Three women die after surgery in Odisha

Three women died in Odisha's Sambalpur district five hours after surgery was conducted on them in a state-run medical college and hospital, said an official on Saturday.

WHO warns against unnecessarily resorting to C-sections

World Health Organization (WHO) has said that Caesarean sections should be performed only if medically required, as it carries health risks for both women and their babies.

Skin contact bolsters mother-baby bonding

Skin-to-skin contact can make breastfeeding easier by relaxing the mother and baby, enhancing their bond, and helping the baby to latch better, a study says while women who give birth by caesarean often undergo difficulty with breastfeeding.

Caesarean babies have weaker immunity

Children born through a caesarean section procedure have different intestinal microbes than children born normally, says a study.

Childbirth not major contributor to women`s sexual dysfunction

Researchers have revealed that women`s childbirth history is not significantly associated with their likelihood of reporting low sexual desire.

Doctors left cloth in woman`s stomach: UP family

Residents of Vishwas Nagar area held a protest outside a private hospital and accused its staff of leaving behind a cloth in woman`s abdomen during a caesarean section in June.

C-section can increase risk of infection: Study

Caesarean operations can carry a high risk as every one in ten women especially those who are obese or diabetic develop an infection after the procedure, a new study has claimed.

Caesarean babies at greater risk of becoming fat

Babies born by Caesarean section may be at greater risk of becoming obese later in life than those delivered naturally, according to experts.

Dannii Minogue explains her caesarean!

Dannii Minogue says her baby E incorrect position during labour.

Blame docs for high caesarean rates

It`s not mothers who are to be blamed for high rates of caesarean births but doctors.

Blame docs for high caesarean rates

It`s not mothers who are to be blamed for high rates of caesarean births but doctors.