Cesearean

Were you looking for information about Cesarean Section? Cesearean is a common misspelling of cesarean.
 
When a woman cannot deliver her baby vaginally, a healthcare provider may perform a cesarean section (also known as a C-section). This is a common surgical procedure that involves making an incision in the abdomen (stomach) and uterus, and then removing the baby through the opening. Although this procedure is typically safe, complications can occur, such as infections, minor bleeding, and hemorrhoids. It can take four to six weeks to recover from a cesarean section.
 
(Click Cesarean Section for more information on what to expect during this surgery, including possible complications that could occur and what to expect after the procedure is completed. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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