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.
Hypnobirthing most certainly isn't about clucking like a chicken with Daryl Somers in front of a room full of gullible idiots.
It sounds good in practice, but vaginal seeding might not be such a great idea after all.
Guess what? Despite not pushing him out, I cried, and my heart skipped, and I felt the rush of love and pride when I saw him for the first time.
Thirty-eight weeks or 39? Non-medical factors are pushing women to have elective caesareans earlier than official guidelines - and hospitals are playing along.
A mother has spoken about her shock at doctors performing an emergency caesarean on her after she had already given birth.
Fewer than 8 per cent of babies born in the United States meet the medical definition of a large baby - but mothers aren't told that.