Most would agree that a c-section isn't the way we want our babies to enter this world but sometimes we don't get to choose.
A leading Sydney doctor says the push for natural childbirth is endangering women and babies.
"I was overwhelmed with excitement and couldn't wipe the smile off my face. I still get excited thinking about it now!"
Jamie Hare was excited about watching the birth of his fourth baby. On a cold day in June 2010, the plasterer put on a gown at Latrobe Regional Hospital and waited to be called into the operating theatre for his partner Linda's caesarean.
More women in NSW are being diagnosed with diabetes during pregnancy and more are having births induced or delivered by caesarean, new figures show.
Raquel Renteria is a #badassmama. Why? Because she knows that giving birth via caesarean doesn't make her less of a mum.
A new mum angered by people suggesting women who deliver their babies via caesarean section have not "given birth" has challenged that misconception by sharing a photograph of her scar.
Babies delivered by C-section were 64 per cent more likely to grow up to be obese than were their brothers and sisters delivered vaginally.
A new mum has shared photos of her caesarean section scar to prove she did not "take the easy way out" when giving birth to her son.
We've shared stories of gentle caesareans before, but a new video shows a new option called a 'natural caesarean'.
As I lay on the hospital bed, fully dilated and numb from the waist down, I heard the words I was dreading.