Not sure where to post this but hoping someone can help!
I have been told my numerous douals and midwives that statistics show that incidences of c-section rise on fridays/weekends or before holidays. Has anyone seen a study, research, or numbers to back this up?
I tried googling it, found a lot of articles that state that fact, but none that I could find the citing on. I believe they use birth statistics to come up with that fact.
I know the c-section rate is higher on Fridays and Tuesdays in a lot of areas because of a high rate of planned c-sections.
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