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Vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) has some risks but might be safer than multiple C-sections.

Risks Of Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC): 6 Factors To Consider

If you’re due to deliver soon and have had a C-section before, some comforting statistics should make you feel better about a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC). While risks of uterine rupture exist, the odds aren’t worse than when having multiple C-sections. What’s best depends on your health, age, and pregnancy complications if any.

All You Need To Know About The Breech Position

With your little one’s head moving closer to the birth canal, your baby takes the delivery position few weeks prior to birth. When your...

Can You Have A Vaginal Birth After You’ve Had A C-Section?

If you meet the guidelines issued by the ACOG, you are an appropriate candidate for vaginal birth after a C-section. However, the risks of opting for a vaginal birth after a C-section include the rupture of the uterine scar or the uterine itself. The benefits include a shorter recovery period, fewer infections, less blood loss, and less neonatal breathing issues. Weigh the pros and cons and make your decision only after consulting with your gynecologist.

Does Vaginal Birth Damage The Pelvic Floor?

There is no end to the debate on postpartum pelvic floor changes. A vaginal birth and the development of subsequent pelvic floor dysfunction is...

All You Need To Know About Vaginal Birth Recovery

Vaginal birth recovery needs a lot of care and attention. The saving grace is that you will have your baby to cheer you up...

Delivering At The Hospital: What To Expect

Moms who are mentally prepared for their babies to arrive may still have a lesser clue how things are going to work at the...

12 Things Nobody Tells About Vaginal Birth

Each labor is as unique as the baby delivered. You would be well prepared for all the pain that you need to go through...

10 Tips For Vaginal Birth Recovery

After 9 months of pregnancy during which you experienced a lot of physical and emotional changes, you are finally blessed with a baby. After...

9 Lesser Known Things About Recovering From C-Section

Like any major surgery, C-section takes a toll on your body. While you may be busy attending to your new bundle of joy, you...

Deciding Between Vaginal Birth And C-Section

Selecting the mode of childbirth is an important decision greatly affecting both the mother and the baby. Both methods have their pros and cons. Either method can be suitable depending on your personal health factors as well. So know your facts before taking this big decision.

Vaginal Birth Recovery: Top 10 Answers That You Need

1. How long will I bleed? Blood flow can last for up to 6 weeks after the baby’s birth. But for most women, it will...