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WILKES-BARRE - Concerned his case could impact other pregnant women, a Plymouth man said Friday he's working with a national reproductive rights group to challenge a court order that sought to force his wife to undergo a Caesarean section against her will.
Woman hits hospitals' stance that she agree to C-section
A Plymouth woman who was ordered by a Luzerne County judge to consent to a Caesarean section delivery of her baby said Friday she was appalled by the treatment she received at two area hospitals.


Awful! I hope the poor woman finds a midwife if she gets pregnant again! Doctors shouldn't cause a woman in labor that much stress, they should be doing al they can to make her comfortable, not trying to cover their own butts!

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