After Cynthia Abell-Brown gave birth to her daughter via a traumatic C-section, for her second child, she was determined to give birth vaginally—also known as VBAC (vaginal birth after caesarian). With help from midwives at the University of North Carolina’s Women’s Hospital, Cynthia successfully gave birth to her son vaginally, saying that “It was the most magical yet healing moment I’ve experienced to date.” While there are certain risks associated with VBAC, including uterine rupture and perinatal death of the child, attempting VBAC should be discussed with your health care provider to determine whether a VBAC is right for you.
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