Your personal circumstances should determine whether you try for a vbac.
Always keep in mind that you got pregnant to have a baby not a vaginal birth or a surgical one.
The reasons for having a Cesarean in the first place are as varied as the reasons why you would want to try to have a vaginal birth after one.
- Make a list, check it twice.
- Talk to your birth provider and family members.
- Imagine how you will feel in the future about the birth you HAVE not the one you necessarily CHOOSE.
Birthing Better with The Pink Kit Method® has a bias. The resource is the physical manifestation of a concept. The concept is clearly stated. You are pregnant and will give birth. Giving birth is an activity and The Pink Kit gives you and your partner the skills to do this activity.
The good news is simple:
- If you decide to try for a vbac then you can prepare your pregnant body to become a birthing body, learn, practice and use the skills during the labor and vaginal birth.
- If you decide to have a non-laboring Cesarean you'll still have enjoyed preparing for your baby's birth, learned, practiced and can use the skills on the way to hospital, while being prepped and in surgery.
- If you decide to try for a VBAC and end with a surgical birth you'll have the skills to continue to work with your baby's efforts to be born.