At least, that is the desired outcome of a policy established by the UK's NHS.
Family doctors are being told to try to talk women out of having Caesareans and very strong painkillers during birth to save the NHS money.
Caesareans cost the NHS around £1,200 a time while epidurals - anaesthetic injections into the spine - are around £200.
The Blogfather had the best retort:
I don’t remember this from the dancing NHS tribute at the Olympics.