Repeat C-sections raise health risks for baby

05/22/2009 | Yahoo!

Babies born to women who chose to have repeat cesarean sections are almost twice as likely to be admitted to a hospital NICU than those born vaginally to mothers who previously had a C-section, U.S. researchers reported. These babies also were more likely to have breathing problems and need supplemental oxygen, the study showed.

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