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Question: Meri delivery k waqt mera cervix fully dilated tha Sbb kuch normal tha bp AFI everything was normal and baby weight is also 2.5 kg at the time of birth.. Phr bhi meri doctor ne C-section kardiya.maine hospital se discharge k waqt pucha k aisa kyu Sbb kuch normal rehne k baad bhi mera C-section kyu to wo bole k apka cephalopelvic disproportion tha. Mujhe Aisa kyu lag rha hai k meri doctor ne jaan bujh kar mera Cesar kardiya..plzzzzzzz reply on this if anyone knows..

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Answer: Yes dear u intituition is right now a days doctor give different reasons and do cz for their convenience a d money and if case is normal the they take pelvic bone measurement their excuse
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    Anonymous228 days ago

    Meri baby itni badi thi hi nai phr b meri gynac ne C-section kardiya. Thode se paiso se lye ye log kyu C-section kar rhe hai. Government Aisa rule kyu nai bana deti hai k normal k Zyada paise ho or C-section k kam. To shyd doctors C-section krna kam kardenge..

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