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Once a cesarean, always a cesarean? Not quite!
Have you had a cesarean section (c-section) and are you pregnant again? Is your doctor or hospital trying to force you to undergo another c-section, just because you've had one previously? Are they spewing statistics about the potential consequences of Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC), but not telling you how dangerous another c-section can be?
Across the country and the world, women are being forced to undergo major abdominal surgery against their wishes, often for the convenience and profits of the doctors and hospitals. Yes, a c-section is often billed at much higher rates than a vaginal delivery!
Would it surprise you to know that many doctors do, in fact, support VBACs in healthy women, but are instead allowing the hospital and their own insurance company to dictate the medical care you're about to receive? That's right! Your doctor's liability insurance company, not your physician, may be directing your care right now!
In these pages, you'll read true stories from women who refused to submit to the medical community's threats and fear-tactics. These courageous moms instinctively knew what was best for their babies and themselves and, after having a prior c-section, successfully birthed their babies
The practice of forcing a c-section on a woman and her baby violates a woman's basic rights and can very well result in harm to the baby and/or mother.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction by Angela Hoy
Don’t Cut Me Again! by Angela Hoy
A Heart Defect…or a Water Birth Complication? by Angela Hoy
We Are Fully and Most Awesomely Female by Chaleen Duggan
Birth and Re-birth by Brigid Cumming
A Tale of Two Sons by Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur
Three Births, Two VBACs by Lea Date
Three VBACs! by Carrie Steinweg
A Belly Dancer’s VBAC by Heidi Wessman Kneale
Trading Fear for Love by Julia Duncan
A Natural Delivery is Best for Baby by Diane Craver
Delivery by Pony Express by Jodi W.
Two Successful VBACs by Brenda Ruggiero
Induced At Home— A Midwife Uses Cytotec by Karen Putz
VBA2C: VBAC After Two Cesareans! by Deana Atherton
I Fired My OB at 35 Weeks by L.S.
A Birth I Can Dream About Now by Robyn Morton
Position and the Right Support Mean Everything by Wendy Bat-Sarah
I Will Definitely Do It Again! by Franny Meritt
Our Bodies Will Do Anything to Protect Our Babies by Lauren Cooper
Stuck at 4 cm… by Kathleen F.
Hoping for a Better VBAC Next Time… by Emilie
The Happiest Mom with a Sore Bottom in Town by J.P.
Don’t Fix What Ain’t Broken! by Lauren Cooper
I Didn’t Know I Had That Kind of Strength by Kathleen K.
To My Sweet Baby Logan Bob by Emilie Jarman