The popularity of the Caesarean section has rapidly increased in the last couple of years and one in four babies is now delivered by this procedure in the UK.

However, the daddies haven’t accustomed to this idea yet and often pass more than necessary anxiety to the mothers. Women have always reported that their partners were annoying during caesarians and a new study proves it.

Fathers’ anxiety usually increases the woman’s post op pain, afflicts recovery and often breastfeeding and bonding between the child and the parent.
It has been determined that the fathers would do much better if they were prepared for the procedure during antenatal classes and before the operation. This would definitely decrease the anxiety among both mothers and fathers and help the mothers in their recovery and above all, make the childbirth experience less traumatic.