek out a midwife to manage your birth. If a midwife is not available, then look for a doctor that has a very low C-Section rate. Many doctors nowadays, have a C-Section rate of 25%-35% which is much too high.

    Midwives have a C-Section transfer rate of around 3-4% because they are very skilled with their hands, they attend the mother through her labour (not just showing up to catch the baby), and they will try different positions, herbs, homeopathy and natural ways of working with the body to help labour progress, help baby turn and basically help mum overcome challenges in the most natural way possible, in order to avoid intervention (i.e. C-Section).

    Warm Regards,

    Kate

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    Thank you Kate.
    You really are an expert when it comes to concerns of women.
    regards,
    Nadinne

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    You are most welcome

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