Most moms-to-be don't plan to have a c-section, but nearly a third of all babies born in the U.S. are delivered this way, according to the National Center for Health Statistics . "The odds of having a c-section are pretty high, but most women still don’t think it will happen to them," says Tara Poulin, founder of the childbirth education organization Birthing Gently and a doula who works only with women who have scheduled c-sections. Whether you know you'll be delivering by c-section or you want to be prepared just in case, here's what you can do ahead of time.
How to Prepare for a C-Section: 17 Things Every Pregnant Woman Needs to Know- http://www.ivillage.com/how-prepare-c-section-during-pregnancy/6-b-426617 
BTDT mamas, what do you guys think of this list? Anything you'd add?