Quick Survey: Is Episiotomy Necessary?
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Is Episiotomy Necessary?

Episiotomy is a surgical incision into the area between vagina and rectum to enlarge the opening through which the baby will be born. After the birth, the edges of the cut are frozen and sewn back together.

It is routinely performed in 40 to 80 percent of births, especially first births. Many women feel that this cut is the most disabling part of childbirth.

Why Is It Done?

Many doctors perform episiotomies without being aware that their routine use has no scientific basis.

Valid reasons for episiotomy include forceps delivery, breach baby, premature delivery, and finally to speed delivery if baby's heart rate drops or baby shows signs of distress.

Side Effects

What It Does Not Do

Prevention Before Birth

Prevention During Birth

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