When I was planning my UC I read a ton of books and websites to gather information about possible complications during birth. I didn't take notes and now I'm trying to track down the information again for a little presentation to a college class about birth options. Can someone point me to some stats on the incidence of complication? I seem to recall it being 5% and the breakdown something like: 3% PPH, less than 1% shoulder dystocia, less than 1% prolapsed cord, less than 1% placenta previa, etc. I'm also interested in rates of infant resuscitation, etc.
Mama to Avalon 1/07 , Austin 1/10 in between and Avery 12/11
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