Public health officials recommend that no more than 20-percent of births should be by C-Section. But, the number is actually more than 30-percent. Why are the numbers higher? Why is it becoming more popular with women?
We'll also look at V-Bacs, vaginal births for women who had C-sections in previous births. What questions should women be asking? If you're going through a pregnancy, what questions do you have about either procedure?
Joseph A. Adashek, MD, Assoc. Clin Prof University of Nevada School of Medicine, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
John T. Repke, MD, Penn State Hershey Obstetrics and Gynecology
Caroline Signore, MD, Program Officer Pregnancy and Perinatology Branch Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development