Normal Delivery is still considered to be the best for the baby and the mother. However, the cesarean section provides a safe alternative for mothers who are unable to deliver through the vagina. Apart from rare instances, complications from a cesarean section are rare. The procedure takes under an hour and the mother can return home after 48 to 75 hours. The gynecologist suggests a cesarean section only after a careful examination of the mother and the fetus. It is considered if the chances of a normal delivery are slim or a normal section may prove dangerous to the health of mother and child. Fetal position can be a leading cause of c- section, if the baby appears feet first or is in breach position, it is generally, safer to deliver by surgery. A previous cesarean delivery increases the chances of a subsequent c- section, this is mainly because the pressure on the wall of the uterus can rupture the previous incision. Sometimes, it is observed that a woman enters into labour normally, but, the cervix does not dilate to the full width required for a normal delivery. In these cases, an emergency cesarean has to be performed. Generally, a cesarean section treatment can cost from 45k to 75k. Post-operative care has to be provided to the patient for stitches to heal properly. Cesarean section treatments are a boon for all patients encountering problems in normal labour.