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Women's Health
  • Author:
    Rita Rubin
  • ISBN:
    1579549071
  • ISBN13:
    978-1579549077
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  • Publisher:
    Rodale Books; 1 edition (September 8, 2004)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
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    Women's Health
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What If I Have a C-Section? book.

What If I Have a C-Section? book. Rita Rubin, USA Today's medical reporter, tells women: - The main reason Cesareans are performed - Exactly what the procedure entails - How to communicate with their doctors-to insure the birth experience they want - Strategies that will help them recover from the surgery quickly and relatively painlessly - How to decide whether to have an elective C-section-and how to cope should surgery be.

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An award-winning health writer answers all the questions a pregnant mom may have about this increasingly performed procedure-now used in nearly one in every four births Thirty years ago, 1 in 20 babies was born by a c-section. Today that number has swelled to almost 1 in 4. Yet despite the steep rise in C-sections, there are very few books available to help moms-to-be sort out their options, allay their fears, and navigate their way through this serious and emotionally complex procedure.Rita Rubin, USA Today's medical reporter, tells women: - The main reason Cesareans are performed- Exactly what the procedure entails- How to communicate with their doctors-to insure the birth experience they want- Strategies that will help them recover from the surgery quickly and relatively painlessly- How to decide whether to have an elective C-section-and how to cope should surgery be medically necessary- How to sort out the controversy about VBAC-Vaginal Birth After C-sectionWhether the reader is considering choosing an elective C-section, worrying about what she will face should she need one, or recovering in the days after her delivery, she'll find the facts in this unbiased, authoritative, reassuring guide-along with steps she can take to make the birth of her child the healthiest, most joyous occasion possible.

RuTGamer
As a pregnant woman a couple weeks from her due date, I found "What If I Have a C-Section?" a real wake-up call about the possibility I might end up with a surgical delivery-which happens at my hospital more than 1 in 5 times (and according to the book, even more often nationwide). Rubin helps sort out the myths from the facts, sneaking in a LOT of scientific information while she keeps the book light and readable. I still hope to avoid a C-section, and now I feel like I have a better idea how to plan for contingencies in labor and what questions to ask my doctor and the hospital staff if vaginal delivery gets stalled or becomes problematic. I'm going to get another copy of the book for a friend who is going to have a scheduled C-section due to medical reasons, because I think the book will be just as useful for her in laying out how the procedure happens, details on recovery, and information on vaginal births in the future once you've had a Cesarean delivery. Really worth reading!
Mr_TrOlOlO
I love this book! I bought it the other day in anticipation of the possibility that I might end up with a C-section (and also to understand what my sister had to go through)and read it in 2 days. Rita Rubin approaches the issue in an even-handed fashion that presents information without trying to make an argument for or against. Filled with real life scenarios, the book is fresh, factual, and sometimes funny! Well worth reading!
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Very handy format! Loved the sections entitled WORDS FROM THE WISE and TALKING POINTS! This book has great "zoom-in" capability with a focus on the most important considerations in make a decision on whether or not to have a C-section. A must-read for every mother-to-be. Thanks, Rita Rubin!
zmejka
I purchased this book and found it to be a fact-packed and easy ready, full of helpful but not preachy information. I also happen to work with Rita, so I know first-hand that she brings trusted expertise to the topic. Valuable reading for any pregnant woman about what to expect, the risks and benefits of the procedure, and how to face recovery.
Mr_KiLLaURa
This book proved more helpful than I could have imagined! I ended up having an emergency C-section and was glad that I had reviewed this book in advance. Afterwards, I didn't have a lot of free time to read, but this book proved succinct and easy to reference with my "now what?" questions.
Stoneshaper
This book is an excellent resource for the "just in case" situation. It is very detailed! Great buy and easy to read/understand.
MarF
Even though more women are having c-sections than ever before, I'd prefer not to have one. But, until I happened to come across this book, I didn't think there was much I could do to avoid having a c-section. I found a lot of good advice in this book about what I can do now, early in my pregnancy, to raise my chances of delivering my baby vaginally next summer. And if I do end up needing a c-section after all, I think I'll be better prepared for having read What If I Have a C-Section?, because it goes into a lot of detail about the operation itself and recovery.