Deliver preference and influencing factors in women giving birth
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This study was planned to determine the birth preferences of women with vaginal, cesarean and both vaginal and cesarean delivery experience. A total of 600 women were sampled. The reasons for choosing vaginal birth of women participating in our work are to be natural and suitable for baby, less pain and bleeding in postpartum period, easier return to normal life and earlier discharge. In our study, the reasons for choosing cesarean birth were determined as indications and doctor's decision, less pain and more comfort, baby safety, no perineal tears, short duration of operation and easy management.
SourceJournal of International Health Sciences and Management
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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