CAPS for VBACS

In 2014, I was led down a path that I later learned often resulted in a C-Section.  I knew I wanted to have a vaginal birth after a cesarean before I even knew what a VBAC was.  Not even a couple months postpartum, I searched to learn what my options... Continue reading →

Why is our VBAC Rate So Dismal?

Improving VBAC Success Through the VBAC Evaluation Katie Gaither had her first cesarean in 2004 for breech presentation. She got pregnant again shortly after that birth. She was told she had a high chance of uterine rupture and that she wouldn’t find a provider who would agree to a trial... Continue reading →