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Jen Kamel of VBAC Facts will be presenting her all new one-hour class “The 10 Things You Need to Know About VBAC” at the DONA International Virtual Conference to be held on August 7 – 8,[...]
Posterior VBAC? "I'm trying for a vbac and we still have plenty of time (I'm 32+5) so I'm not going to stress about it bit at my last visit my midwife mentioned he was sunny side up. Talk to me about this and what it means if he doesn't turn. I'm already having to fight like hell for my vbac and I know they are going to try whatever it takes to give me another c section so I'm arming myself with facts and research, a strong birth advocate, and I'm determined not to sign the consent form for a c section unless it's an absolute medical emergency. I am just uneducated about this aspect and would love some further education on having a breech baby vbac and if it's possible. My last c section was January 2013 it was an emergency and my daughter was breech." #vbacquestions #vbacfacts ... See MoreSee Less
VBA3C? "I am currently pregnant with my 5th child. I have had x3 c.sections, and am considering a VBAC. (My first baby was transverse, then I had twins (breech etc), then the 3rd c.section was done "just because" it was advisable. I have never been in labour before, so attempting labour is new territory for me! My midwife is happy for me to attempt labour, but I have yet to talk to the obstetrician about if I am "allowed" to trial this labour/ with close monitoring. It's a straightforward pregnancy. I have never heard of anyone else in my situation! I'm unsure whether to attempt it or just accept another scheduled c.section, which I am fine about to :0) thanks in advance!" #vbacquestions #vbacfacts ... See MoreSee Less
The risk of placenta previa increases with each cesarean surgery. And if a woman has previa, the likelihood that she will develop accreta increases with each prior cesarean. But what is previa and why is it a big deal? This video gives a great explanation! #vbacfacts ... See MoreSee Less