Vaginal Birth After Cesarean. Is it Right for You?
Long gone is the thought of once a cesarean always a cesarean. Women who have had a cesarean delivery in the past have the option of undergoing a trial of labor after cesarean (TOLAC) delivery or planned repeat cesarean delivery (PRCD) in their next pregnancy. Ideally, a planned TOLAC leads vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) but may end in an unplanned cesarean delivery.
How to decide if you are a good candidate for a TOLAC, VBAC or PRCD can be a hard choice for women to make. In this episode, we aim to give women some confidence in their choice regarding how they give birth after a cesarean. It is important to take into account personal preferences, as well as medical and pregnancy history
Other factors that influence a women's decision include the chance that a woman will end up with a VBAC based on various factors as well as a woman's chance of uterine rupture.
If you have any comments or questions about VBAC please connect with us!
We would love to hear from you about your birth experiences or anything you would like us to address about labor, birth pregnancy or postpartum on this podcast. Reach out to us at www.truebirthpodcast.com
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