The antonym for "c sections" is "vaginal birth." Vaginal birth is the natural method of delivering a baby through the birth canal. Unlike c-sections, vaginal births do not involve surgery, anesthesia, and incisions. Instead, the mother endures the pain of contractions, which stimulate the uterus to push the baby out of the vaginal opening. Vaginal birth is still the preferred method of childbirth for most women. It has a lower risk of complications, a shorter recovery time, and benefits for both the mother and the baby. However, certain cases may require a c-section, such as problematic positioning of the baby, placenta previa, or unsuccessful vaginal delivery.
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