Vaginal delivery: This is the most common type of delivery, and it involves the baby passing through the birth canal during labor and delivery.
Cesarean delivery: A cesarean delivery involves surgically delivering the baby through an incision made in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. This type of delivery is often recommended if there are concerns about the safety of a vaginal delivery for the mother or baby.
Assisted vaginal delivery: In some cases, a healthcare provider may use instruments such as forceps or a vacuum to assist with the delivery of the baby during a vaginal delivery.
The type of delivery that is best for a woman will depend on her individual circumstances, and the decision should be made in consultation with her healthcare provider.
In general, vaginal delivery is often considered the safest option for both the mother and baby, but there are situations where a cesarean delivery or assisted vaginal delivery may be necessary.
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