I thought out of interest and education it might be nice to have a list like this, and perhaps another one explaining scenarios where a CS can be avoided.
So these are what I have so far:
Full placenta praevia (sorry about the spelling) where the cervix is fully covered.
Cases where the mother has had rickets or severe breaks to the pubic bones resulting in SPD.
Multiples of 3 or higher (can anyone confirm for triplets?).
HELLP or PE when liver or kidneys or BP are critical.
When the baby has been diagnosed with spina bifida and a CS is neccessary to protect the spinal cord.
TTTS (I beleive this need CS to protect the weaker twin?).
True foetal distress or true cord compression.
Anyone got anymore?
When the mother is in remission from a brain tumor and stroke and the stress of labour could cause more neurological damage.