I don't mean to sound like the medical dork here, but I keep seeing Jill's C-sections referred to as "emergency", which the first one was not, and in all likelihood the second one wasn't either. Her section with Iz-ruul was "unplanned", but by no means was it considered "emergency". A true "emergency C-section" involves medical staff hauling ass down the hall with the mother on the bed to get to the OR, and general anesthesia. It's literally a life or death situation; every second truly counts.
An unplanned C-section is what happens when mom has been in labor and things aren't progressing as they should or mom is exhausted or whatever. Yes, it is a priority to get the baby delivered as soon as possible, but they usually don't use general anesthesia and it's far less frantic and chaotic.
And count me among the folks who wouldn't wish a hysterectomy on any woman, regardless of her personal views or baby-making expectations. Rather I would pray that God would impart wisdom on the woman (and her partner and support system) that pregnancy and childbirth can be fatal, women have sadly been dying since the beginning of time attempting to bear children, and that God DOES give us medical professionals to help us, not hurt us. We should listen to the wisdom He has given them.