Neonatal Birth Unit 

...the natural birth after c-section

Natural birth after c-section

Birthing a baby by c-section is common practise.

There are many valid reasons and advantages within c-section and on the other side also many disadvantages. The confusing thing is that the same can be said about natural birthing.

Bridging the gap between natural birth and c-section

The concept behind is simple: many disadvantages of giving birth to a baby by c-section are inbedded in the fact that the natural part of giving birth is withhold.

The NnBU is adds the natural birth advantages directly after the c-section.

Initial treatment - for a lifetime benefit


Babies can enter this world in one of two ways: Pregnant women can have either a vaginal birth or a surgical delivery by Caesarean section, but the ultimate goal is to safely give birth to a healthy

Babies born by c-section may be more likely to have breathing problems at birth and even during childhood, such as asthma. They may also be at greater risk for stillbirth.

Natural and surgical deliveries might boost or impair brain development.