All you need to know about VBAC in one place
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Mindset matters. This couldn’t be more true than after C-Section(s). Maintain positive thoughts by listening to these 5 affirmation videos throughout your pregnancy.
After I had a repeat C-Section, I wanted to get my hands on every book dedicated to vaginal delivery. Here are the 3 best ones you to help you with your journey! (And 3 bonus ones, in case you have the time)
Every woman should visualize an unmedicated plan, a medicated delivery, and a C-Section. This helps you keep in mind what to discuss with your providers, and what your choices are during any situation. My first C-Section I was completely blind-sided. And you were probably a fish out of water, too. So here are 2 pages with a comprehensive list of what you can request from your doctors and midwives.
How to Increase Chances of VBAC- There is much you can do to increase your chances of having a successful vaginal delivery after a C-Section.
Maternity Cookbooks for Prenatal Cooking- As much as we like to avoid it, healthy eating is a vital part of any pregnancy. It’s even more important for C-Section Moms. Not only do you have to fight an uphill battle to find someone to care for you properly, there are reasons that contributed to having your first C-Section. Reduce the chances of another one by optimizing your health.
What is a Rebozo?- Did you have a really long labor? Did your baby have a hard time engaging or descending? You need a rebozo! Here we talk about techniques to use to get that baby in the best position for birth.
How Accurate is Your Due Date?- Average pregnancies are between 38-42 weeks. So when your OB says you can have a VBAC if you go into labor by 39 or 40 weeks? They are setting you up for a C-Section.
How to Strengthen Uterus for VBAC- From exercises to supplements. Here we will break down tips for how to make sure that uterus is ready for the marathon of labor.
Coming even later soon:
How Accurate is the VBAC Calculator?
What are the Risks of VBAC?
What are the Risks of Repeat C-Sections?
VBAC Diet and Exercise
Successful VBAC Story
VBAC Induction Methods: What to Do and When
VBAC Criteria and What it Means for You
What is the VBAC Success Rate?
You Can Try Again. My Second VBAC Attempt.
VBAC or C-Section Quiz!
How to Have a Normal Delivery After a Traumatic C-Section
Successful VBAC Tips
Am I a Good Candidate for VBAC?
Can I Have a Trial of Labor After a C-Section?
Is it Safe to TOLAC?
Questions to Ask Your OB
Simple, Actionable Tips for Preparing for a VBAC
Most Common Fears C-Section Moms Have for Delivering Vaginally
Is it Safe to Delivery Vaginally After a C-Section?
Your Uterus Isn’t Broken Just Because You Had A C-Section (or Four)
Why I LOVED My VBA2C, even though it took 5 days and ended in a birthing center transfer to the hospital.
Is Home Birth Safe for VBAC moms?
Is Homebirth an Option for TOLAC?
Homebirth vs Hospital Birth after a C-Section
Preparation for Homebirth TOLAC
Homebirth After Cesarean
Cost of a Homebirth vs Hospital
Homebirth Midwife in Utah