I have had 2 C-Sections and a VBA2C! It took a lot of hard work (5-days of labor work!), but with a lot of help, we made it happen. Get the full scoop on how I did it with this incredible interview from The VBAC Link! If you are looking to VBAC, make sure to visit their blog, take their courses, and join their Facebook page! It is always a pleasure to talk with them. We had so much fun!
Are you planning a VBA2C? If you are, make sure to check out this blog post and download these free VBAC & C-Section birth plans. Even if it ends in another C-Sections, it’s good to know your options.
Get out there and crush your goals!
*Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional, so please consult your physician before attempting any of these suggestions. Use your best judgment. What worked for me may not work for you. Each body is different and unique. Do what you feel is best at your own risk. I am not liable for any consequences. I am a blogger providing opinions, suggestions, experiences, and information. Not medical advice. I am human and make mistakes, so information may not be 100% complete or accurate. Thank you, and enjoy!*