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Vaginal delivery of IVF-ICSI baby

Today delivered a male child ,conceived after 12 yrs of marriage and conceived through IVF-ICSI. After a long pause I delivered a child vaginally. Because all the IVF babies are so precious that we ( me and the couple ) do not take chance for natural birthing.

But one thing I noticed, that ,In Human ,a vaginal birth of a good size baby creates lots of injuries to the birth canal and its sphincters. These are the muscles which make a lady continent for urine and stool. When there is lot of injury to these circular muscles it “may ”  cause urinary incontinence in her future life( urine comes out while coughing or sneezing) ,or she is not able to hold her urine for long. It creates very great social and physical problems.

Even vaginal birth “may” create a lax vagina.

Vaginal birth is not the only cause for urinary problems, but most of the urinary incontinence is caused by vaginal delivery……I am not propagating routine cesarean section.

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