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C-Section (Cesarean) Delivery

In this article, we have covered the following aspects of C-Section Delivery:

  • Best Hospitals in India for C-Section Delivery
  • Top Specialists in India for C-Section Delivery
  • Cost of C-Section Delivery
  • Understanding C-Section Delivery

Best Hospitals in India for C-Section Delivery

HospitalCityHospital Page link
Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon Gurgaon, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Artemis Hospital, GurgaonGurgaon, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
BLK Super Specialty Hospital, New Delhi New Delhi, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Apollo Hospital, Chennai Chennai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Kokilaben Hospital, Mumbai Mumbai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Medanta – The Medicity, Gurgaon Gurgaon, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Global Hospital ChennaiChennai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Fortis Flt. Lt. Rajan Dhall Hospital, New Delhi New Delhi, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi, Mumbai Mumbai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Jaypee Hospital, Noida Noida, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi New Delhi, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Max Super Specialty Hospital, New Delhi New Delhi, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Fortis Hospital, Bangalore Bangalore, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Fortis Hospital, Mulund, MumbaiMumbai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Max Hospital, Gurgaon Gurgaon, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Fortis Malar Hospital, Chennai Mumbai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Global Hospital, Mumbai Mumbai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
MaxCure Hospital, Hyderabad Hyderabad, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Mazumdar Shaw Cancer Centre (MSCC), Bangalore Bangalore, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Narayana Institute of Cardiac Sciences, Bangalore Bangalore, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Paras Hospital Gurgaon, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
S. L. Raheja Hospital, Mumbai Mumbai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
SIMS Hospital, Chennai Chennai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore Coimbatore, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Wockhardt Hospitals, Mumbai Mumbai, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact
Fortis Escorts Heart Institute & Research CentreNew Delhi, IndiaVisit hospital page, contact

Top Specialists in India for C-Section Delivery

DoctorSpecialtyCityCheck profile, contact
Dr. Ila GuptaGynaecologist & IVF ExpertGurgaon
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Dr. Hrishikesh D PaiGynaecologist & IVF ExpertDelhi, Mumbai
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Dr. Nandita P PalshetkarGynaecologist & IVF ExpertDelhi, MumbaiCheck profile, contact
Dr. M Gouri DeviGynaecologist & IVF ExpertDelhiCheck profile, contact
Dr Duru ShahGynaecologist & IVF ExpertMumbaiCheck profile, contact
Dr Padmapriya VivekGynaecologistChennaiCheck profile, contact
Dr. Kaushiki Dwivedee GynaecologistGurgaon
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Dr. Veena BhatGynaecologistGurgaonCheck profile, contact
Dr. Manavita MahajanGynaecologistGurgaon
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Dr. Mukta KapilaGynaecologistGurgaon
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Dr. Meenakshi Sauhta GynaecologistGurgaon
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Cost of C-section

The cost of C-section in India is approximately US$1200-1500.

How to proceed for procedure

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C-Section Delivery

Cesarean delivery (C-section) is a gynecological surgical procedure done to give birth to a baby. Performed under anesthesia (spinal block or combined epidural-spinal), it involves a cut in the abdomen and uterus of the mother.

You may need a Cesarean in case pregnancy complications have developed and vaginal delivery may pose a danger to your or baby’s life.

However, many women willfully opt for C-section (elective cesarean) to evade the labor pain during vaginal births.

When is C-section required?

Below are some of the conditions in which your doctor may recommend C-section for delivery of the baby. (The list is not exhaustive and only includes some of the most common ones)

  • Abnormal position of the baby may obstruct vaginal delivery – breech (when baby’s feet/buttocks enter the birth canal first) or transverse baby (positioned on side).
  • When your labor is stalled or not progressing (cervix opening is not enough to deliver the baby even after several hours of labor pain)
  • Abnormal changes in the heartbeat of your baby
  • Carrying multiple babies
  • When the umbilical cord tangles around the neck of your baby or if it is pressed by the uterus
  • When the cervix opening is covered through placenta
  • When you have other health concerns such as heart problems, high blood pressure or HIV etc.
  • Often when mother’s age is 40 years or above

 

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