I was recently interview by Roanna Rosewood of Birth Plan Radio. You can listen to the show here. Below you will find links where you can read more about the various topics discussed.
The history of VBAC bans
Jen’s unique form of advocacy.
ACOG’s 2010 VBAC recommendations
The various documents related to the 2010 National Institutes of Health VBAC Conference
Birth myths, specifically on inducing VBACs, how the risk of uterine rupture differs between women who have had a cesarean and those who haven’t, and how the risk of rupture compares between induced, unscarred moms and scarred moms.
When considering your post-cesarean birth options, it’s good to know what type of uterine incision you have. The only way to verify this is by getting a copy of your operative report from the hospital where you had your cesarean. I recommend bringing copies of your operative report when interviewing care providers as most will want to confirm your uterine incision type.
Sometimes women have a different incision on their skin than their uterus, so just because you have a low transverse (“bikini cut”) incision on your skin, doesn’t necessarily mean you have the same incision […]
Want to know if your doctor has been subject to a board hearing or disciplinary note?
Here is a link to the State Board sites for all 50 states.