Cesarean sections and subsequent fertility

@inproceedings{Norberg2016CesareanSA,
  title={Cesarean sections and subsequent fertility},
  author={Karen Norberg and Juan Cruz Pantano},
  year={2016}
}
Cesarean sections are rising all over the world and may, in some countries, soon become the most common delivery mode. A growing body of medical literature documents a robust fact: women undergoing cesarean sections end up having less children. Unlike most of the medical literature, which assumes that this association is mostly working through a physiological channel, we investigate a possible channel linking c-section and subsequent fertility through di¤erences in maternal behavior after a c… CONTINUE READING
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