The term "c section" refers to a surgical procedure that involves delivering a baby through an incision made in the mother's abdomen and uterus. Antonyms for this medical term could include "vaginal birth," "normal delivery," "unassisted childbirth," "natural delivery," "spontaneous delivery," or "normal labor." Vaginal birth is the traditional method of delivery and is considered the safest and most natural way to give birth. In contrast, c-sections are usually performed when there are concerns about the health and safety of both the mother and the baby, or in cases where vaginal delivery is not possible or safe. Ultimately, the best method of delivery depends on the unique circumstances of each pregnancy.
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