When a pregnant woman decides to try for a vbac one decision she and her partner have to make is where to give birth?Is a home birth best for a vaginal birth after a Cesarean delivery?
Listen to the audio and learn why 'where' you have your vbac is not as important as 'how' you and your partner work with your baby's efforts to come down, through and out of your birthing body.
From Birthing Better with The Pink Kit Method® ... a skills based approach to pregnancy and childbirth ... you'll learn that having skills is the MOST essential set of tools you'll need to:
- Achieve a successful VBAC ... at home.
- Achieve a successful VBAC if you transfer to hospital.
- Achieve a wonderful birth if you end up with another Cesarean section.
Yes, you must think about number 3 as well. Why should you disengage from using skills to help your baby be born no matter how this happens?
In other words, Birthing Better is all about changing the birth paradigm. Instead of setting up a belief that only some births are good, real and valuable, we now have a set of universal pregnancy and birth skills that you can use to work with your baby's efforts to be born.
We must reclaim childbirth and have a strong societal expectation that all pregnant families become skilled birthing parents then using those skills in whatever birth happens. True empowerment comes from what you 'do' not always from the perceived 'outcome'.
Take seriously the work necessary to achieve a successful VBAC homebirth.