Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Section

Am I Eligible for Vaginal Birth if I Had a C-Section for My Last Pregnancy?

A cesarean birth, also known as a C-section, is an alternative to a vaginal birth in which a baby is delivered through surgical incisions in the abdomen and uterus. Women may have a C-section for several different reasons, such as if the baby’s heart rate is abnormal, it is in an abnormal position, or there …

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Read this if you are considering VBAC for delivering your next child

If you are considering vaginal birth after a cesarean (VBAC), you’re not alone. Each year, more and more women are choosing to attempt a VBAC. And why wouldn’t they? A vaginal birth is generally shorter, involves less pain medication, has a quicker recovery time, and comes with a lesser risk of complications than a repeat …

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What Is VBAC? Why Would I Consider VBAC?

Women who have experienced a Cesarean section, or “C-section,” during their first childbirth are often discouraged at their inability to have a natural birthing session. They may also remember the pain and discomfort they experienced as they healed from this procedure. In many instances, women who go on to become pregnant again may consider their …

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