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Is a Planned C-Section Right for Me?

What to Consider With a Planned C-Section continued...

Having a planned C-section could complicate future pregnancies. Each C-section tends to be more difficult than the one before. If you’re planning to have another baby, and particularly if you want a large family, talk with your doctor about how a C-section could affect your plans.

If you're thinking about having a planned C-section, talk over the pros and cons with your doctor or midwife. If you like, get a second opinion. As long as there's no emergency, don't let yourself be rushed. Take the time to make a decision that feels right to you.

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Reviewed by Trina Pagano, MD on December 10, 2012
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