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c-section

We should be helping new mothers manage pain after the baby is born, researchers said.
When you know what to expect and how to make your caesarean birth a great experience, there is nothing to be nervous about.
Every labour and childbirth is unique, according to the World Health Organization.
The trend, which is exactly what it sounds like, is popular with C-section moms.
Would-be moms, read at your own risk.
Breaking the C-section stigma one photo at a time.
Fascinating.
Nothing in life is free.