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Not all C-Sections are traumatic and not all VBAC’s are perfect. Join Haley from @motherlovinyogi on her journey through her VBAC. She shares of her confidence going into her birth and how that quickly shifted when her provider went back on her words and became unsupportive. She suffered greatly and had some complications immediately following the birth that left her feeling incredibly defeated. You do NOT want to miss this episode as we discuss how selecting a VBAC supportive provider greatly impacts your birth experience. We also share tips on how to choose a provider that fits inline with your birth choices. You can find the referenced information on our VBAC Blog at www.utahvbaclink.com/blog

Please note, in order to get stories from all over the country, and even other countries, we record using phone lines. For this reason, audio quality may vary between episodes and speakers.

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Kassandra shares her journey through an unplanned cesarean, moving two weeks postpartum, and then having to start over finding a new birth team to support her through TOLAC. She shares her fears, and her triumphs and how she worked to find the best provider to support her birth. She talks about how helpful her local ICAN chapter was and we talk about ways to get your big babies out (and her babies were BIG!!!) You can find the referenced information on our VBAC Blog at www.utahvbaclink.com/blog

Please note, in order to get stories from all over the country, and even other countries, we record using phone lines. For this reason, audio quality may vary between episodes and speakers.

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Ashley's VBAC story is full of suspense as she navigates through trying to keep baby in during hurricane IRMA and a county wide evacuation effort. Your heart will ache with her as she describes her difficulties with watching the clock tick down to her scheduled cesarean date as her hospital will not allow VBAC inductions! You will NEVER guess how close she got to a repeat cesarean before her body kicks in to full blow labor! This journey is full of twists and turns with the happiest ending! Then, Meagan discusses safety for induction of VBAC. You can find the referenced information on our VBAC Blog at www.utahvbaclink.com/blog

Please note, in order to get stories from all over the country, and even other countries, we record using phone lines. For this reason, audio quality may vary between episodes and speakers.

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Kristen shares the story of her HBAC turned hospital birth with vacuum assistance. The support, love, and care she describes through her VBAC story is incredible. Despite her home birth transfer she describes her birth as “perfect in every way”. Listen to how her doula supported her decision, how her midwife friend was able to deliver her baby, and how she got everything she wanted postpartum. This story is full of twists and turns and is sure to have you sobbing along the whole way through! After that, Julie shares information on when assisted delivery may be necessary and her own journey through postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety. You can find the pubmed article referenced on our VBAC blog, www.utahvbaclink.com/blog

Please note, in order to get stories from all over the country, and even other countries, we record using phone lines. For this reason, audio quality may vary between episodes and speakers.