VBAC Practitioner Training
Having a Vaginal Birth After a C-section can be a stressful time, but it doesn't have to be. I've had a VBA2C three times and I've even had a Homebirth after my 2 caesareans so I know how you may be feeling and what you desperately want to know.
The guidelines say VBAC birth is safe for the majority of women and I want you to take that information in.. I've supported over 1487 VBAC mothers and none of them has had a uterine rupture and 3 of those women ended up with a repeat caesarean.
It's time to believe in yourself and your bodies ability to give birth vaginally. It's also time to learn what you need to do to have a successful VBAC, but rest assured you're in the right place. A place built by VBAC Consultant Specialists and successful VBA2C mums who want to empower, educate and support you.
We are waiting to hear from you, get in touch to speak with one of our Ambassadors located globally or checkout our VBAC practitioner Directory
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Having a VBAC should not be a stressful time. It should be a time of happiness and empowerment. Many women have an 80-90% chance of a successful VBAC A very small percentage don't.
Uterine rupture is a small possibility but very unlikely to occur.
Don't stay misinformed know your rights and the facts.