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all-day Lancaster County, PA “Truth Abou... @ Bird-in-Hand Village Inn & Suites
Lancaster County, PA “Truth Abou... @ Bird-in-Hand Village Inn & Suites
May 2 all-day
Registration for this workshop will open on Wednesday, April 1st. Register here. Can’t attend in Pennsylvania? Catch VBAC Facts in another city or subscribe to the VBAC Facts Newsletter to be notified of upcoming online classes. Those[...]
all-day Oklahoma City, OK “Truth About V... @ TBD
Oklahoma City, OK “Truth About V... @ TBD
Jul 25 all-day
Leave a comment below to be notified when registration opens. We need 30 people to make this workshop happen, so help us spread the word among medical providers, birth professionals, and highly motivated parents! Can’t[...]
"Do the risks associated with a VBAC increase past 40 weeks? My midwife would like me to schedule a c-section for 41 weeks but I don't want to. I know the baby will be bigger but is there anything else that should influence my decision? I had my first c-section due to failure to progress after 20 hours of strong labor. Baby and I were healthy the whole time." #vbacquestions #vbacfacts ... See MoreSee Less
I am continually surprised how many people take the findings of medical research as a personal affront to their choices. The conclusions of medical research have nothing to do with you personally. This happens so often, that I think I will just include the Kellymom quote below on every single post discussing medical research.