Why scheduling early delivery is not a good idea

Posted by M ws On Friday, September 6, 2013 0 comments
Sometimes there are medical reasons for a woman to deliver her baby before naturally going into labor. For example, if a week or more passes after the due date and the baby does not come, doctors may need to start, or induce, labor. Or if the woman or her baby is at risk, doctors may need to deliver the baby by Cesarean delivery, or C-section.

These types of deliveries can save lives. But to hurry a baby’s birth—just to make it convenient for you or your doctor—can increase the risk of serious problems for both you and your baby. Here’s why:

Full term is better.

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