Irish Mirror

Irish mothers being left out of decisions during labour and giving birth

More than 44% of mums said they were not involved in important decisions relating to the birth of their most recent child.

Mothers are being left out of key decisions in the labour or birth of their children, and are not told of the risks associated with Caesarean sections and other medical procedures.

More than 44% of mums said they were not involved in important decisions relating to the birth of their most recent child.

This number increases to 53% among first-time mothers, according to a new survey from the Dublin-based Gibson & Associates Solicitors. Read the full article here: Irish Mirror