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Another idea is that after some surgeries —a hysterectomy or cesarean section, for example — endometrial cells may sometimes attach to a surgical incision.
The 11 female dogs, including some that currently were nursing, had evidence of cesarean sections.
Researchers report that overweight mothers are more likely to have a cesarean section, and that babies born by cesarean to those mothers have species of gut bacteria different from those in babies born to normal weight women.
These problems aren’t just results of vaginal births; a 2014 study of 1,115 mothers — about half who had cesarean sections, half who had vaginal births — found similar degrees of continuing pelvic pain regardless of how their baby was delivered.
Miller’s wife was taken to the hospital in critical condition while she was given an emergency cesarean section, according to the Montgomery Colonial.
The baby was delivered by cesarean section on Nov. 22, about a month before her due date, the hospital said.
On Monday evening, the actress and author revealed her cesarean section scar in a new Instagram post, giving her followers a closeup of the incision and praising her doctor for the work done on her body.
Melo was taken to a hospital, where doctors performed a cesarean section to deliver the baby.
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Origin and Etymology of cesarean section
First Known Use: 1615See Words from the same year
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Definition of cesarean section for English Language Learners
medical : a surgical operation for giving birth in which a cut is made in the mother's body so that the baby can be removed through the opening
medical Definition of cesarean section
- Even a history of multiple cesarean sections need not exclude a pregnant woman from attempting a vaginal delivery, new research indicates.
- —Science News, 27 Aug. 1988
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