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C-Section Recovery: practical tips for cesarean recovery  

What information is on this site?
The goal of this site is give you the information to help women recover as quickly and comfortably as possible  from c-sections (aka cesarean sections):

Where do I start?

Overwhelmed by the options and too tired to see straight?

FAQ
- a list of frequently asked questions and their answers.

Top Picks - a short list of the best websites and books selected for the exhausted and healing mom with questions.

Tips - everything I wish I had known before my c-section.

Topics - gives you an overview of each of the topic areas to which this site devotes an in depth page of resources.


Take the time to plan for your child's future.

Why was this site created?
My name is Jeanne. I delivered my son Eli via an unplanned c-section in October of 2002. After spending so much time reading about every aspect of my pregnancy in detail both online and in books - I was amazed to discover so little written about recovering from my surgery. Add in being a very sleep deprived first time mom (I didn't get one of those babies who sleeps all the time!) and my being a very slow healer -- and you get the motivation to create what I wished had been there for me.

Questions or Comments?
Drop an email to info@csectionrecovery.com with your feedback or questions about this site or the material covered within it. Or fill out our fabulous new C-Section Recovery Survey!

What isn't this site about?
This site isn't meant to be for or against c-sections. I will include links and pointers to other sites which are on both sides of the great debate. There are links to sites, books and online publications which include research and statistics. It is not my intention to endorse any position - but instead to help you in your research. My primary goal is to help women heal.

Caveat Emptor
I am not a trained or licensed physician or health care provider. All the information found on this site and those sites to which this site may direct you is not meant to replace the advice of your health care provider.

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