EDC VBAC Resources
Our trusted VBAC tools and resources for mommas who want a VBAC, as well as continuing education for our doulas.
After three c-sections, learning to leave her deep-rooted fears and her people-pleasing tendencies behind, Jaimie chose to trust her body and, ultimately, her God for a redeeming, healing, life-changing birth.
Do you have a deep desire to give vaginal birth after having had a c-section (VBAC)? If you know deep in your heart that our ancestors did quite well with natural birth and want to follow in their footsteps. . . . If you know this path is a sacred one and you want to make it happen, but you don’t know where to begin. . . . If you long for a vaginal birth. . . . It starts with this book!
About the podcast:
Here at The VBAC Link, our mission is to make birth after Cesarean better by providing education, support, and a community of like-minded people. Welcome to our circle, we are so glad you are here!
It's time to empower yourself and just say no to giving birth passively.
This is the book that has revolutionized childbirth, turning birthing mothers from subdued and passive "patients" to active and empowered owners of their childbirth experience.
This book is for any woman considering a vaginal birth after one or more previous cesareans. What are the risks? What are the advantages? What is the best choice in your particular case? The author, Hélène Vadeboncoeur, takes you through the research and also gives you a glimpse into other women's experiences through the use of first-hand accounts. It was, in fact, the author's experience of two very different births (one a cesarean, the next a VBAC) that inspired her to get a PhD.
PSI is not just for postpartum support. Find a provider that is trained in maternal mental health.
*You will have to search for a Christian and/or conservative provider, as many are very liberal*