Do You Want to Figure Out if VBAC
is Right for You?
We Can Help.
Welcome to The VBAC Link. As VBAC moms and doulas, we know what it’s like to be in your shoes and are here to help you navigate your journey.
You may have been told:
- Once a Cesarean, always a Cesarean
- Your baby is too big
- Your pelvis is too small
- VBAC is unsafe or unachievable for you
We want you to know, all of these statements are false. VBAC IS possible; in fact, people do it all the time.
We have created our content to leave you feeling more empowered, more educated, and confident in your birth after Cesarean journey.
You are in the right place.
Here are some of our most popular resources to get you started.
The Best Articles We’ve Written for Parents
VBAC vs. Repeat C-Section: Which is Right for You?
Whether to have a VBAC vs. repeat c-section can be a complicated decision; it can be hard to know what to do and which option is best for you. In this blog, we compare the risks and benefits of each so you can clearly understand each option.
How to REALLY Understand the Risk for Uterine Rupture
Up to 80% of women who attempt a VBAC will be successful, and VBAC is generally associated with fewer complications than a repeat Cesarean. However, uterine rupture does happen, and here, we discuss the REAL risks so YOU can make the best decisions for your birth.
The Best VBAC Induction Methods (and Is It Safe to Induce for VBAC?)
When it comes to VBAC induction, you may get many opinions on whether or not it is safe. Although it’s ideal for labor to start on its own, VBAC moms can safely be induced and still have a VBAC. Find all the details in this informative article.
Are You Ready to Take Control of Your Birth?
This is not a typical childbirth class. We focus exclusively on the extra information you need to prepare yourself for the best chance of a successful VBAC.
For the Podcast Listeners, We’ve Got Some Hand-Picked Episodes Just For You
Brittany’s VBAC + Big Babies and Small Pelvises
Most Cesarean births are due to having a suspected big baby or a pelvis that parents are told is too small to deliver vaginally. Listen to this story where Brittany shares her VBAC story with a large baby, then listen to learn the facts about big babies and small pelvises.
Aubria’s HBAC + Expert Providers
“If there is one thing you can do right now to ensure your best birth experience, it’s this: Choose a care provider who is an expert in the type of birth you are planning.
When you find the right care provider, they will understand your birth plan before you even show it to them because it’s what they already do every day.”
This story will help you understand why choosing the right provider for your VBAC makes the most significant impact on your chance of vaginal delivery.
VBAC Doulas Tell All
This episode is a must-listen! Ten of our VBAC doulas give their best tips and tricks for an empowered pregnancy and birth. There are so many sweet nuggets of information provided by these wonderful people that you will be sure to re-listen again and again to soak it all in.
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