Making birth after Cesarean better
My first birth was a c-section and I knew if I wanted a VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean) I would need as much support as possible. I am so glad I was encouraged to reach out to Nicole. I really do not believe I would have had a successful VBAC without her support, encouragement, knowledge, and sweet sweet spirit leading me through this challenging and beautiful time.
Throughout pregnancy she helped provide research and was an incredible source of knowledge as I worked through the different challenges COVID and life presented. She was the perfect amount of personable and professional – never giving her personal opinion but always providing resources for me to review and make an educated and empowering decision. She was always available and as I got closer to my estimated due date she was always quick to respond and provided a lot of support during my long days of prodromal labor.
During labor she didn’t leave my side – and it was about 18 hours! She knew what exercises to do when labor was slow and contractions weren’t consistent. She knew what to say when I wanted to give up and would remind me of my goals. She 100% believed in me and my body and even when my birth did not go as planned, she believed I was making the perfect decisions for my body. I didn’t realize how much I needed support before and after labor and birth to process and walk through decisions and emotions. She was there for me and my husband through it all and I cannot recommend her enough.
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