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Providing relevant information to pregnant women about induction of labor at term is essential. A Reply

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  1. Induction of labor with high- or low-dosage oral misoprostol - a Danish descriptive retrospective cohort study 2015-16

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  2. Maternal age and risk of cesarean section in women with induced labor at term - a Nordic register-based study

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We are grateful for the opportunity to reply to the comments to our paper on maternal age and risk on cesarean section (CS) in induced labor at term in the Nordic countries (1) by Ole Bredahl Rasmussen (2). Rasmussen states that we conclude that women should be informed about a higher risk of CS if they have their labor induced compared with spontaneous labor. He underlines why a direct comparison of risk of CS risk in women in spontaneous labor with women having labor induced at any given gestational age around term, is irrelevant in a clinical setting for the patient (3). We completely agree with this reasoning. Our paper is focusing on the increasing risk of CS with increasing age among women having labor induced.

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JournalActa Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica
ISSN0001-6349
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 14 Jan 2020

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