You are about to give birth. Pregnancy has gone smoothly. The birth seems as if it will, too. It’s one baby, in the right position, full term, and you’ve never had a cesarean section — in other words, you’re at low risk for complications.
What’s likely to be the biggest influence on whether you will have a C-section?
(A) Your personal wishes.(B) Your choice of hospital.(C) Your baby’s weight.(D) Your baby’s heart rate in labor.(E) The progress of your labor.
The answer is B.