Cesarean Section or Normal Vaginal Delivery? The Importance of the Training Programs for Mothers and Community

Tahereh Shams Ghoreishi, Zoleykha Asgarlou


Dear Editor, The tendency of opting for a Cesarean Section (CS) has increased among pregnant women due to the lack of awareness about the complications of CS and the negative attitudes toward Normal Vaginal Delivery (NVD).[1] Global statistics indicate that although CS is not necessarily associated with positive outcomes for mothers and children, its popularity continues to increase.[2]....

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