Vaginal delivery after cesarean section (VBAC)

It is possible to have a normal delivery after a cesarean section: my experience

One of the most frequent fears when you have a cesarean section and plan to have another baby is the type of delivery you will have. Until relatively recently in these cases, they were referred again to caesarean section due to the risk of uterine rupture, but studies that have been carried out have shown that the chances of having a successful vaginal delivery are around 75%. Today I want to tell you about my experience, since, although each case is different, I think it is beneficial to talk about the possibilities we have after giving birth by cesarean section.

I have had a cesarean delivery: if I get pregnant again, will it be a cesarean again?

There is still a widespread belief that a woman who has a cesarean delivery is conditioned that future deliveries are also like this, despite the fact that numerous studies carried out over the last few years have proven that having a vaginal delivery after a cesarean section (PVDC) is possible and safe.

Possible to have a vaginal delivery after cesarean section (VBAC) with minimal risk

Previously, it was believed that if a woman had a cesarean, her subsequent deliveries would have to be the same way. But thanks to research and studies done in recent years, it has been found that it is possible to have a vaginal birth after cesarean section (VBAC) safely.


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