Have you ever heard “Once a c-section, always a c-section?” More and more women are learning that this is no longer true. Vaginal Birth After Cesarean is usually much safer and reasonable option versus a scheduled repeat cesarean. Our goal is to educate more women about this option and provide them with research and statistics so that they can make a truly informed decision.
VBAC Education is designed to prepare you with statistics, research, medical terminology and general knowledge about VBAC/CBAC/RCS so that you can be fully prepared for your upcoming birth. Struggling with deciding between VBAC and RCS? This is the perfect starting point.
VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean)
– Risks and Benefits
-Am I A Good Candidate?
-Scare Tactics vs. Informed Consent
-VBAC Tolerant vs VBAC Supportive
-The Safety Cycle vs. The Fear Cycle
RCS (Repeat Cesarean Section)
-Risks and Benefits
-Family Centered Cesarean
CBAC (Cesarean Birth After Cesarean)
-The Important Difference Between CBAC and RCS
-When VBAC Doesn’t Happen
-Support After CBAC
Saturday, Feb 3 and March 31 from 10am-2pm
Partners/Spouses are encouraged to attend. $40/person or $75/couple. Cost includes detailed class booklet and a snack.
To register, contact Chelsea Tate of LaBella Birth and Baby @ 336.701.6178
Nicole is an outstanding midwife. She is knowledgeable, kind-hearted, understanding and easy to talk to. With her help and encouragement I was able to give birth naturally. My "birth" day was better than I imagined and I am grateful for such an awesome midwife. I will come back to Nicole EVERY time!
- Bobbie Garland, RN