Published: March 26, 2012

Women who choose to have a vaginal birth after a previous Caesarean section may be at a slightly increased risk of complications.

Researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australia studied 2,345 women who had had a Caesarean birth; 1,237 chose to have a subsequent vaginal delivery, while the rest chose a repeat Caesarean. All of the participants had full-term babies and were considered by their obstetricians eligible for a planned vaginal birth.Click HERE to read more from the NYTimes.