C-sections, as is commonly believed, is not necessarily an easy way out. C-sections are done when the natural process of delivering doesn’t work out most of the time. Women who’ve gone through C-sections have gone through surgery, which is not minor surgery. And, post-cesarean they have a very demanding role to fulfill of breastfeeding the baby, holding the baby.
So, they should be treated with care. They should be given the necessary privacy, the necessary support so that they are able to transition into becoming mothers and looking after their baby and breastfeeding.