CAESAREAN SECTION CAUSE UNEXPLAINED STILLBIRTH IN PREGNANCY – (12-22-03)

Caesarean section and risk of unexplained stillbirth in subsequent pregnancy

The rate of C-sections here in the US is much higher than in other developed countries. I used to work in a pathology lab, and the number of placentas from C-sections was always much higher on Fridays and before holidays. Well, anytime man interveres with Mother Nature there is a price to pay. Here we seeing a doubling of the risk of stillbirth in women who had a previous C-section.

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