Offering a Woman Sterilization During an Emergency Cesarean Section May Sometimes Be Appropriate

Remez, L.
March 2003
International Family Planning Perspectives;Mar2003, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p52
Academic Journal
Reports that high-parity Zimbabwean women who accepted surgical contraception during an emergency cesarean section were no more likely to regret having done so than similar women who underwent the procedure during an elective cesarean. Data from women on an average of 32 months after they gave birth; Study of the long-term reproductive satisfaction of high-parity women in a variety of birth circumstances.


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