Women's perceptions of caesarean section: reflections from a Turkish teaching hospital.

@article{Tatar2000WomensPO,
  title={Women's perceptions of caesarean section: reflections from a Turkish teaching hospital.},
  author={M. Tatar and Serdar G{\"u}nalp and S Somunoğlu and Ayg{\"u}l Demirol},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={50 9},
  pages={
          1227-33
        }
}
Caesarean section as a contentious topic has attracted attention world-wide and different dimensions of the issue has been investigated. The primary reason behind these initiatives have been the upsurge of caesarean sections both in the developed and developing world and the realisation that the operation may not always contribute positively to the mother's and baby's health. By contrast, several studies have demonstrated both the short and long term negative effects. Research has also revealed… CONTINUE READING
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