An Australian study has found that caesarean section delivery is not linked to a higher risk of health problems during childhood.
Lately I've been thinking about the caesarean stories and the brave women who birth their children with strength and beauty.
A number of women having caesarean deliveries are now taking steps to give their baby a better 'microbiome' start in life.
Women should only give birth by caesarean section if it is medically necessary, the World Health Organization has warned.
A mum who partly delivered her own twins during a caesarean has encouraged other women to take control of their birthing experience.
To say I became obsessed is something of an understatement. Everywhere I went I found cause to be reminded of my impending pain.
Researchers have discovered why overweight women have higher rates of induced labour and caesarean births than other women.
Despite its benefits, many women who have caesareans don't have skin-to-skin contact following the births of their babies - but there are ways to help increase your chances of it happening.
After two caesareans, Rinat Dray wanted to give birth naturally. The mum of three is now suing the hospital that she says forced her into a caesarean against her will.
It's a divisive parenting debate that flares up often: natural childbirth versus an elective caesarean. But for me, there was only one option that would help my physical and mental wellbeing intact.
More women are having caesarean sections than ever before in the ACT, reflecting national trends, according to a new report.