Achieve a successful vbac or vaginal birth after a Cesarean
Don't risk having a non-essential cesarean delivery.
Learn more about : Birthing Better with The Pink Kit childbirth skills
There are so many questions mothers-to-be ask about VBACs. Here are some FAQs that we hope will help you decide to become a skilled birthing woman.
Can a VBAC harm me or my baby?
Can I have a VBAC if I'm pregnant with twins or triplets?
Can I have a VBAC after multiple Cesareans?
Who is a good candidate for a VBAC?
I desperately want a VBAC
Is a home birth best for a VBAC?
Should I have my VBAC in hospital?
I'll be SO disappointed if I have another Cesarean
Medical issues require a non-laboring Cesarean
I'll never get over a failed VBAC
How can my partner best support my VBAC
What is a trial of labor for a VBAC?
Obstetricians want you to have a VBAC
Why women want a VBAC
My partner is terrified I want a VBAC
Check out our PK success stories :
'My wife struggled with labor pain in the birth of our first child. The midwife suggested she have an epidural so she could rest. Then our baby's heart beat showed distressed and we had a cesarean. I don't know whether the epidural caused a problem or not but what was done was done. We used The Pink Kit Package in our next birth so my wife could cope better with the pain'. The difference in this birth is that I could actually help her which I didn't know how to last time.''
Jerome M ...
'In the very first section of the very first resource in The Pink Kit Package, I realized how much I had hindered the birth process. I HAD to learn how to let go of my inner tension, work with my baby's efforts rather than fight the pain and be willing to get on with labor no matter how much I hated it.'
Hamish, Carla, Hamish jr. and Carly ...
Check out the Just For Series audio CD for mothers-to-be who want a vaginal birth after a previous Cesarean.
The Pink Kit Package childbirth resource that contains ALL the birth and birthing coaching skills that thousands of other expectant mothers-to-be who desperately want to have a successful vaginal birth after a cesarean.
- Too many Cesareans are caused by YOU not being able to cope with the natural occurring intense pain of childbirth contractions.
- No one wants to see a woman suffer from childbirth pain so pain relief is used, more interventions occur and everyone wants 'birth' to be over.
- Achieving a successful vbac or vaginal birth after a c/s is all about what you 'do' not what 'happens' to you.
Did you have an essential Cesarean?
Often months pass before a woman determines whether she believes she had an unnecessary cesarean delivery. Whatever you feel or believe, YOU are right. Now work toward a successful VBAC or vaginal birth after cesarean delivery because as a mother-to-be and father-to-be you can do this together.
Don't fear childbirth pain.
Don't fear what happens to you.
'I absolutely know the cesarean I had with my first baby was unnecessary. I gave up and gave in. I used The Pink Kit Package to prepare for a VBAC. In an ultrasound the doctor discovered our son had a major heart problem so we elected to have an cesarean but this time I used my skills and actually felt I had a more natural birth than with my daughter. That's weird isn't it?
‘My wife and I felt bullied by our doctor and the birth ended up with a cesarean. The Pink Kit resources gave us the skills to take more control over our birth.'
Warren A ...
In no other childbirth preparation resource or childbirth class will you find these remarkable and practice skills.
Get immediate help during your vbac:
- Your birth coach must be ABLE TO READ your body language and help you reduce any internal tension ... immediately.
- Your birth coach must be ABLE TO HEAR accurately whether you are using relaxed breathing patterns ... and help instantaneously.
- If YOU want a VBAC you must constantly relaxing any internal tension that comes from reacting to pain.
You will NEVER regret the decision to become a skilled pregnant woman who knows how to cope with the pain of childbirth contractions. Be absolutely certain your birth coach (husband, friend, relative or partner) CAN and WILL help you achieve your VBAC.