After a caesarean.

The study is published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.. After a caesarean, ladies are less inclined to have another baby Researchers have found, after conducting a 17-year study following 25,370 ladies, that women who have their baby by caesarean section, are less inclined to have another being pregnant. In addition they found that the average period of time between births was greater for those who had undergone caesareans than those that gave birth naturally. Apparently several in five women in England have caesareans and the price is rising, which has provoked concern over the dangers to women and babies.‘More must be done to enable customers to play an active role in their own treatment.’ Methodology Accenture executed an paid survey of 9,015 adults ages 18+ to assess customer perceptions of their medical providers' electronic capabilities across nine countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, England, France, Germany, Singapore, Spain and the United States. The survey, including 1,002 Australian consumers, was fielded by Harris Interactive in July 2013.