A new study conducted by researchers suggests that babies born by caesarean section are more likely to struggle with obesity later in life.
Not just this, C-sections also boost the odds of certain problems with later pregnancies, including abnormalities in the placenta that can lead to severe bleeding during labour, type-1 diabetes in childhood and other diseases.
Findings of a research conducted at Imperial College London, which include data from 10 countries, suggest babies born through caesarean section were 26 percent more likely to face weight issues during adulthood than those born by vaginal delivery.
Further, the study also showed that average BMI of adults born by caesarean section is around half a unit more than those born by vaginal delivery.
The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE.
Source: Zee news