As explained by the Mayo Clinic, a cesarean-section is a birthing method where the baby is delivered via an incision into the abdomen and uterus. It's often performed because of complications associated with vaginal delivery, or when a woman is giving birth to multiples. While this procedure is quite common there are still quite a few risks involved, including the following.
When you found out you were pregnant, it was one of the happiest, but scariest, moments of your life. You worried from the first day that something could go wrong with the pregnancy and that your child would end up with an injury.