from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of cesarean.
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- n. the delivery of a fetus by surgical incision through the abdominal wall and uterus (from the belief that Julius Caesar was born that way)
- adj. relating to abdominal delivery
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A team of 46 physicians, nurses and other staff were on hand for the delivery by cesarian at Kaiser Permanente Hospital Bellflower, of what they thought were seven babies, referred to by alphabet.
Let's schedule the cesarian, please! the email, with its misspelling, said.
As for the #3 guy, John Edwards, I have not heard much about Senator Edwards three lawsuits against the Red Cross, or his suit against a doctor who prescibed an anti-alcohol drug to a recovering alcoholic who then drank after being told not to, nor the increase in unnecessary cesarian sections after his whistlestop lawsuit tour.
I'm more worried about a cesarian drama if she is.
In my support group of 25 families (I am the organizer) with children on the Autism Spectrum, all report that even the slightest difficulty with birth was answered by a flood of medications that supposedly do not penetrate the placenta. 90% of the women had a cesarian.
If the child was delivered “without incident”, it would appear the initial decision that a cesarian was required was ultimately wrong, even if it was the best prognosis medically available at the time.
And -- you may need a cesarian section, I'm telling you now.
"And for sure I wasn't when Helen had ours, she had cesarian sections."
The staff where very reassuring and chatty and I was asked if I had a normal labour - no - cesarian?
Clara gave birth to Emmanuel by cesarian section in a jungle camp.
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