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July 1, 2014 12:00 AM

Doc Talk: Should you have another C-section?

For various reasons, nearly one-third of women who give birth in the United States have a cesarean section. In the past, women who had a C-section were destined to have a C-section with every subsequent pregnancy. It was believed that a vaginal delivery would put too much stress on the uterine scar and cause a rupture of the uterus.

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