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Inducing Labor May Not Increase C-Section Likelihood As Previous Studies Suggest

For many moms-to-be, the idea of induced labor can bring on anxiety about unnecessary risks. And previous studies have suggested that inducing labor can increase the likelihood that mothers would need to undergo a Cesarean section. But a report recently published online in BJOG finds that inducing labor actually slightly decreases the risk of having a C-section. Researchers, led by Dr...
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