Sunday, June 8, 2008
Watch the video Mother's Choice:
Excerpt from the transcript:
There's nothing unusual about women having babies.
Understandably though, every mother-to-be feels unique.
And Tara Brown is speaking from personal experience.
If all goes well, come October Tara will be a mum for the first time.
Soon Tara will have to make THAT decision - how she wants her baby delivered.
These days, one in three Australian babies are delivered in an operating theatre. Caesarians are fast becoming the norm.
Right at the other end of the spectrum, some women have their babies at home, with no medical intervention at all.
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