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Ranaei F, Samani R, Shahoei R. Exploring of cause's of cesarean selection in view of women who had undergone an elective cesarean in sanandaj in 1386.. SJNMP 2016; 1 (3) :18-26
URL: http://sjnmp.muk.ac.ir/article-1-48-en.html
1- Kurdistan, university of Medical sciences , fariba_ranaie@yahoo.Com
2- Kurdistan, university of Medical sciences
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Introduction and Aim: A growing number of women are requesting delivery by elective cesarean section without an accepted medical indication and this issue has been discussed in two past decades.The aim of this study was to determine cause's of cesarean selection in view of women who had undergone an elective cesarean in Beasat hospital of Sanandaj.

Matrrial and Methods: This was a qualitative study and data were gathered through semi-structured interviews from 19 women who have had cesarean surgery on demand. Content analysis was used to analysis of data then major categories were identified.

Results : The mean age of participants was 27 years, most were house wives (58%). Most were university graduates

(68:4%).All the cesarean sections were performed before onset of labour.Majority (73.7%) were primiPara and all have obtained prenatal cares.The women's reasons for their request to have cesarean were: fear of natural birth because of labour pain and procedures, and personnel behaviour, avoiding fetal risks, unfavorable condition of vaginal delivery and educational environment of hospital advers effect of vaginal delivery on urogenital tract, physician recommendation and cesarean being easier.

Conclusion: Necessity for careful review of the existing vaginal delivery circum stances and procedures and Attempting for improving it, development of a systematic educational program about childbirth process and procedures as a priority in prenatal care, further research performance on health outcomes for mothers and infants associated with planned cesarean without a medical or obstetrical indication, were of

these research's conclusion.

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Received: 2016/04/2 | Revised: 2019/06/30 | Accepted: 2016/04/2 | Published: 2016/04/2 | ePublished: 2016/04/2

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