A baby is delivered via cesarean section (C-section) through incisions created during surgery in the abdomen and uterus. If there are particular pregnancy difficulties, preparing for a C-section may be required. Women who have previously undergone a C-section may do so again. But frequently, it’s not until labor has begun that the need for a first-time C-section becomes apparent. We advise having a C-section if labor isn’t advancing.  The safest course of action is a C-section if an issue involves fluctuations in the baby’s heartbeat. It is best to deliver infants whose shoulders or sides arrive first and those whose feet or buttocks enter the delivery canal first. Additionally, ladies bearing twins, triplets, or more may require it.