Were you looking for information about Cesarean Section? Ceserian section is a common misspelling of cesarean section.
A cesarean section is a common surgery that is performed to remove the baby from the uterus. During the procedure, an incision is made in the abdomen (stomach) and uterus, and then the baby is removed from the opening.
Complications are possible with a cesarean section, as with any surgery; however, it is typically a safe procedure. A few of the complications that can occur include urinary tract infections (UTIs), minor bleeding, allergic skin reactions, and an abnormal or painful scar. Women who are overweight or who use alcohol, tobacco products, or other drugs (such as cocaine) are at a greater risk for complications.
Usually, cesarean sections are scheduled for the 39th week of pregnancy or when the baby is ready for life outside the womb.
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