Many pregnant women who have had a previous Cesarean delivery want a vaginal birth after a Cesarean birth. Why is that and what do they really want?
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What does a vbac really mean?
We've got a problem with our terminology and that problem has a huge impact on how pregnant women and supporting fathers-to-be/other. In fact the term VBAC has many problems:
- Is the goal just having a vaginal birth or getting through labor?
- Why should the birth of your baby not be considered a good birth because he/she is born by Cesarean?
- Do you fail if you labor successfully yet need an emergency Cesarean?
- Why don't we have a term that focuses expectant parents on how to get through labor since most Cesareans happen during this phase rather than the vaginal birth part?
This is what you need to know about Birthing Better with The Pink Kit Method®. The birth and birth coaching skills come from families like yours. These families wanted to stay connected to their baby's birth no matter what. These Pink Kit families used their skills in whatever birth unfolded because they wanted to birth better even if they didn't have a better birth.
You have a choice ... one can lead to a life-time of disappointment ... the other leads to a lifetime of personal empowerment.
You can focus entirely on a goal ... having your baby come out your vagina. If that doesn't happen you might be plagued with shame, blame and guilt that deprives yourself and family of your joy.
You can focus entirely on the process ... how you do the activity of giving birth as you help your baby do the activity of being born ... and live with the empowerment based on the skills you and your partner used. This leaves you empowered, closer as a family, connected to your baby and finally full of understanding ... we need another term instead of VBAC.