This new, revised and expanded edition of ¿Nacer por cesárea? Avoiding Unnecessary Cesarean Sections. Living respectful cesarean sections comes out at a time when, worldwide, cesarean section rates are reaching inconceivable limits, and more than ever it is necessary to show and demonstrate to health professionals and to women and men involved in childbirth and parenting the most updated scientific evidence of a major surgical intervention whose rate, according to the recommendations of the World Health Organization, should not exceed 15% of all births. – How did we arrive at this situation? – When is it really necessary to perform a cesarean section? – Does it make sense to advocate a decrease in the cesarean section rate? – What are the risks to the mother and baby of cesarean section? – Why is the cesarean rate considerably higher in private practice? – After how many cesarean sections can vaginal delivery be attempted? – What is happening so that so many deliveries are not progressing as they should? – What happens in the brain of the baby born by cesarean section? – And in the mother’s brain? – Is it possible to speak of emotional injury?