Monday, November 23, 2015
Rise In Caesarian Cases In Saudi Arabia Due To Laziness
Caesarian delivery cases surged by 67 % in Saudi Arabia in 2015 to continue upward trend recorded over previous years mainly because of pregnant women's laziness. The number of such cases also jumped around by 45 per cent in 2014 over 2013, which also recorded a sharp rise over the previous year. A doctor told that these figures only cover government hospitals, adding that private medical centers were performing more caesarian operations. The main reason for this is that pregnant women do not move and they come up with the excuse that there is nowhere for them to walk and that weather does not help.